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Can A Guy Date A Gal That Is Older Than He Is?

I was wondering if a gal can honestly date a guy that is like 2 to 10 yrs younger than herself. (pls gals be honest in your posts)

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2years _ okay

10 years_ crazy

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yeah! i mean why not.

if you both understand and respect each other, i dont see what's to stop you,

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Sure, my partner's younger than me. No big deal.

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unless na sugar mummy, the answer is mba a.k.a NO

you no get respect for yourself and for elders??

oneday the talk of who senior must come out, na that time shame go nearly kill you

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Some can, some can't. I honestly do not know if i could, i'll have to be in the situation to know (was almost there, it was a yr difference though, but it didnt happen) So can't say for sure.

Not my wish or ideal thing but . . love does make us do the unimagineable things, right??

But its a known fact that girls are more practically matured than guys atimes, so it all depends on level of maturity of both parties since to every stereptype, there's a level of exception!!

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Age is just a number,

I am 39 and my partner is 31,

No big deal!!

nosillA xx

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Well, I'm not a "gal" but I, too, will be honest in my post!

In all honesty, it depends on the age of the involved parties.  Certainly a lady of 19 will have little in common with (and likely little interest in) a boy of 9.  However, a woman of forty-seven and a man of thirty-seven will make a match that is more in keeping with societal acceptance.  Plus, they will have more in common in terms of shared experiences to reinforce their togetherness. 

Of course, these are somewhat extreme examples. Two years is hardly going to be of great consequence unless either (especially the younger) particularly immature.

Should the relationship be a sexual one, then of course, it's imperative that both parties be of legal age, if for no other reason of keeping on the proper side of the law.

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