Dating kid man
That’s actually the one I married and spent far too much time dressing for certain occasions during our marriage. and several ties that I'm sure he'll never wear again.
DO be lovey dovey, but DON' T nickname him something based on his age (Fancypants is cool, though).I have dated a few guys who would definitely qualify as a “man child.” There was the tattooist who had three roommates at the age of 35 and was always broke, the “artist” whom I was constantly paying for, because “I’m going to pay you back after I sell my next piece, I swear,” and the “musician” whom I actually married and realized I wasn’t just the breadwinner, but his caretaker in many ways, as well. But the problem with the man child is that once they reach a certain age, all hope is lost. Planning to get a real job, planning to pay their rent on time, planning for us to go on a date to someplace other than the dive bar around the corner….