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Results of around 50 women registering at a dating club

This time, I will be talking about when I, who is around 50, registered at a dating club.

I hope this will be helpful to women who are thinking of finding a father through a dating club.

It was a few months ago that I applied to a certain dating club.

I learned about the dating club on the internet.

My motivation for applying was that I thought it would be more likely that I would be able to meet a wealthy father through a dating club than through a dating site.

The rest is curiosity.

The upper age limit in the application conditions was written as 40 years old, and sometimes it was written as 45 years old, and in either case, it was (significantly) over.

However, there was information that there was no upper age limit, so I decided to apply using the online application form.

I'm well aware that it's reckless for an early 50s woman to apply to a dating club where men looking for young women gather, but my policy is, ``If I'm going to regret not doing it, I'd rather try it and regret it.'' ”So.

As expected, I would not be able to register if I was forced to return, so I thought this was my last chance to register at the dating club.

When I sent a message using the dating club's application form, I received a reply the next day.


Thank you for your application!
It's a dating club.

First of all, we will be conducting an initial screening using photos, so could you please send us an unedited photo of your face and full body?

Once we receive confirmation, we would be happy to provide you with further details.
We apologize for the inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding. ”

First screening?

Isn't there a first screening for young women? (I wonder if there is?)

For now, I took a selfie of my face and full body. 📷

I was able to get a picture of someone who was playing a commercial from the Showa era, ``Beautiful people are more beautiful, and those who aren't are just as they are.''

I wanted to make it beautiful, but since I'm around 50, I didn't know how to do it, so I sent it as is.

As long as it's not too bad, you'll probably pass the first screening, and now it's time to go to the interview!

I went to the interview wearing a knit and the only flare skirt I own (I wear pants about 1 days out of 365).

I got a little lost and ended up dashing around in high-heeled pumps that I wasn't used to wearing.

I arrived at the building where the interview was held 5 minutes before the scheduled appointment.

My heart was pounding as I pressed the intercom.

"Hello. My name is Sayuri and I have made an appointment for an interview since ◯."

The person in charge of the interview was in his 30s? She was a beautiful woman.

Rather than a friendly atmosphere, it seemed like they were working in an administrative manner.

Seeing me like PJ's mother, she may have felt less excited, thinking, ``Even if I were in charge of this, I wouldn't be able to make any sales.''

The interview progressed smoothly, but I would like to share with you the questions I asked, including my own imagination (the interviewer's inner voice).

“Do you have any experience as a dad? (Yes, you do.)”

“Is it okay if there is a physical relationship? (No option is not available)”

“Why did you decide to become a dad? (At that age)”

“How much do you want per month?”

“I work as a full-time employee, and I only need a little extra time, so I'd say around 50,000 to 80,000 yen a month (conservatively).”

"That's reasonable (sounds good)"

“Is it okay for a man to be in his 70s or 80s?”

“I feel like older people are more pampered.”

“If someone your age or younger comes to visit you, you’ll be like, ``What’s going on? Huh←.”

I was asked many other questions, but what I remember is

-Which do you value more, money or feelings?

・What kind of work do you do?

・Do you have any hobbies or special skills?

・Are there any appealing points that you can use to get people to choose you from a large number of women?

・Is it S? Is it M?

And finally

I was asked, "What type of relationship would you like?"

The relationship types explained are as follows.

Type A...I basically want a date for tea or dinner. I don't want a relationship, including a physical one.

B1 type: If you go on multiple dates and the two of you feel the same way, there is a possibility that a relationship will develop.

B2 type...The first time is just a meal. There is a possibility that the relationship will develop from the second time.

Type C...If the feelings match each other from the first day, there is a possibility that a relationship will develop.

D type...If you invite her smartly from the first day, there is a possibility that it will develop into a relationship.

If you say type A, you'll be immediately kicked out.

"I've only met men a few times, but I've never had an adult relationship with them..."

My idea is that a relationship that starts quickly ends quickly, so I place great importance on the process that leads to an adult relationship.
If necessary, go on 10 or 20 dates with your child to get to know each other and build a relationship of trust.
I was convinced that he was the right person, and I bonded with him, and the relationship continued for 5 to 10 years.

“(Ha) Well, I’ll go with type B1 (if you’re in your early XNUMXs, type D, right?)”

I answered the questions honestly with a smile on my face, but I guess I didn't leave a very good impression on the interview staff.

After that, we moved around the room and took photos.

"I don't want to show my face because I'd be embarrassed if someone I know found out."

“If you do that, you won’t get any offers!”

Easily rejected.

There were a lot of nice clothes hanging on hangers in the room, but I didn't change my clothes (they lent me the stiletto pumps), posed as I was told, and took photos right away. it's over.

The worst part was filming the video.

This is the first time in my life that a video was taken.

First, I was asked to stand, circle around, and bow.

Around 50, she staggers in stiletto heels.

Next, I had to sit down on a chair and answer the staff's questions, but I was so nervous that my mind went blank.

When I was frozen, the Sparta staff said, ``Keep going!''

I think his face was drawn and his speech was slurred, making him look suspicious.

"Yes, it's fine. I'll let you know the results within a week."

I didn't feel like asking for a retake, and I didn't have the courage to ask to see the video, so I trudged out of the room.

I feel gloomy thinking that that horror video (which I have no way of confirming) will be exposed to my parents.

If you say that's your true self, you're right.

The next day, for some reason, I received an email saying I had passed.

However, even after several months, there are no offers, and only one man (probably a staff member) has added it to his favorites.

In conclusion, it is relatively easy for early 50s women to register for a dating club, but it is difficult to receive offers.

In the end, I left the dating club without receiving a single offer.

A dating club where wealthy gentlemen with reliable identities are registered.

Recommended for women in their 20s and 30s who want to be a father with peace of mind.
At a social club, you may be able to receive some pocket money just for tea and meals.

However,Matching apps and dating sites are more suitable for women around 50 to target niche demand.

There is no need to expose your face to an unspecified number of men.

If it's a matching app or dating site, there is definitely a demand for people in their early 50s.

In fact, even though I'm around 50, I've had long-term relationships with wonderful dads I met through matching apps and online dating sites, and I've also recently gotten to know a director dad and a clown dad. (I'm still thinking about whether or not we'll have an adult relationship)

Women who want to find a father are recommended to use dating sites, matching apps, and social clubs depending on their age and purpose.

Thank you for reading for me until the end.


I'm working as a father around XNUMX.Oldest dad ever? (lol)

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