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    I met up with older woman that I've been speaking to online, I met her at a fancy bar about 2 months ago, we talked and at first we had nothing in common as she had a architecture business and I'm just a normal student.

    I like that she well educated and cultured, we had same movie and music tastes so we found some common ground by the end of our first meeting.

    Eventually after a few times of seeing her I went around hers, she is loaded she has a gym, pool and big TV room, I'm like wow.I started seeing her more and more, she suggested I could move in with her. I don't know if this is right or not because she 20 years older than me and I don't know if I'm attracted to her or not, there is a age gap.

    I don't want to live off her but I'm thinking selfishly after uni I need somewhere to live. The relationship is just friends at the moment but I worried if sees things beyond that.
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    She wants the D. Anything can happen when you're asleep at night
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    She wants the D. Anything can happen when you're asleep at night
    A women with a dowry is rare
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I met up with older woman that I've been speaking to online, I met her at a fancy bar about 2 months ago, we talked and at first we had nothing in common as she had a architecture business and I'm just a normal student.

    I like that she well educated and cultured, we had same movie and music tastes so we found some common ground by the end of our first meeting.

    Eventually after a few times of seeing her I went around hers, she is loaded she has a gym, pool and big TV room, I'm like wow.I started seeing her more and more, she suggested I could move in with her. I don't know if this is right or not because she 20 years older than me and I don't know if I'm attracted to her or not, there is a age gap.

    I don't want to live off her but I'm thinking selfishly after uni I need somewhere to live. The relationship is just friends at the moment but I worried if sees things beyond that.
    You idiot hurry up and move in this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Milk that cow, I cant even believe you're contemplating this, I would have moved in same day and jumped into the pool drinking cocktails. If you dont move in you would have not just let yourself down but mankind down to.

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    Why don't you just move to a place where you're most likely actually going to be comfortbale and get a place of your own? Don't just use some women. Don't mean to ruin the fun here but you've only known her 2 months and met her several times, so seriously, you're thinking about moving in with a women who is most likely twice your age just because you need somewhere to live and because she's loaded.. I may be wrong and correct me if I am. But, just think about that one haha
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    Get in there. Mr Anonymous.
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    lol wtf are you waiting for, **** her and live off her, women have been doing it to men for a million years, 'bout time we leeched off them instead while getting free sex.
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    Well... you could live with her and use her for her contacts.
    Just make sure you don't get her pregnant. (If you're a guy)
 
 
 
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