fun_to_make (fun_to_make) wrote,

Rant 1

Is there a new trend going on and I'm so obliviously cool that I became part of it without realizing it? It seems that girls have gotten tired of boys and vice versa. The new obsession is with men and women. Guy Richie first started the trend by datin Madonna. Then Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore. Even a girl (woman!) in my math class was dating a 33 year old. I know what you're thinking; what's the difference? Well, the difference is vast. First it's the age. My boyfriend is 30. That is, he's 11 years older than me. He was in 5th grade when I was born, to put that in perspective. The next thing is experience. He's better at everything than any other boy I have ever dated, and that even includes dating itself. But the real question is; is experience everything?
Sure, he's confident in the bedroom and we have amazing conversations about everything and nothing at the same time. But there seems to be a downside to the age difference as well. He's so jaded. For the first month, it seemed as though all he could talk about is some woman (yeah, woman!), whom he fucked for a month, who secretly had a husband. Talk about an awkward conversation at dinner. It seemed hard for me to grasp. None of my boyfriends, as far as I know, have ever cheated on me. He still talks about her, but not as much as he used to. Which is good, because I was getting tired of hearing about her. Here I am, wanting to just enjoy my lunch, and he wants to talk about what a bad person she is! All I want to talk about is something else, or maybe how much he should be wanting to talk to/about me.
Even though the fooling around is good, he still points out how long it took for me to have the big O. Now this is a downer, because the more he brought it up, the less I even wanted to talk to him. At least he finally took a hint on that one.
All in all I can't complain. He doesn't make fart jokes, nor is he shy about anything important to a woman. Most importantly, he makes me feel like one. He knows just what to say and when to say it. He should know, he's had years of practice...
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