People who've reached 110 can pretty much do whatever the fuck they want, provided they aren't breaking any laws outside of drug ones. Because you have achieved, against all possible odds, the mindset of a normal rational human being. To reiterate something said by a certain banned person : It's like "I could've raped my girlfriend, but I didn't! Keep in mind that this formula is to find creepiness, not legality.
If someone 110 wants to continue doing coke every day, I'm not going to stop it. As long as it's not illegal, it's not creepy for anyone to date anyone?
Dunno, if you work with mathematical models of reality often enough (i.e.
if you are a physicist), and trust me, some are pretty dismal (yes, I'm talking to you, plasma physicists), you really stop worrying about the fact that the model isn't particularly good, or at least stop discussing it, and worry about it implicitly.
Please keep in mind that I'm not putting forward a point of view or attacking anyone's elses.
I'm just asking if creepiness is irrelevant to the age, as long as it's past the age of consent.
I'm not old enough to experience it myself but from what I can tell, 10-20 year age gaps don't seem remotely weird or creepy for people over the age of 40 or so.
If someone 110 wants to continue doing coke every day, I'm not going to stop it. So the fact that the range gets pretty large starting somewhere around is based on people past their mid-30s having enough life under their belt to make good decisions for themselves.
The problem is that both the equation "y = x", which just maps age over time, and "y = x / 2 7", the dating-range formula, are each linear, an so at a certain point the lines grow unrealistically far apart, like where a 60 year old can date a 37 year old.
When thinking about it, I figured what you'd want is some kind of curve that had an asymptote parallel to y = x, that way ages wouldn't become unrealistically far apart. What's wrong with a 60 year old dating a 37 year old?
More so I don't think that the age of the other party(/parties) are that relevant.
I see why there's a need for some sort of (legislative/social/whatever) barrier, and I see no better way to address the problem; but the point is that it doesn't work for everyone! Compared to /b/ you are almost flawless This is what is wrong with this fora.