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Thursday, March 15th, 2012

Single Dating Online

 

Max has this horrible fear of someone saying single dating something like “Oh, you and your lovely daughter…” but that hasn’t happened, and I don’t know if it will.  The stares from other single women haven’t been as prevalent as I thought they would, and I don’t think they’re as prevalent as max thinks they are. He seems much more bothered by this than I am.

The other day we went to dinner and the waitress was talking with us. I thought she was flirting single dating with me through online sites dating (I wrote my phone number on a napkin for her–she hasn’t called… yet), but DCG was convinced she was “playing the ‘Guess This Couple’s Relationship’ game.” I never know what to say when he says single dating things like this except silly comments like “Don’t be ridiculous”… because… he’s not being ridiculous.

Our age difference doesn’t bother me, like I thought it might. I don’t want it to bother him, either. Sometimes, I know it does. He gave me this look like I’m 12 and don’t know shit about shit and what the hell’s he doing talking single dating to me, anyway? Those moments, luckily, are fairly rare. I’m incredibly well-read, in the process of becoming formally educated, always self-educating, and, at the risk of sounding unforgivably arrogant, smarter than everyone else. I can keep up… usually.

There was only seeking women one time when our age single dating difference did bother me. That was when I went to meet his family for lunch and I heard his niece professional dating (who is older than I am) call him “Uncle —–.” I don’t know why, but it startled me and single dating shook me up a bit. I recovered quickly, and have threatened to call “Uncle” much to his chagrin.

The area where I thought our age difference for senior dating would be most prominent has turned out to be such a wonderful surprise. We’re at it at least single dating twice a day, and he’s very attentive to what I like and don’t like, what drives me crazy, how to get me to make my “O” face. I think that he gets tired fairly quickly, and once he’s done, he’s done for at least an hour. But he makes me feel so incredible… I can’t even describe it.

Anyway, now that I’m all hot and bothered I’m going to wrap this up and go take a shower. But I know that I’m not the only young woman who’s single dating an older man. Ladies, help! What do I do? What should I know about? What should I be prepared for?

 


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