I happen to agree with the message of the video. People who get hung up on slight differences in age are, quite frankly (imho) stupid. (Sorry, friend who won’t date someone even a few months younger.) But then again, is it different than getting hung up on hair color or something like that? Dunno.
Anyway, the fact that it needs saying is kind of embarassing.
Oh, and the rest of it. (Is it assur for Orthodox Jewish men to powder their noses for the camera?)
Back when I first started dating at age 20, the average age of the guys I was redt was around 27. (The range was an astounding 29 down to a low of 26.)
To my relief, the age dropped gradually, so at one point I was actually dating people approximately my age.
But the slope didn’t flatten out there. Now I’m consistently considering guys who are younger than me (3 suggestions in the past month).
Does anyone else see a pattern?
Add to this the fact that I’m also getting a lot of double-redts. Meaning, when people think of someone perfect for me and it turns out we’ve already dated (3 in the past two weeks).
Have I run through all possible guys already? The thought is terrifying. Then again, it could be liberating. Maybe it’s time to abandon New York and move to Ethiopia, or some place where there’s a population of men I haven’t yet dated.