Sure, why not?
To be fair though, I think the poster means that if you don't know the personality, and you just stand, say a 17-year-old next to a 30-year-old, which one would you choose? That is REALLY shallow though. LOL! Also, it would depend on how good-looking each was I think, but that's just me. I'm not a dude, so I don't really know.
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Yeah, but now we're in different territory, this is more than a romp.As corny as I know this is going to sound, I find more than just appearance to be attractive. Things like a sense if humor counts for a lot. I'd much rather be with someone whose fun (and thinks I'm fun) than someone who won't go on the roller coaster because it'll mess up her hair.
Oh, and Mr. RiverDad. Don't think that your wife might not see some hot guy with a much hotter bod than yours and perhaps do a little fantasizing of her OWN. LOL!
I love modern times.
It's an interesting question but I guess it all depends on the situation and the people involved.
My question is to anyone who is married to, or with a partner with a large age difference, who they feel strongly is their "soulmate". Would knowing how strong that connection is between you now have mattered then if you had met when one was 16 and the other 23? Would you just have walked away from that knowingly just because of it is a cultural taboo?
I think it does depend on the people.
A social worker and her aged client...
I love the smell of face-palm in the morning!
"You ain't no Muslim bruv!"