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Go to first unread. Skip to :. Gemma Badges: Report Thread starter 7 years ago 1. No real reason for asking, just curious Edit: don't forget to say how old you are! Not what you're looking for? Report 7 years ago 2. To be honest I'm not interested in women under 24 now. There are always exceptions though. They're just too immature and they often in my experience are obsessed with 'the club' and going out. The people who say young women are more mature than young men are wrong. Women and men are just different.
I'm comfortable with dating a woman up to the age of I like more mature women. They know what they want, most of the time they aren't on the nightclub scene and they know how to hold an interesting convo. Posted from TSR Mobile. Report 7 years ago 3. Report 7 years ago 4. Report 7 years ago 5.
It totally depends how old you are, the older you are the bigger the acceptable gap. When you're a teenager the maximum is two or three but by the time you're older it goes up. I would say however old you are anything above fifteen is verging on weird, though of course it depends on the specific scenario. Report 7 years ago 6.
Personally I wouldnt go with more than five in either direction but of course I could make exceptions. Changing Skies Badges: Report 7 years ago 7. As an 18 year old girl, I'd really only be comfortable with someone just a couple of years older.
Ducklighter Badges: Report 7 years ago 8. Clip Badges: Report 7 years ago 9. Reeeeyah Badges: Report 7 years ago Personally I don't really like an age gap, 2 years at the most would be about as far as I'd go with an age gap. I do not have a problem with other people in relationships with older people, it's none of my business. MidnightDream Badges:Age gap dating forum
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