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I met a girl tonight, got her phone number-- she's super smart, but only maybe 20-21 years old (college junior). (I might be getting a bit ahead of myself here when it comes to this girl, but I'm just curious what you guys think about the age thing.)I don't think it's particularly inappropriate, I just think you might find a hard time finding things in common, particularly if she's living on campus and all her mates are students. Personally, I find people that age (men and women) too annoying to take seriously, but horses for courses. This is not even including emotional age which is incredibly important in human relationships, but it seems that most people are totally unaware of it.I don't understand this line of thinking at all. Take 100 people of your own age, let's use 28 as the OP, with how many 28 years old, men or women, you have things in common? Let's imagine OP is a big fan of astronomy and hiking.This strict labeling of people due their ages is something I've really only witnessed in US-centric forums, which makes me wonder if there's a strong connection with the entire "dating young girls" thingy, how you can read that a 22 years old woman is "fresh out of her teens" and how a 24 years old dating a 18 years old is "borderline pedophilia".Just an observation, because since I'm an adult, the age of the other person when it comes to friendship, in example, has mattered very little. Mate, there are some things you only experience with age. Don't get me wrong, a 21 year old may have had one or two before, but dating someone in high school or shortly thereafter is completely different from living with someone and paying the bills together while working full time. The older you are, the less age means anything at all.
Anyway, hope it all works out with her, and all the best.Experience or common interests are binding points where people can make common cause, to say so, but there's a lot more that is happening.The point I brought up in my first post is that I see this a lot, human relationships being measured by the biological age and basically nothing else.Those guys I find inappropriate and predatory, and there's usually a very simple explanation for it - they are complete losers who can only get laid getting teenagers drunk, and no woman their own age would have them. So, again, I don't disagree with what you're saying, but the "nothing in common" I see so often here sounds ridiculous to me.I don't disagree with what you're saying, but my point is, human relationships depend on too many factors to be discriminating by biological age using the sentence "you'll have nothing to talk about", when that's just not accurate and I see it all the time around here. You can have something in common with people of any age.