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  • View author's info Author Posted on Feb 21, 2005 at 10:06 AM

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  • View author's info Posted on Dec 04, 2014 at 06:00 PM

    They dont asnswer because they want a Fabio looking guy, and besides they are most scammers. lol

  • View author's info Posted on Apr 04, 2010 at 11:33 PM

    How many polite,well mannered,go-out-of-their-way-for-you people do we meet in a day?Also I think how people see themselves is often inaccurate,more wishful thinking than fact and not how others see them at all,nor how they actually are.How many people believe it was their partners fault for their last relationship break-down when common sense says it generally takes two to tango. Most people dont reply to emails simply because they cant be bothered.No its not polite nor even courteous but then whoever came up with the idea we live in a polite courteous society or perhaps more accurately,that the internet engenders manners and courtesies in people?.Im not trying to paint a grim picture of the world at all but the internet allows people the oppurtunity to extinguish a conversation with the press of a button and that certainly is skewed.It allows people to make comments and remarks without ever seeing the repercussions and effects those comments and remarks have upon the person they're directed towards which is also very skewed.The internet allows complete freedom from responsibilty and removes the necessity for the conventions of normal human interaction.Having said that I will add this: Cream always rises to the top.With regard to those who do reply with a 'Thanks but no thanks' email,with regard to those who can be bothered conversing politely and courteously with others,with regard to those who ARE aware they are typing to real live human beings and not meat in a picture or nameless profiles,this is what makes life enjoyable and liveable for others.The rest just 'don't get it' .

  • View author's info Posted on Dec 28, 2008 at 05:24 PM

    The answer is simple they just ain,t here.There were,at one time(1970,s),plenty of young girls who would,nt think twice about dating and marrying middle aged blokes.However things are a lot different today where a teenaged girl dating a 40+ year old man is often headline news in the national papers.Just spare a thought for someone like me who was 16 in the 1970,s and who was turned down by a girl of my own age who then married someone of 48 when she was 18.
  • View author's info Posted on May 28, 2008 at 05:03 PM

    I think that younger women looking for older men happen at all other dating sites. It isn't that "novel" of an idea. It takes a inter-generational site for women looking for younger men for it to be a more sucessful site. I have try quite a few other site to find younger men and it isn't that frenquent I hear from younger men.
  • View author's info Posted on Feb 18, 2007 at 07:31 AM

    Most of the people of the ages 18-20 don't seem to be able to spell 'laugh' or 'people', how do you expect them to understand words like 'inter-generational' :)
  • View author's info Posted on Dec 16, 2006 at 05:40 AM

    theeinferno write:
    Yeah, I totally agree about the photos. What could these people be thinking?

    When I see a profile with no photo, I make one of three assumptions: The first is that the advertiser is putting the least amount of effort possible into his ad, so he probably isn't very serious. The second is that he's physically unattractive or lying about his looks. Third is the possibility that he's trying to conceal his identity from friends and/or family members because he's cheating on someone or embarassed about the type of partner he's seeking. Since any of the above scenarios would be a deal breaker for me, I don't even click on a profile if there's no photo with it.

    Yes, indeed.

    Sadly the possibilities you mention are all too often the reason for a 'no pic' post.

    And we are right to be cautious.
  • View author's info Posted on Jun 25, 2006 at 01:40 PM

    Being Bisexual doesn't automatically entitle a person to a partner of both gender, they should decide which person they commit to an remain faithful to that person regtardless of their gender. What I am saying is bisexuality is not a licence to cheat!
  • View author's info Posted on Jun 21, 2005 at 12:52 PM

    Interesting thread.

    Personally, I cannot understand why an 18 year old female would come to this site if they are looking for a 20 year old male/female. Makes no sense to come to an inter-generation dating site...

  • View author's info Posted on Jun 12, 2005 at 11:51 AM

    theeinferno write:
    OK, Oscar exaggerates a bit about the women here (those of us seeking YOUNGER guys are generally sincere and well-represented) but I'd have to agree that there aren't many female members ISO older guys.

    I find it strange how many 18 year old girls here are looking for 18 to 19 year old guys. I can only assume it is our educational system which causes them to not understand the word "inter-generational"
  • View author's info Posted on May 11, 2005 at 07:09 AM

    I suppose in an age where ordinary folk can simply put up any picture they want and call it their own, I have become very skeptical with photo ads which look more like a Ralph Lauren model walkway than an actual, live and in person...person.

    However, it is obviously an important feature--looks--as statistics tell us that the majority of people are attracted to the physical appearance initially. It is the same in the animal kingdom, where mating usually occurs wih the lucky male who struts his stuff and has the most colorful plummage of his peers.

    I sort of long for that spark which sometimes appears when you connect with a person in real life...I can count the times on one hand that this has happened in my life, but it is simply a terrific feeling which one may never forget.

    I am sure that when one actually meets their match, a myriad of feelings come. I am hoping that when my match meets me, she doesn't run to the nearest exit sign!

  • View author's info Posted on May 09, 2005 at 05:08 AM

    Another thing, when it comes to younger female partners, there seems to be less of an emphasis on physical features. I brought this issue up to my hopeful LTR, and she said to me, "I know you are pleased by my appearance and I am happy that I am appealing to you." But looks fade and I want you to sill love me when I am old."

