Rules for dating someone older than you
Go back in time for a hot second: Remember that relationship you had in high school that you thought would last a lifetime.Maybe you were homecoming king and queen and your love story was so magical it must have been written by Cupid himself, right?
Leave 22 year old for 30 minute stretches of time to flirt with girls in different parts of the bar.
If she sees three or more girls laughing along with you, bonus points. If 29 year old tells you some random guy flirted with her today, show a hint of jealousy.
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A young woman is extra-sensitive to the subtle signals that a man gives off when he is a little too happy to be with her.
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