18 and 40 year old - I know of one....

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elmosandy
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I know of a relationship between a girl aged 18 and the guy is 40+

I don't know what to think, opinions?

( Before anything I don't judge i'm just wondering peoples opinions)...

( imo, I don't think anything, if they are, they are, I just wondered what people think, especially curious as to what TSR ( based on its reputation ) would say ) xD
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They are both legal Adults, just leave them to get on with it........
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They are both adults and you don't have to think anything because it's none of your business.
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Not anyone else's place to think about it
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I'm inclined to say it's none of our business?

Poor thing probably has daddy issues. Let it run its course.
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Double or more age relationships are always abit messed up, imo.
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Nothing wrong.

If some people are thinking that it's weird or anything, it's almost basically the same idea that LGBT is weird too.
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Both adults, up to them. the 40 year old is in a superior position in terms of experience though and at a different stage in life.
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(Original post by 999tigger)
Both adults, up to them. the 40 year old is in a superior position in terms of experience though and at a different stage in life.
(Original post by xKae)
Nothing wrong.

If some people are thinking that it's weird or anything, it's almost basically the same idea that LGBT is weird too.
(Original post by XOR_)
Double or more age relationships are always abit messed up, imo.
(Original post by Anonymous)
I'm inclined to say it's none of our business?

Poor thing probably has daddy issues. Let it run its course.
(Original post by SinsNotTragedies)
Not anyone else's place to think about it
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They are both adults and you don't have to think anything because it's none of your business.
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They are both legal Adults, just leave them to get on with it........
Of course, there is no judgements here, I don't judge but I just see threads were people say its digusting,

I was looking for opinions. Everyone has different views on this. But ultimately, yes is it no one business.
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(Original post by xKae)
Nothing wrong.

If some people are thinking that it's weird or anything, it's almost basically the same idea that LGBT is weird too.
AHa x
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(Original post by XOR_)
Double or more age relationships are always abit messed up, imo.
Why

(Original post by ANM775)
They are both legal Adults, just leave them to get on with it........
Not stopping anyone Just wondered what people think.
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(Original post by XOR_)
Double or more age relationships are always abit messed up, imo.
WHy?
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I'm inclined to say it's none of our business?

Poor thing probably has daddy issues. Let it run its course.
Why do you say [ daddy issues ] that?
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Sounds like the novel I'm working on. I now want to quiz these people for research purposes.
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Sounds like the novel I'm working on. I now want to quiz these people for research purposes.
Ooh what's that, tell me more?
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Technically nothing wrong with it; like everything else people just think it's weird because it deviates from the norm.
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(Original post by elmosandy)
WHy?
https://youtu.be/xXW8xb3IxgY?t=1m8s
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You do realise TSR is the worst place to come for opinions on something like this? :rofl:
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(Original post by elmosandy)
Of course, there is no judgements here, I don't judge but I just see threads were people say its digusting,

I was looking for opinions. Everyone has different views on this. But ultimately, yes is it no one business.
So literally every response said it was none of your business and yet you still want to fish for comments? What would YOU like people to reply with?
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What's TSR's reputation?

I don't have an issue. Good for her.
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