My friend is dating an older guy
London - To celebrate his 65th birthday, Ronnie Wood took his beautiful 34-year-old girlfriend to Venice, the city of love.
As they cuddled together in a gold-encrusted gondola, Sally Humphreys leaned in adoringly for a lingering kiss - from a man almost old enough to be her grandad. His thin, wrinkled lips were puckered like those of a man who had misplaced his dentures.
His crepey skin stretched across his thin, boney face, his sun-damaged hand reached for her slender knee, his turkey neck wobbled in anticipation of a night of passion. One can only imagine that when they did make love, Miss Humphreys laid back and thought of the Bank of England.
How else can you explain the love affair between the scarecrow Wood and this lovely theatre producer?
The pattern is always the same: rich, successful older man pairs up with unknown young woman.But after the first flutter of love and £50 notes, do these women really have any idea what is in store for them?As I discovered recently at a gathering of thirty to fifty-something women who were all single and dating, a younger woman pays an especially heavy price to be with a much older man.You only have to look closely at the picture of Ronnie Wood to see what they’re in for.He’s not only dyed his hair, he’s also dyed his eyebrows.
But while this may knock off a few years when he’s dressed, when he revealed himself in all his wrinkly majesty, Ms Humphreys will have discovered that he’s not a natural brunette, if you catch my drift.