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Last year, I realized that maybe I should start having stricter standards for who I’ll date.You know, require that a man own a home, have a job, stuff like that.We called it the “Grown Men in 2010” challenge, and endeavored to meet as many men at least ten years older than us, but not old enough to be our fathers, as we could.After about a year of this nonsense, I learned that dating the grown and sexy is just not for me, for six good reasons: 1. I dated Steve, 41, and he was a fun guy, but half of what came out of his mouth seemed like it was from a outtake.The neighbors thought it was odd, but 93 year old Morton was dating again.One Monday morning Morton woke up with a funny feeling that something important happened last night.She is ready to go back to school and pursue the career she put on hold for her family.

On the other hand, young adult men are more focused on the need for significance.Finding those restrictions a bit picky, a friend and I devised a new strategy: We’d spend 2010 focusing on dating older guys.It made sense: they have good jobs, they’re settled and own homes, and they’ve finally gotten to the point in their lives where they know how to treat a woman.” whenever he made a particularly funny joke, saw something interesting, or really just anytime he felt like it. I could not deal with Sam’s wardrobe, and as much as I know all 42-year-old men don’t dress as badly as he did, I’m still sort of traumatized.Being around him was like reliving all of the most mediocre catch-phrases of 1992. He probably never dressed well anyway, but he somehow stopped updating his look around the time that ribbed turtlenecks and Rocawear cargo jeans were hot, and he’s not the only man of his age that I’ve seen rocking pants that look inspired by the Michael Jordan Jean Collection. When I first met Will, 42, he admitted that he needed a haircut, an admission that wasn’t necessary because it was clear that he did.

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