if i marry man would have to be 10 15 years older maybe 20, rich enough not want my money, secure enough not want take my freedom, intelligent enough able to understand my conversation, wise enough know i am partner not possession and experience enough to satisfy me when i want him to.
hay i not mean marry now!!LOL i mean when i 20 25 years! so man 40 45 years and all those things i wrote'
You must think me mad or bad LOL!!!
ok thank you for interesting question cos is serious consideration for me. I dont think man interesting or experienced until in 40s - and many not even then!!
That choice never came up for me. My wife is only three years older.<br />
I have friends - a husband and wife, where she is a decade older than he. He is a very kind, tolerant, man, and they life in a happy marriage.
I wouldn't marry anyone now, I'm far too old for that. But when I was young it wouldn't have worried me. I was deeply in love with a woman 9 years my senior; she dismissed me as a silly boy.
Yes. Age shouldn't matter, it's how much two people care for each other.
I am learning the downside (no it is not always sx), they get to retire EARLIER, while you still have to get up go to work, come home cook dinner, do the shopping...it really is a bummer when they get to stay home.............
I don't believe in Marriage, but my oldest partner was 53, when I was 30.
Depends on the person. I've certainly dated that much older---and younger, too.
maybe when I was 21...
it is... tastes change...
Is she rich and pretty ?
I may be interested if I were single of course. But She would have to be very special.
Its a thought. I have one I have a big, fat crush on but he has too much going on in his life right now that the only thing we can be is just friends. -_-
He's interested, just...too busy.
I've thought about that question for a long time and yes, I would, I love older men.
Yes, since my teens I've thought about who I would marry. I used to be looking lol, but not anymore I have a bf that's only 4 years older than me.
If I really liked them, sure why not? <br />
I wouldn't take the idea lightly though.
No, I would feel uncomfortable with such an age gap.
Yeah I'd consider it.
I meant I would consider it if I was in that situation. A decade doesnt seem like much when you're after a lifetime of happniess.