Dating kept woman
For some reason earlier this year, my husband Mr V and I decided we wanted to practice a martial art. It's a form of Tai Chi and rather handily for us, is just down the road from where we live in the Church hall. We were mid-conversation with another guy when we were introduced to a new man in the group.
More likely, we got caught up in that usual January-need-to-do-something-with-my-life guilt trip and signed up to a beginner's course of Qigong (pronounced Chee-gung). Yes it really is like that: 15 adults standing around pretending, oops, I mean, being, all Zen-like and pure.
As invited, Mr V explained his job and where he works.
There then followed a back-and-forth exchange about his job.
I get contacted by a fair number of guys in their 20’s and most I don’t respond to because I just feel it won’t go anywhere. But I still feel that maybe it’s a mistake…what do I really have in common with this guy? However, if you’re looking for good, clean (and not-so-clean) fun with a young stallion, you can have an amazing time. However, if you’re looking for good, clean (and not-so-clean) fun with a young stallion, you can have an amazing time. I’m here to observe society and report back to you how things USUALLY work out. And when all my friends would make fun of me and say, “Why would you date an older woman when you could date a younger woman? As far as I’m concerned, every woman is better at 28 than at 23, better at 33 than at 28, and so on. You’re at the home buying, 401K saving, family planning phase of life — for MOST 46-year-olds.
Recently, however, I was contacted by a guy in his mid-twenties and I was impressed by his profile…he’s mature, intelligent, articulate and attractive. And for every Demi and Ashton (Celebrities, They’re Just Like Us! ”, I’d say, “Why would you date a younger woman when you can date an older woman? Now, there is a flaw in this system – the biological clock — which is much worse at 38 than at 23. Hey, if you still have the juice to hang with kids, go crazy. Put another way, there’s a very good reason that you don’t see many 25 year old men with 45 year old women.
If you’re late for a date and keep your partner waiting, there should be an apology as well as an explanation.
You should treat people the way you want to be treated. Alaska recalls being kept waiting for an hour by a rude inconsiderate date.I was very aware that he was unintentionally being left out of the conversation and made huge efforts to include him.There was something odd about being the centre of attention while my plus one – who happened to be a man – was left alone on the sidelines. It might be as simple as returning a call promptly. Holding a door open for someone is a simple act but shows consideration.If your meal arrives before your companion’s is served, waiting to dine with them is an example of good manners.