It’s not all peaches and cream-this dating at 50-60+, sweetheart.
I’ve been on Match, eHarmony, OKCupid, and met a lot of women who have had a lot of work done on their faces-not their hearts. Some women I’ve met, cut to the chase and want to know how much money I make, if I own my house, and why I drive a truck.
Four words come to mind: None of Your Business.
Tell The Ladies: don’t interview the guy. Just go on a date and we can learn about each other in good time.
The little old winemaker in Napa
Hey, The little old winemaker in Napa,
You are right! It’s a dance-and we all need to be more gracious and less avaricious and aggressive. For the Record: Women also complain about guys asking their height, weight, their income, and other personal questions on the very first date.
Four words come to mind…And, hey, Frank- I just have to say – your Cabernet and Pinot Noirs are phenomenal!
Peace and love,
Dear Ms. Larkin,
I am a 75, healthy, happy, vibrant and energetic single woman. I teach yoga, hike two miles a day and I really like men. I have a bit of advice.
Tell men: The four things women don’t want to hear about on a first date:
- Do not review your list of prescription drugs
- Don’t bore me with your list of ailments, illnesses and allergies. And, I Don’t want to hear about any operations.
- Don’t talk about your divorce or colonoscopy; to me, they are the same.
- Do not brag about how handsome, wonderful, rich, sexual you used to be. That ship has sailed.
Thanks! I feel better.
Sally S. in Sausalito
Consider it done! Thank you for the pearls..
Peace and love,
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