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    1. Everyone imagine she’s 15.

      Even sweeter, isn’t it?

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    2. This issue comes up a lot at work.

      I find that a lot more younger girls dress sexier nowadays, while the older ones seem to dress more conservative, as they aren’t desperately seeking attention.

      Younger to me means;

      Smaller
      More flexible
      Fresher
      Cleaner
      Less “used” (think about how many guys a 30 year old has been with)
      Funner
      More energetic
      More on my level since I work at a part time, still live with daddy, and haven’t god my GED/diploma.
      Skin is smoother (pretty ones anyway)

      I always make sure a girl is 18 before I do anything now, but that won’t stop me from dating a girl under 18. Love is blind and it shouldn’t stop anyone from anything (other then statutory rape)

      Age doesn’t matter for a lot of things, other than a girl that is 12 but has a nice body and wears tight clothing and you should’t be looking because you know she’s 12.

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      • I agree with your statement about age not being of primary importance for many things, I think maturity is the real determining factor in whether a girl is ready for a relationship of any kind.

        Age can be a good indicator of maturity, provided that background, culture, and upbringing are taken into account, but it is by no means a fool proof indicator. I’ve known underage girls who have shown way more maturity than women twice their age, and older, career women, no less, who might as well have still been in grade school.

        And the thing is, while love is blind, even if I thought I really loved a girl, I would not try to get a girl into a relationship until I was sure that she was mature enough to truly understand what love means, and what it means to be in a relationship.

        So, as a general rule, no matter how physically mature an underage girl may appear to be, I would never try to date one. My mental peace of mind is far more important to me than a roll in the hay…

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      • As a side note, (disregard the fact that I am apparently unable to post anything less than a full chapter about anything) I think a lot of the things you list as attributes of younger girls appear to be based on preconceived notions and faulty stereotypes:

        Smaller – (In your case I’m going to assume you mean to include “not fat”.) I know many older women who are small/slim. Skinny even. Not my type, but there are lots of them out there.

        More flexible – This one I can’t argue. Though women in general tend to remain much more flexible for a lot longer than guys. When I used train regularly I *frequently* observed 30+ year olds exhibiting levels of flexibility that would put girls half their age to shame.

        Fresher/Cleaner – I beg to differ. Assuming I am interpreting your meaning correctly, I find this is a function of individuals, not any specific age group.

        Less “used” – If you would have said this 15 years ago, I might have agreed. But In this day and age, with so many kids having kids, it’s naive to still think this is true.

        BTW, this is also a very prejudiced way of thinking. How many girls would a *guy* have slept with by the time they are 30? It is extremely hypocritical for guys to believe they have the right to sleep around as much as you want, but put a limit on the same for girls we want a relationship with.

        Funner/more energetic – Again, I find this to generally be a function of individual character, not age. The exceptions being advanced age, but I’ve known 30 somethings that could party teens under the table.

        Skin is smoother – This I can’t argue (in general) either. Though skin care and genetics do play a big role in skin suppleness with age. There are lots of young girls with bad skin, and vice versa.

        More on your level – I think this one is all you. I think most older women would avoid dating you, for lots of reasons, including, but not limited to, your character, your job situation, education and living situation, because when you put them all together, they all say some rather negative things about you.

        I also know many smart younger girls who are actually *above* your “level”, as you describe it, so perhaps that shouldn’t even be on your list…

        But If I were you, I’d be busting my hump, trying to level up… πŸ˜€

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        • And the thing is, while love is blind, even if I thought I really loved a girl, I would not try to get a girl into a relationship until I was sure that she was mature enough to truly understand what love means, and what it means to be in a relationship.

          That made me laugh. Sorry, but that may be one of the most inane things I have heard in a long time. I mean that in a good way.
          Girls have some say in the matter; we’re not waiting around til we’re old enough to know what being in a relationship really means. Do you? Really?
          BTW, love is not blind. What we see and what it makes us think of is integral to our feelings of love.
          I met hubby (and started dating him) when I was 16, he was 23. I had to practically jump in his bed naked to ‘show’ I was ready. BTW girls, that works. We still laugh about it now, over 25 years later.
          His mom warned him against me as jail-bait.

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          • tiki; we really need some delineation between blockquoted text and regular comment text.

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          • LOL… So you were one of those girls my parents always warned me about…? πŸ™‚

            I don’t think you and Casemods are actually referring to the same thing wrt the phrase “love is blind”. I think he is basically saying, when you are in love, things like age and so on don’t matter to the parties involved.

