Friday, July 23, 2010

Wanted: Dating Tips for the Elderly

Do they have books on how to date when you dated 100 years ago and you sound like an interrogator whenever you DO go on dates?

"How long have you been divorced?"

"How long were you married?"

"How many marriages have you had?"

"Any serious relationships since you divorced?"

"Do you have children?"

"Any living with you now?"

"What type of work do you do?"

"Got plans for retirement?"

"Do you drive fast?"

"Do you drive slow?"

"Have you ever been arrested?"

"Any contagious diseases?"

"Is your hair real?"

"Have you ever done drugs?"

"Are you on drugs now?"

"Would you be willing to take a polygraph?"


It's just not as simple as it used to be.

Or maybe I'm....

                                 just  not....

                                                        as interested.

Tips welcome.


  1. The reason you need to ask the questions is because you're a whole lot smarter now than you were then. Age has its advantages. If they aren't willing to answer the questions, they aren't for you, girlfriend.

  2. Yeah. Listen to your sister...

  3. It's just so many more questions now vs THEN! And the list goes on and on and ON! Gotta have the "want to."

  4. Ask for references and CHECK them out.
    Also do a background check.
    It's all so romantic, isn't it?! NOT!!

  5. You made me laugh out loud but yes, the questions must be asked and ANSWERED!

  6. This is hilarious, but, unfortunately true!

  7. I totally agree with the questions, I lost my wife five years ago and I have dated three woman. Have I been surprised. They claim to be Christians, different standard than Im use too.