it's only okay to date people born the same year as you are yourself, no exceptions or you are a criminal cannibalist nazi pedophile zombie brain eater murderer warmonger scumwhen i was 19 (last year) my gf was 26 so idk edit: probably im going to be with her till september and then at uni im going to get another gf, (i mean she's great and so on , but her face looks old af, disgusting)is a good relationship since i live with her on her house, but anyway is not about respect is about that she has 27 and her face is already looking like a ~45 woman like wtf, gyazo.com/ab7f440e05bab73d49276461325477..(not her, but very similar)if you like that ^ (very similar to my actual gf) your standards must be like -3/10 or your self esteem is like under the mariana trench level which is also sad delusional parasite why tho?my dad is 14 years older than my mom and they met when my mom was like 17 or 18 .
However, it took less than four hours for me to be absolutely grossed out with the state of the Tinder-verse, and I had to power through to even make it to 24.
Originally, my idea was to experiment with the social networking app Tinder for 48 hours.
We messaged back and forth about the best local pizza and what we'd both like to be doing in ten years. I matched with 15 of them and three of them messaged me immediately, saying I was their first ever match. I started to wonder if Tinder sets up newbies with newbies and keeps the more, ahem, "experienced" Tinderfolk farther back in their archives.
I wished him luck in his search and he responded with, Sorry Charles, I was never in it for the long haul. Either their grammar was terrible, they were forceful in demanding responses (or my phone number), or there was absolutely no originality in our very brief conversations ("Hey gurl, wut u doin? Needless to say, I didn't try the 20 in a row right swipe experiment again.
In terms of legal problems, it depends in which country they are, they need to do some research on the risk.
The risk also resides mostly on how open the parents are to the issue, they're the ones who will either file a lawsuit if they're legally responsible, or push their son/daughter to file a lawsuit if it's the son/daughter who's legally responsible, but if they're OK about it then there's not much to worry about.
By the end of day one, I was practically on my knees thanking the good Lord that I don't have to date in this digital age because it would probably kill me. It was worth taking a chance on a few gentlemen who came across well-spoken even though they weren't the right match physically.
I learned that guys lie about their age (or just age horribly, I can't tell) and that the guys who dress and look like my high school boyfriend still act just like my high school boyfriend.
My first match, we'll call him Charles, seemed to be the gentlemen I had expected. Louis and was hoping to find a few locals to show him around and maybe make a little love connection down the line.
I told him why I was on Tinder and that I was hoping to pack in as much digital adventure as possible in my 48 hours. After only a few hours of Tinder membership, I decided to just go crazy and right swipe 20 photos in a row without regard to their profile information — all in the name of research, of course.
Just the thought of opening the app and seeing the little orange dot informing me of a new message makes my stomach churn the same way it did when I had the stomach flu last winter and wanted to die a horrible, horrible death on the bathroom floor.(For anyone wondering, I was straightforward with my reason for being on Tinder — RESEARCH!