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seeking chubby bttm but might consider a FWB relationship later on, telling her a bit about yourself in the "helpful info" section will improve your chances of getting a response. Not only that, but if we are just friends, and go out to lunch or a concert or whatever, and you are considerably shorter than me, I don't want you walking on your tiptoes trying to be taller than me. I want to wear heels if I desire, not be asked to wear flats. Yes, it's often the guy who has the issue. But also, we don't want to feel like a giant. Does that make me shallow? Yes, it does in a platonic sense. Height, weight shouldn't matter. But what if the platonic relationship evolves into something not-so-platonic? Then it could become a factor. As far as the income goes...if a lady doesn't want to be friends with you over income, then drop her like a bad habit. That truly isolder guy meyounger girl you age race size shallow, phone numbers of milfs in Stapleford lots of great guys aren't rich, and with this economy, most people live to ...although, I do have male platonic friends who I don't meet for lunch or anything else because they cannot afford to go, but ask me to go, and I end up paying for both of us every time. That makes it hard, simply because I don't have the disposable income to afford that. I don't think it is shallow for me to shy away from suggested "meeting for lunch" when I know I will have to pay the total ...again. I do stand by my original post in regards to age though. As a woman in her x 's, there is nothing you can say that will convince me that I have a lot in common with a guy in his x 's. Maybe a few things...a band, a tv show, a movie we both liked, but then what? The same life goals? the same experiences? He wants in the future, but most x year olds already have or are raising their family? My experience with younger men is that they are looking for a sugar momma, or have a MILF fantasy, even when connected via the "Strictly Platonic" section. So I don't respond to the guys. I am sure I am missing out on the occasional true friendship, but I don't think it is worth wading through the BS to find that xxx diamond in the . That being said, I have responded to men older than me, x , x , even x years...and no, I'm not looking for a sugar daddy, and I don't have daddy issues. Older men typiy, but not always, have a good grip on who they are, they don't play the bullshit game, they have experiences to share, and generally respect the word No. So age or other attributes isn't always the deciding factor. Sometimes I will skip a post because of the generality of the post. "I'm bored at work, me" isn't going to get the job d xxx Be original, make your posts stand out, but give us a general idea of who we are talking to, what you would like to discuss... current events? music? the great movie you watched last night? Good luck out there, boys! And please, if you are going to me privately...I really don't care how big your...uh.."buddy" is. Thanks, though...I'll pass. Try Casual Encounters.