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Inter2002
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Looking younger helps?

Post by Inter2002 » March 25th, 2015, 9:09 pm

Is it true that when guys look years younger than their actual age it's truly to their advantage? I tend to look younger even though I'm 28 years old. If I were to loose weight, get facial and neck fat grafting, and get rid of acne scars then I would look 18-19ish. So therefore girls 18-20 years of age would approach me. I have this thing for young girls ages 18-20. But it seems that in this society here in America it's frowned upon. I could get away with lying my age, and or dating 18-20 year old girls in a developing countries i.e Eastern Europe, Latin America.

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Re: Looking younger helps?

Post by fightforlove » March 25th, 2015, 11:13 pm

I was a late bloomer/late puberty/late growth spurt and have always looked several years younger for my age. It was to my disadvantage until 30-ish. It's not cool to be a 22-year-old guy and have people treating you like you're 16, or to be 26 and have people guessing you to be 18-20. It finally has come to my advantage in my early-30s, since people now assume I'm 25-ish. I can hang out with early/mid-20s women and not stand out.

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Re: Looking younger helps?

Post by Inter2002 » March 26th, 2015, 12:31 am

fightforlove wrote:I was a late bloomer/late puberty/late growth spurt and have always looked several years younger for my age. It was to my disadvantage until 30-ish. It's not cool to be a 22-year-old guy and have people treating you like you're 16, or to be 26 and have people guessing you to be 18-20. It finally has come to my advantage in my early-30s, since people now assume I'm 25-ish. I can hang out with early/mid-20s women and not stand out.
Do you get to lie about your age?

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Re: Looking younger helps?

Post by MrMan » March 26th, 2015, 3:38 am

Looking younger may help you if you are 40. If you are 28, having surgery to look younger probably isn't going to do much for you unless you look unnaturally old.

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Re: Looking younger helps?

Post by Hero » March 26th, 2015, 11:24 am

fightforlove wrote:I was a late bloomer/late puberty/late growth spurt and have always looked several years younger for my age. It was to my disadvantage until 30-ish. It's not cool to be a 22-year-old guy and have people treating you like you're 16, or to be 26 and have people guessing you to be 18-20. It finally has come to my advantage in my early-30s, since people now assume I'm 25-ish. I can hang out with early/mid-20s women and not stand out.
Same here, I didn't become attractive to women until I was 32. Now I'm 47 but I still look very boyish. In some of my photos I could swear I look 25.

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Re: Looking younger helps?

Post by fightforlove » March 26th, 2015, 7:22 pm

Inter2002 wrote:
fightforlove wrote:I was a late bloomer/late puberty/late growth spurt and have always looked several years younger for my age. It was to my disadvantage until 30-ish. It's not cool to be a 22-year-old guy and have people treating you like you're 16, or to be 26 and have people guessing you to be 18-20. It finally has come to my advantage in my early-30s, since people now assume I'm 25-ish. I can hang out with early/mid-20s women and not stand out.
Do you get to lie about your age?
I don't lie about my age, but I don't volunteer it unless asked. A lot of girls do ask my age (it's an IOI), then they always say "you look/seem younger".

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Re: Looking younger helps?

Post by fightforlove » March 26th, 2015, 7:27 pm

Hero wrote:
fightforlove wrote:I was a late bloomer/late puberty/late growth spurt and have always looked several years younger for my age. It was to my disadvantage until 30-ish. It's not cool to be a 22-year-old guy and have people treating you like you're 16, or to be 26 and have people guessing you to be 18-20. It finally has come to my advantage in my early-30s, since people now assume I'm 25-ish. I can hang out with early/mid-20s women and not stand out.
Same here, I didn't become attractive to women until I was 32. Now I'm 47 but I still look very boyish. In some of my photos I could swear I look 25.
Yup. In my 20s, I was skin-and-bones, looked like a teenager. I wore some cool, albeit gaudy clothes, but was also probably just a bit awkward looking. I started lifting weights at 30, changed my diet, changed my clothes/image up a bit. Now I look noticeably better than I did in my 20s and get a lot more females checking me out.

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