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I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!

 
Anonymous Coward
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04/03/2010 05:35 AM
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I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
We met when I was 39 and he was 21.
He races cars and my son brought him home after meeting him at a race. He got out of the car and smiled at me and that was it.
Love at first sight..
That was nearly 4years ago and we are going strong..

Problem now is he's fully sponsored and hitting the big time racing and he's SMOKING HOT..
Everywhere we go girls are hitting on him and for the first time in our relationship i'm feeling a bit uneasy and wondering if i'm going to lose him..
I look great and young for my age and he's proud as hell of me.
Am I right to feel a bit insecure?
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04/03/2010 05:36 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
congrats...robbing the cradle and proud of it

are you allowed near high schools?
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04/03/2010 05:37 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
You're a fowl gross old pig pedo cow
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04/03/2010 05:37 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
you will lose him, most likely
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04/03/2010 05:37 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
congrats...robbing the cradle and proud of it

are you allowed near high schools?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 931705


LOL!
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04/03/2010 05:38 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
21 is an adult luv!
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04/03/2010 05:39 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
yep you loose him.he's bigtime now.he now wants

better milf
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04/03/2010 05:40 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
You're a fowl gross old pig pedo cow
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 926385

Now now... If u met me you would not say that!!!!
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04/03/2010 05:42 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
You're a fowl gross old pig pedo cow

Now now... If u met me you would not say that!!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 933051

You are a filthy shitty old scummy pedo pig full of yourself imbecile waste of space degenerate pedo bitch
GreenTabasco

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04/03/2010 05:42 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
Cougers are all the rage right now.

Enjoy it for now.

Demi & Aston / Madonna & Jesus are still together, right? So, it could work.
Your day will come...
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04/03/2010 05:42 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
that gap will never work.
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04/03/2010 05:42 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
Why would he want you when he can have you 20 years younger and ten times hotter, every night, with a different girl?

You've found yourself in a precarious situation.
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04/03/2010 05:43 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
Post a picture of yourself.
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04/03/2010 05:46 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
One simple question ...

Where will you bee when he will want kids of his own ?


I don't judge the love or all that ... but there is this possibility he might want kids of his own and you wont be able to provide ...

Sorry but nature is made in some way that some things just cant happen
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04/03/2010 05:49 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
Why would he want you when he can have you 20 years younger and ten times hotter, every night, with a different girl?

You've found yourself in a precarious situation.
 Quoting: Plagued_Souls

Yeah i'm hearing you but we seriously have a great relationship and incredible bond..
I'm still mighty hot too if I dont mind saying.
We go to the gym together everyday and people think we are the coolst couple ever. hf
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04/03/2010 05:51 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
I think your insecurities are well founded.
But, I will also say this....when us older women go out with younger men, it is best to look at it a certain way....it is not a "lifetime" thing...but merely a nice stop on our way down life's path.
I go out with younger men all the time, but I never look at it being anything more than just "fun".
These younger men like us older women for a couple of reasons...the first and formost 1 I've been told is " we can teach them things sexually that our younger counterparts can't"...they also tell me that we are "less drama" than younger women.
So, I think you need to adjust your thinking here, and then you won't be hurt when he decides that he WANTS TO START A FAMILY...which pretty much all younger men will do at some point.
Understand that you are preparing him for a life with other women...because in essance, that is exactly what you are doing.
Be a good teacher while he is in your life....and be ready to say a peaceful " it's been great being with you" when he has learned what he needed from you, and is preparing to leave you, go out on his own.
I think if you look at it that way, the time you all have spent together will bring more good memories than hurtful ones.
Hopefully too, the time he spent with you...you will teach him how to treat a woman, how to not be a "selfish lover", how ADULTS handle relationships...and our Sisters down the road will benefit from it.
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04/03/2010 05:54 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
Why would he want you when he can have you 20 years younger and ten times hotter, every night, with a different girl?

You've found yourself in a precarious situation.

Yeah i'm hearing you but we seriously have a great relationship and incredible bond..
I'm still mighty hot too if I dont mind saying.
We go to the gym together everyday and people think we are the coolst couple ever. hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 933051


lol the snickering doesn't mean they approve, luv

they're wondering if he has a mommy complex lol
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04/03/2010 05:55 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
congrats...robbing the cradle and proud of it

are you allowed near high schools?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 931705


Oh bullcrap... This is the PERFECT combination. He's young enough to use what he's got, and she's old enough to appreciate it.

