Thankfully, there is a quick and easy way to get a ballpark figure for those women who might be a bit more receptive to your winks, nudges, and drinks sent over via the bartender.You gotta do the math and you gotta find out your Creep Number. So, therefore, the absolute youngest I can go is 34.I was in my 40’s and I was sending lots of winks and messages to women in their 30’s. And I wasn’t getting any responses, and I didn’t know why.Here’s a news flash – there’s a whole lot of women in their 30’s who don’t want to get messages from men who are almost 50.The area between the blue and red lines shows where you are the older partner in the half-age-plus-seven calculation, while the area between the black and blue lines shows where you are the younger partner.In its first known appearances (in the book Her Royal Highness Woman by Max O'Rell, "The little shepherd of Kingdom Come" by John Fox, and the 1951 play The Moon is Blue by F.
For convenience, the line representing x=y is also shown (in blue).Here’s the equation: Your Age / 2 7 = Your Creep Number That’s your age, divided by two, then add 7 to that number. Sometimes the Creep Number and the Age Thermostat number are far away, and that’s a bad thing.For me, I finally had to realize I was not 30 any more.The Creep Number is the the rule of thumb for the lowest age of the women you can date without seeming like a creep. This is a great starting point, but it shouldn’t be where you live. It’s the age of the women that you think you should be dating.I know y’all hate math, but you gotta do it at least one more time. Once I figured out my Creep Number, I then started looking for women who were within 10 years of that number. Sometimes the Creep Number and the Age Thermostat number are close, that’s a good thing.
After spending a few days trying to adjust to the fact that the handsome co-leader of my small group was seven years my junior, I had just realized that he was actually eight years younger!