Typical Evening 7: We approximate the chances that we could actually have a real relationship.Typical Evening 8: We decide that we definitely should not date. Typical Evening 10: We say how glad we are to have each other as friends and that we can be so honest about everything and not have to worry that our friendship will be ruined by dating. "When Harry Met Sally."Do you know what one of the most unlikely real-life romantic scenarios ever shown is in the movies? "When Harry Met Sally."Do you know what the dating situation I currently face in my life is like? I have a good friend who is about a decade younger than I am. When I am 60, he will be -- OK, fine, you can do math, I suppose.
Many younger men seem to be enraptured by older women.
They have a certain amount of respect that differs from an older man.
Though men have been enjoying May-December romances forever, women haven’t been afforded the same freedom necessarily.
Culturally, the older woman/younger man dynamic is perceived as an oddity, or a fluke.
Typical Evening 2: We end up hanging out at his place.