She said: “Baby boomers know how to enjoy themselves, both with our own families and a whole host of things that would seem embarrassing to a younger generation.“We are the ones at weddings who get up and dance and have the best time.
I am currently attending the University of Central Missouri; majoring in Crisis and Disaster Management.
I recently saw my boyfriend's email inbox, (he checks his e-mail on my laptop and I'm usually right there) and while he was checking it, I glanced over and noticed e-mails from a XXX "match making" website.
Edwina, 70, said: “I think we were both somewhat startled.
“Most baby boomers keep the sagging flesh covered up, so sharing videos with it all wobbling around is probably not the best advert for being a cool chick in your 70s, in my opinion.” According to 79-year-old maths expert Johnny: “We found it very disturbing.
I'm trying not to worry because maybe he just made it before we were dating, but I still can't help to wonder "what if..." Is this normal for guys to do (kind of like looking at porn), or should I be as worried as I'm trying not to be?
However, I'd hold off on telling your man you did some reconnaissance work by visiting the actual site and poking around his profile page.It's quite possible that he created the profile before you two started dating and just never bothered to take it down.As a matter of fact, some time ago, I was doing research for a story and created an online dating profile.No one likes to feel spied on, especially if it turns out that he simply forgot he even signed up for the dating site.Because he doesn't have pictures up, it seems safe to say he's not actively looking for potential dates.The younger ones haven’t a clue – they think they invented sex but we know that we did.” Edwina told how improved medical care over the 1960s and 70s means today’s pensioners are “living up to” their longer and healthier lives, adding that the best part of growing older is being able to “pick and choose” how to spend your time.