What would you say...

black dog

Free America
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I can't say much, my roomie is 19 years younger than I, her dad is 3 years my senior.
Her dad and I worked together for awhile before we went out, so he knew me pretty well before I met his daughter..
Her mother was not that happy in the beginning, but she's moved past it.
We have lots in common to talk about.. :lmao:
 

vraiblonde

Board Mommy
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When my bio-dad was dating a woman only a couple years older than me (I was 20 at the time), he said, "Yeah, I met Rita's parents. I really like them. Her dad and I have a lot in common."

Me: "Well, yeah. You're the same age."
 

Bann

Doris Day meets Lady Gaga
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I think it's much different when the younger person is only 20 years old. If they're 40 or 50 and their partner is 20 years older - the difference doesn't seem so much more. Maybe. :lol:
 

black dog

Free America
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I think it's much different when the younger person is only 20 years old. If they're 40 or 50 and their partner is 20 years older - the difference doesn't seem so much more. Maybe. :lol:
I agree,,, it is fun when folks ask if she's my daughter, and the look I get when I respond with, she's not my daughter she's my Sugar Momma.... :yikes:
 

vraiblonde

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I think it's much different when the younger person is only 20 years old. If they're 40 or 50 and their partner is 20 years older - the difference doesn't seem so much more. Maybe. :lol:
Agree. Age starts to even out as people get older. But a 40 year old with 92 year old Dick Van Dyke is still icky.
 

vraiblonde

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My daughter is 32 and her boyfriend is 44 or 45. They get along well and seem to complement each other. I don't think of him really as my age, I think of him as my kids' age even though he's not. But I don't treat them like children either - they're adults with lives and children of their own.
 
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