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John; thanks for asking this question. Old is one person's perception of another person and rarely has anything to do with chronological age; just the differences between them (unless of course you ask someone under 21). The same can be said in reference to 'people' who 'never grow up'.
Dixie; I had much older siblings so 10-20 years meant nothing to me although I never dated anyone more than 5 years older. However, at my current age, the pickings are decidedly slim and I have to assume the younger chicks don't care about the age difference as much so the good ones are snapped up as soon as they're available. Or, the good ones are so self-contained they don't think they need intimacy.
Catwoman 500; I like your style!
Rich, my man; love ya just the way you are! You may be a boy at heart but you're a man who can take care of his own needs and not depend on others to make him whole. That's as 'grown up' as any of us needs to be. I'm on the same page whether 'others' like it or not.
Rockin FX; "we seem to have gotten off topic". .... no, we're on it. The fact we all have different opinions as to what constitutes 'old', shows how different our individual needs/wants really are and that's why it's so hard to find 'the one'. Too many people today want the fast track, no time to get to know a person, before they become intimate and that's the surest way to destroy a possible relationship.
Mimi! So often we agree it's painful when we don't.... but you are on the money with this one. We have to be in sync to feel or want intimacy. Everything else is negotiable.