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The older gentleman and the younger lady

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From my friend, the retired PNP senior member, there is no crime unless the parents complain - or you go to the bigger cities where DCWD is bored and doesn't like foreigners...  His example?  I could hire a katabung under 18 with the parents' permission...  No charges...  But if we go travelling and DCWD thinks there might be more to it (even a thought), yes, that can bring charges.  I asked about my Asawa's daughter and nephew (his mom's an OFW) and he said No Problem - but get a Power of Attorney stipulating that mom's related and out of country.  Will this pass?  He did say that if anyone have us a problem, call him...  He still is quite connected and powerful...

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Older man and...  Ouch!  I just turned 29...  I mean 29...  I mean 29/62 the other day...  My Asawa is a very mature almost 22...  Her mom left when she was a young teen and, even though she's the middle sister, she was the one to look after everybody...  A single mom at 16 and she had to grow up quickly...  Both sides of her family say that we were made for each other...  Especially when the boys have the Tanduay or Red Horse flowing...  Hehe..!  I was worried when we started to get close - what would her parents say...?  Hmm...  According to her birth certificate, dad is over 20 years older than mom...  😊

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Hopefully still on topic but has anyone noticed the changes in females here depending on their ages compared to the West? 

I've pretty much narrowed down Western women to three mood changes.  18 to 25 they are immature and want to try new things but are mainly into superficial things.  25 to 30 they start thinking of families and settling down but still keep an interest in partying.  30 upwards they get head strong and stuck in their ways. . 

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My asawa says it took an older man to reign her in, and give her the stability she needed.  I never gave much thought to age differences until I was in this situation, being 20+ years older.  It does have its advantages and mutual benefits. 

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9 hours ago, i am bob said:

From my friend, the retired PNP senior member, there is no crime unless the parents complain - or you go to the bigger cities where DCWD is bored and doesn't like foreigners...  His example?  I could hire a katabung under 18 with the parents' permission...  No charges...  But if we go travelling and DCWD thinks there might be more to it (even a thought), yes, that can bring charges.  I asked about my Asawa's daughter and nephew (his mom's an OFW) and he said No Problem - but get a Power of Attorney stipulating that mom's related and out of country.  Will this pass?  He did say that if anyone have us a problem, call him...  He still is quite connected and powerful...

It all seems a little too lacking in actual facts to hang your defence upon - I wouldn't want to be depending on favours to keep out of jail.  

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Step-children and nephews and nieces (by marriage) under 18...fine . 

More distantly related ...or not at all...under 18, ...not fine. 

 

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11 hours ago, graham59 said:

Step-children and nephews and nieces (by marriage) under 18...fine . 

More distantly related ...or not at all...under 18, ...not fine. 

 

And "she told me she was 18" is not a defense if she turns out to be younger. 

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