Get off your high horse.

It's a hell of a lot better than being hooked up with someone his own age that is so self absorbed and into her mind games that she drives him away, which is usually the case.

The older woman and younger man is a match made in heaven.
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
I think your insecurities are well founded.
But, I will also say this....when us older women go out with younger men, it is best to look at it a certain way....it is not a "lifetime" thing...but merely a nice stop on our way down life's path.
I go out with younger men all the time, but I never look at it being anything more than just "fun".
These younger men like us older women for a couple of reasons...the first and formost 1 I've been told is " we can teach them things sexually that our younger counterparts can't"...they also tell me that we are "less drama" than younger women.
So, I think you need to adjust your thinking here, and then you won't be hurt when he decides that he WANTS TO START A FAMILY...which pretty much all younger men will do at some point.
Understand that you are preparing him for a life with other women...because in essance, that is exactly what you are doing.
Be a good teacher while he is in your life....and be ready to say a peaceful " it's been great being with you" when he has learned what he needed from you, and is preparing to leave you, go out on his own.
I think if you look at it that way, the time you all have spent together will bring more good memories than hurtful ones.
Hopefully too, the time he spent with you...you will teach him how to treat a woman, how to not be a "selfish lover", how ADULTS handle relationships...and our Sisters down the road will benefit from it.
 Quoting: Woodsprite



I sense some oedipian syndrome ...
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04/03/2010 05:58 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
congrats...robbing the cradle and proud of it

are you allowed near high schools?


Oh bullcrap... This is the PERFECT combination. He's young enough to use what he's got, and she's old enough to appreciate it.

Get off your high horse.

It's a hell of a lot better than being hooked up with someone his own age that is so self absorbed and into her mind games that she drives him away, which is usually the case.

The older woman and younger man is a match made in heaven.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 718510


please...I dated older women all through my teens and twenties, what a fucking mistake spending my youth banging these old cows, who were twice as fucked up mentally as anyone else...insecure to the point of pathetic, selfish, crass...you name it
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04/03/2010 06:01 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
I think your insecurities are well founded.
But, I will also say this....when us older women go out with younger men, it is best to look at it a certain way....it is not a "lifetime" thing...but merely a nice stop on our way down life's path.
I go out with younger men all the time, but I never look at it being anything more than just "fun".
These younger men like us older women for a couple of reasons...the first and formost 1 I've been told is " we can teach them things sexually that our younger counterparts can't"...they also tell me that we are "less drama" than younger women.
So, I think you need to adjust your thinking here, and then you won't be hurt when he decides that he WANTS TO START A FAMILY...which pretty much all younger men will do at some point.
Understand that you are preparing him for a life with other women...because in essance, that is exactly what you are doing.
Be a good teacher while he is in your life....and be ready to say a peaceful " it's been great being with you" when he has learned what he needed from you, and is preparing to leave you, go out on his own.
I think if you look at it that way, the time you all have spent together will bring more good memories than hurtful ones.
Hopefully too, the time he spent with you...you will teach him how to treat a woman, how to not be a "selfish lover", how ADULTS handle relationships...and our Sisters down the road will benefit from it.
 Quoting: Woodsprite

That's almost exactly how it's been... He did leave me for a couple of mths when we went thru a rough patch but when he came back it was better than ever.
I have told him I don't expect him to stay around forever but he knows I'll always be there for him no matter what..
he does already have a daughter who was born a year before we met and we have her all yhe time. I love her and he doesnt want anymore children.
My first grandchild was born a few months ago prematurely and at the hospital for two weeks the staff thought my daughter was my sister.. Jamie is fantastic with my grandson! Its soo surreal hey.. hf
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04/03/2010 06:03 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
I definitely question your intellect/maturity that you would enjoy being intimate with such a young man. I could hardly stand 24 year olds when I was the same age.

Now that I am in my late 30s, I have NOTHING in common with someone that age.

Also, you are at a point in your life that you should be developing something beyond a shallow physical attachment. I notice you said "we go to the gym together" instead of "we go to the library together" so clearly, your relationship will eventually fail since it is based on the physical and you ---physically-- have hit your peak long ago. Deal with it. It's over.

Why not try an intellectual relationship? Hopefully, age will add to your intellect. You will never "peak" on this level as long as you keep expanding your mind.
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04/03/2010 06:05 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
You can't keep imploring that you look so young. I don't believe it. And Old Man Time doesn't stop the clock for anyone.