    To me, that was very profound and led me to pursue her as my dream girl..

  • View author's info Posted on May 09, 2005 at 05:03 AM

    Excellent post, theeinferno. I think that she hits te nail on the head when it comes to these photos that look like magazine ads. Guess what? Most of the pictures of women who look like "Mademoselle" cover girls, are, in fact, that. And have no idea that their photos are being used for these purposes. As crazy as it is and as easy as theeinferno suggested, this is key.

    My partner is a legitimate human being and a woman, despite her being 23 and I, 41. She and I have made several e-mail exchanges a day, shared pictures, I know her address, we have plans to see each other, I know her name and she mine. In other words, I think that after 9 months of talking to another, the chances of things not being real or not, wears off.

    But, I digress, of course. There are real people on here. People resond to you ads, because we are very diversified in our wants and non-wants.

    Bless You All In Life,

  • View author's info Posted on May 09, 2005 at 04:09 AM

    OK, Oscar exaggerates a bit about the women here (those of us seeking YOUNGER guys are generally sincere and well-represented) but I'd have to agree that there aren't many female members ISO older guys.

    It's a shame that cyberspacers play games, post fake ads and waste each others time, but the phonies and solicitors are actually pretty easy to spot if you just use a little common sense.

    For starters, profiles which contain only 1 or 2 generic sentences are often bogus. If someone describes herself as an oversexed 18-25 year old girl who just "needs someone to talk to", or if she states a passion for adult chat, phonesex, long-distance dating or showing off on her webcam, she's probably a fake or a pro. This is especially true of girls who post self-pics that look professionally done.

    I think any ordinary middle-aged guy who's hoping to date a much younger woman needs to be realistic. Sure there ARE non-gold-diggers out there who are genuinely attracted to older men, and many of them ARE looking for long term relationships, but these girls won't look or act like pornstars-they'll be real, three-dimensional people with needs, emotional baggage and ordinary, imperfect bodies. If you're propositioned online by a supermodel or a lusty 19 year-old cheerleader who's into swapping nude pics, cybering and sharing her wildest fantasies, go ahead and enjoy yourself (at least until she asks for your credit card number) but DON'T expect it to turn into a real life GFE unless you're Hugh Hefner, a famous rock star, or an infirm elderly billionaire.
  • View author's info Posted on May 08, 2005 at 09:32 PM

    I think you will find that the REAL reason no women respond is the fact that there are 10 billion male members and a maximum of 6 if any genuine female members.Or genuine CURRENT female members.

    As for the Texas lass in the bikini below..well the photo is of a Brazilian girl who models for ''Next Agency'' and hasn't been near Texas in her life. She has an Apartment in NY and Italy, I guess thats kinda close.

    Perhaps what is needed is a site that does actually give you a genuine free membership for a period so that you can prove to yourself that your not being touched for a fee that garners no results.

    You have gotta be a bit suss about the fact that most profiles you look at have no postings on any forums. Thats just not normal.
  • View author's info Posted on May 08, 2005 at 12:59 PM

    Although I am not a paying member anymore, which is a tribute to the fact that I did meet someone who I believe is a "match" and I have AgeMatch to thank(!), I truly relate to what many here have experienced. Sometimes the answer to the question of "Why doesn't she write back" may, in fact, be related to your own profile.

    While my profile lacks photos now, I took them off since I do not think a picture of me is requisite for posting here on these entertaining forums. I miss the ability communicate with other, new people, but that's how it worked out for me...


    Look at your profile. Does it say what you want it to? I haven't seen it, since I personally hated it when guys' profiles showed up on my profile! But I would suggest a review of it, simply for the purposes of seeing if it appeals to your "audience."


  • View author's info Posted on May 07, 2005 at 02:56 AM

    Thats kind of you to say, I'll do just that. I hope the nice young ladies you speak of like me as much as I would like them.

    I'll keep searching...

  • View author's info Posted on May 06, 2005 at 05:39 AM


    I just read your other post and responded to that one a bit softer than I did here. I think that you "partner" led you on pretty bad, mate. I think that you need to look at the other wonderful women here! Trust me, most of the ladies here will give you more than just the time of the day!

    As a paying member I have met two excellent, very sexy ladies and cool people. You will have a love of your life sooner than you think. Don't let some fake picture and person turn you inside out.

  • View author's info Posted on May 06, 2005 at 05:24 AM

    Richard007 write:

    What can I say you have lead me on. how could you do this to me? You said things to me no other woman has ever said to me and I was in shock. Now you seem to have dumped me for no reason al all. A message to all you guys, beware and be carefull with this one.


    You seem to be very angry at this person, but I wonder if it wouldn't be more direct to tell her how you feel? Every side will have its version of the story, and this woman you are writing about may have had a very good reason not to contact you. I'm not saying she's right, but just go out and find another candidate on this scene.

    Is it tactful or even appropriate to post what you did? Just my 2 cents.

  • View author's info Posted on May 03, 2005 at 02:20 PM


    What can I say you have lead me on. how could you do this to me? You said things to me no other woman has ever said to me and I was in shock. Now you seem to have dumped me for no reason al all. A message to all you guys, beware and be carefull with this one.
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