There’s nothing for middle aged men to be proud of there, Glenn. It’s just defining deviancy down.
TO: Stephen Green
….it’s probably a lowered standard of expectations, in most cases.
On the other hand, it could be a function of FINALLY finding a woman that is more perfectly compatible.
On the third hand, you could be right.
As a confirmed batchelor/player I disagree with said conclusions. Male age 40′s, financially secure, not rich, and not physically deformed is by far the very best decade for sex life satisfaction. Said satisfaction being based on the quality of partners, not quantity. Age 50+ no comparison.
Above predicated on the fact that the whole survey would be invalidated by including the, I’m jealous of, happily married contigent of any and all age groups.
Defining deviancy down?
And here I thought that was my job. And you just wait, whippersnapper. Your time will, er, come.
You just care a lot less.
TO: Mike Daley
“I disagree with said conclusions. Male age 40′s, financially secure, not rich, and not physically deformed is by far the very best decade for sex life satisfaction.” — Mike Daley
…and you are ‘how old’?
Did you catch where Glenn read that: in the February issue of BJU International
Didn’t know they had their own school.
Stephen, or it could be what an ol’ fella I once worked said, “A little bit of that stuff goes a lot further now than it used to.”
Even maturity doesn’t put a stop to braggadocio
As of this comment time,
63.5 years on this planet!
Of course, tnx to cancer, I can’t really comment on time post 50 something. But, will continue to praise the 40 something years as the best ever.
You all would sell your souls to know the women I knew in my 40′s.
TO: Mike Daley
RE: Point of Reference
“63.5 years on this planet!
Of course, tnx to cancer, I can’t really comment on time post 50 something.” — Mike Daley
Thanks for the clarifications.
From my perspective, 55, things have just been getting better and better.
In my case, I suspect it is because of two aspects I mentioned above; lowered expectations and finally finding the perfect mate. Probably more the latter than the former.
I’d been married twice before and each was a disaster.
She’s a cross between the woman described in Proverbs 31 and the Song of Solomon.