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20 / M / Los Angeles
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Posted 3/5/13
Absolutely not.
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M / Las Vegas
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Posted 3/13/13
I've dated women decades older than me so I would say it doesn't bother me at all
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Posted 3/13/13
Nah~
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20 / M / Cedar City,UT
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Posted 3/13/13
not really my friend justin is 30 and im only 19
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27 / F / Lynnwood, Washington
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Posted 3/13/13
That's a grey area with me...

I don't mind having older or younger friends, but if they don't understand the body's function and trust me, I once was sent to a group filled with elderly people (way past menopause\irritable male syndrome AKA low testosterone), then I don't give them the time of day. I currently deal with obnoxiously erratic hormone flows and having someone understand the ebb and flow of hormones during the yearly process usually makes connecting better.

Besides, I usually see elderly people as replacement grandparents as mine live 3,000 miles away from me. So I do respect my elders, but I hate going into relationship that won't last beyond 20 years.

On the other end of the spectrum, I look creepy as it is. I look 15, but I am trying to look my age (25 going on 26) as well as act my age.

Then again, my friends, two of which are a few years younger than me tell me that we don't "grow up" but rather, learn how to behave ourselves.
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33 / F / North Pole
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Posted 3/13/13
Up to a certain point.

I do have friends younger than me, some older.

But like most said, a 60 yrs old guys having a 12 yrs old 'friend' (not relative) is a no.

But in all seriousness, the only thing is with a big age gap is that ppl are in different moments/stages in their lives and most often won't share the same interests,views,opinions.

It's possible but to the limit of the reasonable.
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Posted 3/13/13 , edited 3/13/13
This is highly dependent on the person, maturity and many other factors are involved with if or not a huge age gap can work.
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Posted 3/13/13
nah, sure there might be some kind of cons here and there but i dont think it should matter

though tbh, i dont have younger friends lol but i do have really old ones like in their 40s-50s they are really cool people i have some drinks with
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24 / F / Indiana, USA
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Posted 3/13/13
not really. at my old job i had quite a few coworkers in their 40's and we got along very well.:)
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26 / M / NY
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Posted 3/13/13
In a friendship no many of my closest friends are far older than I, in fact I prefer older friends they often have more experience and more to offer than someone younger. On the other hand I have many younger friends that I can only relate to on a casual level because they are so much younger. Some can't even drink..but they still are invaluable friends.
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21 / M / Cardiff
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Posted 3/16/13
God no, Age doesn't matter in friendship!
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M / Fort Bragg, NC
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Posted 3/16/13
Oh, thought this said marriage.

and no, I'm friends with people of all ages.
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Posted 3/16/13
It depends on the individual.

Personally, I find it's more comfortable to be with people in my age group.

A plus or minus 20 year difference is my limit, so it matters to me somewhat.

Family friends not included. xD (As long as I like them. heh heh.)
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Posted 3/16/13
No, not at all. I am only 19, yet I have friends from work that are in their twenties and thirties.

I think there comes a point where it isn't called a friendship, but something of the sort.
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37 / M / Oklahoma City
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Posted 3/16/13
I don't think it's too big a deal. The important thing is common interests and understanding. Such things are ageless.
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