An enormously wealthy 65-year-old man falls in love with a young woman in her twenties and is contemplating a proposal.
You missed our wild days and we're settled down now. We've learned a lot from our previous relationships.
As they were about to have a seat, they noticed crumbs on their chair, so they took a napkin, brushed it off, and only then, had a seat. “I’ll have a coffee too, just make sure the cup is clean.” A few minutes later, the waitress came out with the two coffees. ” An older guy is at a bar and he sees a beautiful girl alone at the other end of the bar.
When it was their turn to order, the woman told the waitress that she’d like a cup of coffee. Knowing she is too young for him but relying on his tried and true trusty pick up line he goes up to her and says, “Where have you been all my life?
He qualifies for early bird senior discounts at restaurants.
A lifetime of free tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotations and windshield wiper replacements awaits you. (How long can you talk about trucks, extreme sports and partying anyway? He’s not sleeping on mommy’s couch or living with his parents. You don’t have to worry about him looking at other women.
They may even throw lots of money at you to stop dating him. He’ll provide better, more intelligent and engrossing conversations.
It's not like a guy who's five years older than you is going to be taking you out for the Denny's early bird special ever day before promptly going to bed, but odds are those 5 a.m. We can still drink people under the table, we just don't want to do it at some crappy, crowded dive bar. We don't want to be shoving our way through a bunch of sweaty people to get them. You're going to hear stories about "the old days" and wonder why we aren't as fun anymore. All right, so no one knows what they want, but we've got a job, if not a career, and some money saved up, because we already did that thing where you spend all your money and then have no money.7.
Maybe just one shot of whiskey instead of seven of vodka. We know what we want out of life, and we're probably not going to change it.