A buzzy yet somehow relaxing bar, Refuel is an ethereal experience in the heart of Soho.
Its quirky, colourful design is typical of the Firmdale group, stunning with a lightness of touch rarely found in hotel bars.
Let’s face it: Being preoccupied with finding “the one” just sucks.
You think about it nonstop, none of your conversations would pass the Bechdel test, and it creates a cycle of mania and self-loathing that's entirely dependent on male attention.
Much to my surprise, when overlaying a line representing the rule of thumb on Kenrick and Keefe’s results (see red line in the figure below), you can see it closely matches the low end of the range (i.e., youngest preferred) for all but the oldest men.
You’re unhappy, and the people closest to you are tired of hearing about it. Make “it will happen when it’s supposed to happen” your mantra.
Not only will it ground you in peace, but you’ll send out good vibes to potential mates.
A common rule of thumb, at least on the internet, is that it’s okay to be interested in someone “half your age plus seven” years.
According to this rule, it would not be creepy for a 30 year old to date a 22 year-old, but an 18 year-old would be off-limits.