In what seems like a classic case of age difference in a relationship, a woman is questioning her actions after criticizing the man she went on a date with. She finds out that he has a 3-year-old toddler and decides that it is a deal breaker for her. However, she continues to go on the date and only tells him later. He calls her out on it and the conversation takes a heated turn. But who is in the wrong? Is age just a number or is it a valid concern in a relationship? Read on to find out more.
I Told a Man He Was Too Old to Have a Toddler. AITA?
Age ain't just a number, but did she go too far? 🤔
Trying to ghost him, he persisted. How to politely decline? 🤔
Age gap drama: can love conquer all? 🤔
Age-shaming a man for having a toddler at 51. AITA?
Foot in mouth moment leads to awkward dinner and backlash 😬
Am I the A**hole? Let's find out 👀
Too old for a toddler? AITA? 🤔
Age is just a number, but what happens when that number is too high for a toddler? A 51-year-old woman went on a date with a 54-year-old man who had a 3-year-old child. She found out during the date, and it was a deal-breaker for her. However, she continued to see him, but when he wanted to see her again, she told him the truth. He called her a hypocrite since she was a single mom herself, but she argued that her kids were grown. The conversation turned heated, and she told him that having a baby at 51 showed a stunning lack of judgment. Was she in the wrong? Some people agreed with her, while others thought she was being too judgmental. What do you think? Keep reading to find out what other people had to say about this controversial topic.
NTA for telling a man he's too old for toddler 🧒🏻
Mature rejection handling is key 🤝
Standing up for herself against a persistent and disrespectful man 💪
Having a baby at 73 is irresponsible and creepy 👶👴
NTA gives truth bomb in reply, with a classic movie reference 🎥
50-year-old with toddler from 26-year-old, NTA dodged bullet 😂
NTA! You tried to be polite, he kept bugging you 😒👴
Rejecting someone doesn't have to be 'nice.' NTA 😎
Polite attempts to bow out of an awkward situation. 🤝
Age gap, insults, and leveraging: NTA for rejecting him.
Setting boundaries is important. NTA for standing up for yourself.
Not every dinner date deserves a second opportunity. 🍴
Woman explains why she told a man he was too old to have a toddler 💁♀️
NTA for not wanting to deal with a toddler at 25/26 💁♀️
Calling out ageism and disrespect, NTA stands her ground 🙌
Commenter believes having a child over 45 is irresponsible 🤔
You don't owe him an explanation. NTA 👍
Commenter expresses concern over man's past behavior with younger women. 💭
Dodged a bullet 💥. NTA for calling out pushy behavior.
Dodged a bullet and snapped? 💥 NTA for setting boundaries.
Age is just a number, but this comment shows it matters 😬
Setting boundaries in dating: NTA for sticking to them 👍
Men share their vasectomy stories in support of comment.
Commenter empathizes with OP's experience of rejecting men. NTA.
Dating a man with a toddler: Poor planning or red flag?
Age is just a number? NTA for being honest.
Standing up for yourself and setting boundaries. 💪
Setting boundaries and splitting the bill. 🚫💰
Politely declining advances doesn't warrant a dinner payment. NTA.
Age is just a number, but this dad's got some explaining 🤔
Standing up to unwanted advances can be scary. NTA 💪
Honesty hurts - NTA for telling man he's too old 👴🏻👶🏼
Setting boundaries can be tough, but sometimes necessary. 🚫
Calling out bad planning or being judgmental? 🤔
Age is just a number, but entitlement is unacceptable 🙅♀️
Setting boundaries and standing firm, NTA dodged a bullet 🎯
Age ain't nothing but a number...or is it? 🤔
Age-gap parenting raises red flags. NTA for pointing out.
Single mother struggles with 54-yo 'toddler'. NTA.
Refusing partners is okay if done respectfully. NTA 👍
Stand your ground! NTA for setting boundaries 💪
Age is just a number... or is it? 🤔
Dodged a rocket launcher! Commenter questions man's past behavior 🚀
Age is just a number, but a toddler at 50? 😂
Insisting on paying for your own part: Polite or Awkward? 💰
Poor communication, bad start. 🤔 NTA or YTA?
Politely declining a date with a man with young kids. NTA 👍
Standing your ground and calling out red flags 🙌
Setting boundaries is important. 👍
Setting boundaries in dating. 🚫👶🏼