He regularly referred to sex as “getting busy,” or “knocking boots,” which is a lot more of a turn-off when such phrases are used on the first date, believe me.The idiosyncrasy that would finally drive me crazy was his habit of shouting “boo-yeah! Last year, I realized that maybe I should start having stricter standards for who I’ll date.You know, require that a man own a home, have a job, stuff like that.
I thought they’d match my maturity level, would “have their shit together” and would, in general, be better partners for me, the self-professed “old soul”.You might love his deep pockets, but with his great power comes your vulnerability.There is potential that you could never be financially equal to him, accepting this is key.The Sweetest of all is that he has a very wonderful structure that makes him look much more younger than his age.Being an only child to his parent he does not just treat me like a wife he treats me like his favourite kid sister and if not for our kids, alot of people think we are siblings. Well said @kashamyanat, stick to what works for you. If marrying someone younger than you or you are younger than the person or short or long age difference, what matters is; marry someone you will be happy and fulfilled with.