When this question comes up in conversation, someone inevitably cites the “half your age plus seven” rule.
This rules states that by dividing your own age by two and then adding seven you can find the age boundary: Take your age, subtract 7, and double it.
Unfortunately, I’m definitely not 21 any more, and 30 is, well, not that much older than me.
In other words, I think I need to expand my age range. Obviously I’m not advocating using this as a strict guide to whom you can or cannot date. ”) or logic, but I do know plenty of couples who are happy and way out of the age range.
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If its a relationship, then you need to find someone who is/has things in common with you, which includes life experiences and things in common. However, its all subjective and personal preferences.i suck at mathi just know I wouldnt date anyone more then 5 yrs younger, and even that seems too much.
And older, about the same - but here, personality plays a huge factor.
I dont mind "older" in age, as long as he is "younger" in it doesnt matter if its sex or for a relationship...
I prefer them around my age I also use the 10 year rule but my version of it. The oldest I can go would be 72...would be like dating my grandpa, although he was just a few years older than that, and My dad would've been 62!