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    Is 22 and 30 too much of an age gap? The guy is 24 but mature and the woman is 32 but keeps fit (runs and lifts weights) and acts young.
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    Nah, I would say that age gap as fine
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    What does keeping fit have to do with anything?

    If the two people in the relationship are comfortable and of age then nothing else matters.
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    In short, no. Age is irrelevant if you want to be with someone (providing its legal)
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    No but if she does crossfit, then stay away
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    (Original post by porn induced coma)
    What does keeping fit have to do with anything?

    If the two people in the relationship are comfortable and of age then nothing else matters.
    because some people say that people become less attractive/out of shape as they age.
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    No.
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    my mum was 23 and my dad was 40 and made it work for 20 years
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    Nah, my friend is 21 and her bf is 41. They're happy together so who cares
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    No, my parents have a 5 year gap. It's only 3 more years, it's fine .. They've been married for 24 years!
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    I personally wouldn't do it but sure.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Is 22 and 30 too much of an age gap? The guy is 24 but mature and the woman is 32 but keeps fit (runs and lifts weights) and acts young.
    Nope its perfectly fine, although you are at different stages. Does the woman want kids> her biological clock would be ticking. Doubt the guy is mature at 24.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    because some people say that people become less attractive/out of shape as they age.
    Why does anyone care what "some people" think or say? If he thinks she's attractive (even if she decides she's sick of "keeping fit") that's all that matters.
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    I personally wouldn't do it but sure.
    Yea some people prefere to just date their own age but there are quite a few large age gaps thinking about it my cousin is in his 30's dating a 24 year old girl. I suppose you can relate more to your own age though.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Nope its perfectly fine, although you are at different stages. Does the woman want kids> her biological clock would be ticking. Doubt the guy is mature at 24.
    No she doesn't want to go through pregnancy and all that. If someone doesn't have a reasonable level of maturity after being alive 24 years they must be slow! He's more mature than her but then these days people don't grow up till about 40.
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    No she doesn't want to go through pregnancy and all that. If someone doesn't have a reasonable level of maturity after being alive 24 years they must be slow! He's more mature than her but then these days people don't grow up till about 40.
    We have different ideas about maturity. Its fine they should give it a go and see what happens.
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    Not if it were the other way around.
 
 
 
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