            But I do agree that what you are referring to, IE “what we see, and what it makes us think of” is, of course, integral to what we feel as love. The things is, I think love should be as much an intellectual exercise as an emotional one.

            At young ages, it is harder to separate an infatuation, or being in love with the *idea* of who someone is, from who they actually are, and sometimes the infatuation with the physicality or the preconceived notions of what they see becomes so strong it overcomes their ability to view people rationally. Heck, this occurs even in mature adults.

            Add to that the fact that, at those ages, most kids don’t really have
            enough experience to be able to see clear warning signs that a person is bad news, and you have a recipe for disaster.

            However, given what I know of you now, I’d be willing to bet you were much more mature than most around you at 16, and probably had a fairly good idea what was going on, and what you were doing. The fact that you are still married today is, I think, fairly strong evidence to that.

            There is no denying that girls do have the same amount of say in these situations as a guy. I was addressing Casemods specific comments, so I was being gender specific, however it does work both ways. Most young folk, irrespective of gender, do *not* wait around until they really understand what’s going on before they jump into a relationship.

            The simple fact is, most of them don’t know what they don’t know. But ideally, (imho anyway) the onus should then fall on on the more mature party, specifically in cases where the difference in age is significant, regardless of gender, to ensure that they know *enough* before they proceed to take the plunge.

            Jumping into bed half naked, lol, yeah I’m sure that works, for the most part, though I do not think it is generally the smartest idea unless you *really* know what you are doing. Hasn’t ever happened to me, so I don’t know for sure how I’d respond. πŸ™‚

            But I think that personally, regardless of age, *unless* I was already attracted to a girl, knew enough about her to be confident that she was mature enough to understand what she was doing, she wasn’t a burgeoning psycho, and didn’t have any qualities that would make my life unnecessarily complicated (aka “Hell”) I would probably turn and run the other way if a girl tried that with me.

            Another inane statement I suppose, but hopefully it will at least get another laugh out of you. πŸ™‚

            I am, more or less, the reclusive antisocial introvert type, who thinks in a rather formulaic fashion, is relatively oblivious to what constitutes a female advance (ie I’m as dumb as an ox when it comes to discerning how a girl actually feels about me), is uncomfortable with the irrationality/chaos of unchecked emotions to boot, and thus tend to be extremely cautious when it comes to interaction with the opposite sex.

            So my opinion might be a little biased. πŸ˜€

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    3. I am, more or less, the reclusive antisocial introvert type, who thinks in a rather formulaic fashion, is relatively oblivious to what constitutes a female advance (ie IÒ€ℒm as dumb as an ox when it comes to discerning how a girl actually feels about me), is uncomfortable with the irrationality/chaos of unchecked emotions to boot, and thus tend to be extremely cautious when it comes to interaction with the opposite sex.

      Hence the need to jump in peoples beds naked (not 1/2 naked). πŸ˜‰

      I knew what you meant, but there is a tendency to think that sex will somehow damage a girl if it is in any way untoward and that really is silly. The thing is, sex and relationships have to happen before one can be ready for it to happen. Bad sex, bad relationships is what gives people the experience that they need to be experienced.
      I think that if one waits too long past the age of 16, that some age-related chance is lost. As people get older they become more strict and determined in their life choices. There’s a reason why women over a certain age have trouble finding a husband (assuming they’re looking for one). It’s not because they’re older, or no longer young looking (most guys could care less about that); it’s because they’re standards are ridiculous. I have friends w/ lists of Must-Haves and Must-Not-Be. When your younger, there’s an emotional flexibility that lets us survive all the emotional turmoil that comes w/ dating, sexing and breaking up.

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      • “Hence the need to jump in peoples beds naked (not 1/2 naked). πŸ˜‰ ”

        ROFL… Ah. Full Monty. I stand corrected. Point taken. πŸ™‚

        “The thing is, sex and relationships have to happen before one can be ready for it to happen. Bad sex, bad relationships is what gives people the experience that they need to be experienced…

        As people get older they become more strict and determined in their life choices…

        When you’re younger, thereÒ€ℒs an emotional flexibility that lets us survive all the emotional turmoil that comes w/ dating, sexing and breaking up.”

        No argument, those are all good points. And I think in my case, if I were at risk of getting into a relationship with a girl who was, for example, 10 years my junior, I’d be considerably more worried about the risk to *my* psychological health than hers… πŸ˜€

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