*sigh*nameless wrote: ↑6 months agoI have my past history/experience to base my beliefs on so I'm going to believe what I'm going to believe until the world teaches me otherwise. I'm not going to change what I believe just because some internet people who know nothing about me or my history tell me I'm wrong. If I get my hair back and I discover women are (somewhat) less interested in me than I anticipated then of course I'll have to adjust my plans. I'll do whatever I have to when reality sinks in.
I do not plan to get involved with a lot of 19-year old women. I think I'll get some 19-year old women but mostly I'll go for them in their 20s. If I said I would only get involved with 19-year-old babes if/when I get my hair back I didn't mean that literally. I just meant beautiful hot young women. Even when I had my hair I was mostly involved with women in their 20s.
And keep in mind that more and more products are coming to market that make people appear younger AND real treatments for the aging process (that can actually reverse at least some aging) are also coming to market. Now of course the products that can really reverse at least some aging are not proven yet but a few are in trials and more are going into trials. Anti-aging senescence human trials are already happening for example and results.so far are hopeful. A couple are in phase 1 trials as we speak.
Very good products to make people look younger are entering the market place all the time. Nifty products that do this are already in the marketplace and would be highly effective on me since I have very few signs of aging. And I pay attention to how the developmental products that *might* actually really reverse some aging are panning out.
Look I hope it works out for you. I don't wish for you are anyone here to fail in doing what they want to. I just think your expectations are a little high. Even if it's not a hot 19 year old but a beautiful 25-29 year old, those women are often set on successful/handsome men in their late 20s-30s, if you are pushing 50 you'll be in for a rude awakening, most likely. I'm 26 and married to a man who's 31, I think the 5 year age gap is perfect but I would not feel hot about a man in his 50s. Maybe early 40s if it was the right guy. If you asked me when I was 19 though, I would have never gone for a man in his 40s and beyond. I have always been interested in older men but when I say "older" I don't mean men that could be my grandfather. When I was 17 I started going out with a man who was 15 years older and that was pushing it for me, all my friends could not believe their eyes, they were all going out with boys in their teens or very early 20s. Even now most of my friends are dating men in their 20s, some rare occasions 30s. But it's fine if you prove me wrong, good for you if you do manage to live the lifestyle you want.