Im 18 dating 30 year old
Without those weightier responsibilities, Millennial boys (or, for the most part, the ones I’ve encountered) are living this suspended fratboy mentality.
Don’t expect much early on; the good stuff happens later.
Later on, once you’re in and they trust you won’t ruin their reputation, run away with their money (chiefly in the form of wasted presents), or go batsh*t crazy, they’re hooked. So just keep your inner-psycho on a leash for a couple months, kay?
Maybe not mentioning the dumb sh*t you did abroad is a good idea, too.8. Here are the tell-tale signs he’s 30 going on 13: A) He still proactively buys tickets to an EDM concert and can only pontificate about DJs, B) He is incapable of choosing a proper place, date and time for your first meeting (i.e.
"Please let her really be 18, Please let her really be 18, Please let her really be 18" Last thing I want him to hear is "well, I am actually 17, but I act a lot older"Plus I wouldn't think that it'd last very long.
I think that difference is big enough to take me past "who cares?
At 30, if he did one university degree, he's been out of university for ~8 years now.