Mens age and dating
A 38 year-old man can have no qualms about starting a relationship with a 26 year-old woman and possibly having a baby in 4 years — when she’s ready.
A 38 year-old woman who wants to have kids doesn’t have that same luxury of time.
By the time you’re in your 30s, you’re able to buy a comfortable car and a property to call your own provided you’ve been saving and working since college.
It doesn’t mean you have to buy these things, but just knowing the fact that you can provides a 35 year old man a wealth of confidence.
Or is the supply shrinkage a decision by women to stubbornly continue to refuse dating younger men?
To answer these question, I surveyed roughly 25 men and 25 women ages 21-45 to get their viewpoints. With 10 years of savings and a career he is proud of, 35 year old men are feeling confident.
We hung out after school together almost every single day. Perhaps it starts off in the 1st grade when we’re running around yelling with blue slurpee stains on our Sesame Street t-shirts.
She’d come watch my tennis matches and I’d take her to Mc Donald’s afterward for some hot apple pie and Mc Lovin. Or perhaps the perception starts in the 7th grade where we start snapping one too many bras.
Let’s just say that older sister Karen wasn’t very happy with either of us. Maybe women think men are immature because even at 45, with our receding hair and ever expanding girth, we act like college dudes chasing tail even though we no longer have game.
Stephanie was Karen’s younger sister and she was hot!
In fact, Stephanie was even more beautiful than her older sister, and I just had to pursue.
Of the 25 single men I surveyed ages 30-40, they all agree that around 35 is the best time for a man to be single.