Older women dating younger men quotes
Intelligent people get more knowledgeable and wiser over time.
Why would you want to meet a girl at 20 when you know she’ll be even more amazing at 27?
On the antagonistic side, a Punch-Clock Villain is often a Christmas Cake.
She tends to be very attractive but is relegated to cake status by annoying habits.
With modern day science improving almost exponentially, I'm not worried. I’m not saying it can’t be a younger woman, but from my experience, it’s always been the older ones who have haunted me.
Buying a cake for Christmas is a Japanese tradition.
Thus, "Christmas Cake" is used as a metaphor term for a woman rendered unmarriageable because she is past the freshness of her youth; roughly equivalent to "Old Maid." It's a common trope for a character to at least be surprised that another isn't married yet by this age.
Even when the writers are sympathetic to the character, nagging to marry will still come from someone, usually her parents.
I only dated a younger woman -- back then, girl -- once, and it didn’t last very long.
They understand that compromise is sometimes part of the deal and are willing to do what is necessary for the good of the relationship. They have a stronger love for life and are passionate in what they do. They are able to connect with you in ways that younger woman are not yet able to understand. There are many shades of loving; as they overlap over the passing years, they become deeper in hue. You can practice and practice and not get better at riding a bicycle.
Sex, on the other hand, is something you can improve on with experience. It’s also about the waiting periods in between, the tension and buildup it causes, and what you learn about yourself as your sexuality intensifies.
With age, women -- like men -- get to understand themselves better.
They understand their emotions, and they understand what it is they want out of a relationship.