Since you are 18 years old, you are allowed to date a woman half your age plus seven." Son looked at him and said, "Alright, Dad.You're 50, so that means you can date a woman who is 32.We got along great and the age difference wasn't an issue for either of us. Thanks for the advice I feel ready for a lifelong, committed relationship. We are both quite spiritual in a very non religious way and work together in that way quite beautifully.I was several years older than 19, but, I don't regret or think I lost anything in the period of our time together. We don't look physically or energetically like there's an age gap. I don't want to be a casuality in his love life since he is so young It was the same for us at the time.She is pretty hot for her age and I've always had a major boner for hot older woman. She is pretty hot for her age and I've always had a major boner for hot older woman. I recently took her to Chipottle and got a few obvious wtf looks from some guys around my own age. Big mistake.) Hey everyone, I'm new here, but long time lurker. I recently took her to Chipottle and got a few obvious wtf looks from some guys around my own age. She'll be looked at as a cougar who is just going to eat you alive and move onto the next one if she's attractive, or as an old maid with some money if she's not attractive. But as much as I like her, I think the term "fling" is most appropriate.
Having her lose the relationship experiences that we all have as we grow older. Incidentally, our relationship didn't end because of the age difference.
Everyone thought we were the same age because she looked young.
If I were to date someone 19 now, I would have the same reservations as you.
It's because of this urban legend that has gone around forever.
Based upon this rule, the only time that a man can date a woman his own age is when he's 14 years old (because half of 14 is seven, and seven plus seven is 14).