Robert Downey Jr, George Clooney and David Beckham all have something in common.
Like a fine wine, with age they have gotten so much tastier!
Here’s a run through on why it’s not always a bad idea to date an older man.
No More Games
Unlike the college boys which you’ve dated – after months of playing hard to get and waiting hours for his reply – the older man won’t be playing games.
He knows what he wants and he’s not afraid to put himself out there and get it.
An older man won’t ignore your message for 2 days because he doesn’t want to look needy.
He’s also passed that hormonal phase where he just wants to sleep around with anything that moves, so he’s less likely to sleep with your hot room-mate!
He Knows What To Do… Down There
Presuming he’s not a 40-year-old virgin, he will be extremely sexually experienced and know how to please you.
His years with different women will have taught him what we like and most importantly, what we don’t like.
We’re looking at you Mr No Foreplay.
Have you ever wondered why you can carry great, interesting conversations with older men?
He’s travelled, experienced life and different cultures.
With an older man you’ll be more likely to talk about novels, culture and fine cuisines than with your 24-year-old counterpart.
So if drinking wine and talking about the world for hours is what you want, then steer away from the football captain who’s deepest conversation will be about the off-side rule.
Instead of being forced by his friends to down shots and eat cheap take-out, you’ll be invited to dinner parties filled with laughter, interesting conversations and good food.
He’s Got It All
When dating a guy, money shouldn’t be a deciding factor.
However, if financial security is an important factor to you an older guy will most likely have a career, a house and a steady paycheck.
This makes your gentleman much more reliable in the long term than a younger guy who’s starting at the bottom.
Cooking up a treat for your date? Why not make him a cocktail (or two).