Mr. May was handsome with a nice body. He was dressed in nice, new clothes with a faux pas or two. He had on very stylish jeans with super expensive sneakers, a nice shirt, a puffy, belt and suspenders.
You read that right.
His haircut was neat and he was very well groomed. He was rocking a pair of Beats and loving every minute of the beginning of his journey.
Ms. December was on point. Head-to-toe on point. Casual but stylish travel wear. She was doing a bit of work but paying attention to her love as well. They looked like a couple in love.
When they were boarding the plane they passed by me and I overheard Mr. May say, "I thought we were sitting up front? My ticket said B-13. Ms. December didn't say anything really and they continued on to the find two seats together.
I was talking to a friend about this and asking her if she'd ever be able to be in a relationship with someone where she was the more enlightened in the um..."living well" department and whether or not she thinks she'd do well in a relationship where she had to teach a young man about life. She was of the mind that she probably couldn't because, "That shit would get tiresome quickly."
I reiterated that old boy was quite the looker and that old girl seemed pretty happy with her youngin and the friend said that it would be fun for a while but that yeah...it would get old. She'd feel like she was raising him and that all men like that end up feeling some kinda way because you were doing better than them and are quick to forget what all you've enlightened them on and go find some younger woman to pass along that knowledge to so that they can finally feel like a real man.
What do YOU think? If you were older and more established, would you be able to have a relationship with someone young and considerably less established?