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Ladies and gentlemen, how old do you think dad life is?For example, if you're in your 20s, you might want to go to clubs like Ginza when you're in your 30s.

I have an image that if you are in the water business, there is a place suitable for your age.

However, I think most people still haven't heard about daddy activities, whether it's a new job or not.

To be honest, I've never even heard of it.

So, in this place, I have no choice but to talk based on my experience.

Speaking from my experience, I remember that dad activities in my 20s were more advantageous in terms of income and contract content than now.

Looking at your current age, have you changed a lot, including your dad activities, your feelings for dads, and how you care about them?Not so if you ask me.

But if you take a closer look, things are surprisingly different. (I think it's the same feeling as Japan's prices are rising. There are times when I realize that I don't know.)

For example, when I was in my 20s, I honestly didn't think about anything that would require attention.

That's why Papa laughed and forgave me when I was a little late, or when I spoke slang, and I didn't feel strange.

But since I'm in my 30's...

First of all, when it comes to being late, I always get scolded lightly by my dad.

"You're late? I've been waiting~!!!"

As for the Tame language, there have been several scenes of carnage that make it a joke. (Of course, I apologize at the end.)

Maybe Papa is also looking at me as an adult, so maybe his reaction has changed as well?and I'm watching

On the contrary, I think that they have something to point out because they accept me as an adult, and I try to take it positively.

However, having said that, I feel that it would have been easier for people in their 20s, who had a sweet daddy, to take daddy life as a job.

Human beings, there is nothing better than having fun and earning money.

After all, if you can relax at work, some people will be able to focus on their hobbies and dreams, and you won't be accumulating stress in your private life.

Furthermore, the fact that I can afford it means that I can be kind to people, and maybe I can become a child who can help in some way.

However, unfortunately, in my 20s, when I was enjoying my life, I didn't think about such a thing.

If I had thought about various things a little more and proceeded with things, I would have saved more money than I have now, and I might have spent my time on other things.

I can't go back to the past.

But if it's just age, then yes.

In fact, the "common sense as a person" that I was mistaken.

If you can clear it, is there anything limited to the basic dad activity?Don't you feel terrible?Surprisingly, the number of people around me who say, "I'm doing daddy activities normally" has increased now.

It should spread to the general public.

So I had an idea.

There are various types of women who work as dads.

For example, what about divorce?Is it really only good for people in their 20s?

I am confident that I can answer this question.

The reason is that there are surprisingly many friends around me who are interested in this. (In terms of age alone, I would also be included)

First, a divorced woman with a child.

In this regard, there is considerable demand among dads.

Even if I say demand, it doesn't mean that I'm a dad who likes having children.

I think women probably understand, but isn't there a surprising number of beautiful women who have children these days?And because I do housework for my children, I can take care of them.

Furthermore, if I may add it, I am good at cooking, and that is why my night life is at a high level.

In other words, there are quite a lot of women who don't know unless they are divorced.

After all, looks matter.

Therefore, if you look young to some extent, there is a high possibility that Papa will like you.

Certainly, there are women who are divorced with children but don't care about their appearance.

I want you to think of this as nonsense.

Of course, I don't think that the people themselves want to put themselves on the scales of their dad activities, so I want to omit that.

However, it is limited to women who keep their beauty.

There are people around me who have divorced children who are at a level that I don't understand unless they tell me.

Of course, I'm still working as a dad, but I get a decent allowance every month, and I'm also doing a separate bar business, so my income is high.

When I asked her about it, it seems that she usually talks to her dad about having a divorced child.

On top of that, it seems that he has a contract as a dad activity.

The dad who has a contract is also a good person, and it seems that he sometimes buys presents for his children and gives them separately from the contracted allowance to add something.

Maybe it's because the girl is beautiful, but I don't think that's the only reason.

I'm sure there's something there that will make daddy happy.

Therefore, even if you have a divorced child, you can see that if you are a person who keeps yourself clean, you can do dad life at all.

By the way, I know about 5 people who have divorced children, but the average age is 39.

older than me.

So, is there an age limit for dad life?

I'm in my 30s, but I can afford it.

Compared to when I was in my 20s, I certainly don't feel like I'm being treated preferentially.

But now that I think about it, when I was in my twenties, we mostly met in hotel lounges.

But now, rather than meeting at hotels, we meet more often at restaurants and boutiques.

The allowance itself doesn't change that much, but if you just talk about the amount of gifts and so on, it may have gone up.

In the past, it was Louis Vuitton, but now she gives me Hermès as a gift.

How do you handle this yourself?I think so.

In the above, I talked about making money by taking it easy, but if you change the way you say it, you might become an adult and be treated as such.

If you think about it, age may not matter when it comes to being a dad, and it cannot be said that being in your 20s is the only advantage.

In fact, I know many women who are similar in age to me and are doing dad activities.

Everyone said that the amount of the allowance itself did not change, but the treatment became an adult.

After that, he said that the places he went to play and the places he ate had also gone up in rank.

However, in proportion to that, he also said that he would be required to behave with dignity, including the way he used words.

How do you personally handle this?right.

I feel like it was easier when I was younger, but if you look at it from the other side, it also leads to being able to grow, so I can't say which one is better.

However, one thing I can say here is that "papa activities are not limited by anything".

Therefore, it is a way of life that any woman can feel comfortable with. (However, if you are a person who is a certain age and want to act as a daddy, it is recommended that you look a little younger. Otherwise, daddy may not deal with you. I would appreciate it if you could think about it inside.)

The shock when I first learned about the dating club was amazing.Since then, I've been hooked.We will continue to transmit reality from a female perspective.

Articles by Kumiko Mine

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