I'm not talking a freshman girl dating the senior quarterback, or a senior girl dating a recent grad. Prior to my 26-year-old dream boy, I had never even gotten asked out over the phone.I'm talking an age gap that might make your mom a little nervous. You could date a college guy for a year and maybe get 2 phone calls the whole time.
In their defense, I hardly grew up dating or crushing on men close to my age group.I like a little challenge."-Austin, 24"Being a spoiled brat or selfish and vain. Know when to stop."-Jacob, 23"I don't want to hear about your ex-boyfriends...We want a hard-working, giving queen, not a self-proclaimed princess."-John, 25"Not being honest or open about what you want, whether it's where we're going for dinner or what you like in bed."-Evan, 22"Don't leave your dirty underwear on the floor. or anyone you've hooked up with for that matter."-Ben, 20"Too much makeup, as well as girls who don't like country music or sports."-Jeff, 24"If on the first date she doesn't sing songs in the car with me, I know we got problems."-Garrett, 23I think it's fair to say that guys are probably the most frustrating specimen on the planet.I always seem to date guys between 10 to 20 years older than me, and from my relationships comes some of the best memories and experiences.I still get the common response from my friends: “He's too old for you! ” I've also had a few people in my life suggest that I do it because I am a “gold digger.”So, the broad answer is this: To clarify, I'm not dating older men because I am a “gold digger.” It's more important for me to pull my own weight and be financially stable.