There's no rulebook or strategy when it comes to dating someone and knowing the right time to finally pop the question and seal the deal with them. You could date for six years and feel too chill about making any sudden move to promise them a lifetime together forever. Since there's no right time, right place or right moment in a relationship for a boyfriend to ask his SO if they are in it to win it, how do you know when to do it? Some guys don't. If you're wondering why that could be, check out what these 10 guys confess are the reasons why they haven't asked their long-term girlfriends to marry them.
FAQ on Coronavirus and Mefi : check before posting, cite sources; how to block content by tags. Hey guys just curious if a woman who is 31 years old was into a guy who is 26 me , would the age gap be too large for it to be considered normal. It's a five year gap, and to me that just seems too much for what is "normal" It would be okay if the man was 26 and she was 21 but the other way around feels too milfy, or cougarish. But what if everything about the other person you liked, you liked their personality, you found them attractive, etc Does it say about me that I wasn't able to attract a younger woman so there is something wrong with me? Yeah, it's fine. What says more about you is the fact that you would ask this question.
The real rules about how old and young you can date. According to this rule, society should accept a 50 year old man dating a 32 year old woman. A quick poll of my friends says otherwise. This made me wonder, does the creepiness rule actually reflect what is socially acceptable when it comes to age differences in dating? In other words, does the creepiness rule actually reflect what society findscreepy? The internet is divided on the topic. The researchers approached random people in public and asked them to imagine themselves in a romantic relationship with an attractive person of the opposite sex.