He's NOTICING the sagging, the lines, the age...

Be REALISTIC. Stop telling yourself lies, get with reality, accept the inevitable -- HE IS CHEATING OR WILL. It's ok. You had your run. Many women along the way probably envied you.
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04/03/2010 06:06 AM
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I notice you said "we go to the gym together" instead of "we go to the library together" so clearly, your relationship will eventually fail since it is based on the physical and you ---physically-- have hit your peak long ago. Deal with it. It's over.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 664728


I've never SEEN such PWNAGE!!!!!!!!!!

talk to the sockpuppet, Aussie Milf, you have a new master
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04/03/2010 06:06 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
This will only last a couple of years tops.
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04/03/2010 06:07 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
congrats...robbing the cradle and proud of it

are you allowed near high schools?


Oh bullcrap... This is the PERFECT combination. He's young enough to use what he's got, and she's old enough to appreciate it.

Get off your high horse.

It's a hell of a lot better than being hooked up with someone his own age that is so self absorbed and into her mind games that she drives him away, which is usually the case.

The older woman and younger man is a match made in heaven.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 718510

Thank you! hf
Woodsprite

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04/03/2010 06:09 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
I think your insecurities are well founded.
But, I will also say this....when us older women go out with younger men, it is best to look at it a certain way....it is not a "lifetime" thing...but merely a nice stop on our way down life's path.
I go out with younger men all the time, but I never look at it being anything more than just "fun".
These younger men like us older women for a couple of reasons...the first and formost 1 I've been told is " we can teach them things sexually that our younger counterparts can't"...they also tell me that we are "less drama" than younger women.
So, I think you need to adjust your thinking here, and then you won't be hurt when he decides that he WANTS TO START A FAMILY...which pretty much all younger men will do at some point.
Understand that you are preparing him for a life with other women...because in essance, that is exactly what you are doing.
Be a good teacher while he is in your life....and be ready to say a peaceful " it's been great being with you" when he has learned what he needed from you, and is preparing to leave you, go out on his own.
I think if you look at it that way, the time you all have spent together will bring more good memories than hurtful ones.
Hopefully too, the time he spent with you...you will teach him how to treat a woman, how to not be a "selfish lover", how ADULTS handle relationships...and our Sisters down the road will benefit from it.

That's almost exactly how it's been... He did leave me for a couple of mths when we went thru a rough patch but when he came back it was better than ever.
I have told him I don't expect him to stay around forever but he knows I'll always be there for him no matter what..
he does already have a daughter who was born a year before we met and we have her all yhe time. I love her and he doesnt want anymore children.
My first grandchild was born a few months ago prematurely and at the hospital for two weeks the staff thought my daughter was my sister.. Jamie is fantastic with my grandson! Its soo surreal hey.. hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 933051


I hope it works out for you... :)
I just know that when men get close to 30, or in their mid 30's they seem to go kinda nuts...LOL..that's when many of them feel the pull for 'starting a family", "finding the love of their life".. it's sort of like they too have a biological clock ticking inside them...LOL..
Maybe since he already has a daughter, he won't feel that pull...ya never know.
I'd just be sure to keep all this in mind, so you don't get devastated if he does decide it's time to move on.
Until then...enjoy your time together... :)
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04/03/2010 06:09 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
Just... put down the Kool Aid.

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04/03/2010 06:10 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
This will only last a couple of years tops.
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We've been together 4 years and its hotter than ever.
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
Maybe you should discuss such things on a relationship forum, if you are serious about finding an answer and not just trying to get attention.

Because you sure aren't going to get much valid advice around here :p
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04/03/2010 06:11 AM
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Re: I'm 42 and my boyfriend is 24!
I definitely question your intellect/maturity that you would enjoy being intimate with such a young man. I could hardly stand 24 year olds when I was the same age.

Now that I am in my late 30s, I have NOTHING in common with someone that age.

Also, you are at a point in your life that you should be developing something beyond a shallow physical attachment. I notice you said "we go to the gym together" instead of "we go to the library together" so clearly, your relationship will eventually fail since it is based on the physical and you ---physically-- have hit your peak long ago. Deal with it. It's over.

Why not try an intellectual relationship? Hopefully, age will add to your intellect. You will never "peak" on this level as long as you keep expanding your mind.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 664728




I think you will find women in their forties who are dating boys in their early twenties don't have enough intellect to form an intellectual relationship.

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