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By  birds_fml  |  14

Let's say that, theoretically, the husband is not creepy old. The formula for the maximum difference in age without it being creepy is age/2+7. So, the oldest the husband could be without it being creepy is 32. If we assume that they JUST got married, and dated for more than a few weeks before getting married, I'd say the OP was probably 22 when they met, and the husband could've been 30 at most without it being creepy. So if the husband is now 31, then either he had his daughter at 15 and his daughter is 15 now, or maybe he was 16 and she's 14, or some other combination. Or he's a creepy old dude who marries younger women. Either way, YDI for either marrying an old guy, or for marrying a guy who had a kid when he was a teenager. You picked a classy guy, and so you get a guy with an obviously classy daughter. YDI.

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  birds_fml  |  27

Let's say that, theoretically, the husband is not creepy old. The formula for the maximum difference in age without it being creepy is age/2+7. So, the oldest the husband could be without it being creepy is 32. If we assume that they JUST got married, and dated for more than a few weeks before getting married, I'd say the OP was probably 22 when they met, and the husband could've been 30 at most without it being creepy. So if the husband is now 31, then either he had his daughter at 15 and his daughter is 15 now, or maybe he was 16 and she's 14, or some other combination. Or he's a creepy old dude who marries younger women. Either way, YDI for either marrying an old guy, or for marrying a guy who had a kid when he was a teenager. You picked a classy guy, and so you get a guy with an obviously classy daughter. YDI.

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  easrc  |  27

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  RavensRule97  |  27

i could see this. The stepdaughter is 13 years old, and the husband is around 27-30 years old, which means he got a girl pregnant when he was 14-17 years old, which is possible. Its possible hes older than her.

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  americayay  |  27

Well, OP, my 36 year old step-mother, who is a VERY proud step-grandmother always says the same thing about that matter: "That's what happens when you marry old people."

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  BoCo_fml  |  27

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  xNephilim  |  27

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  iloveyouu_24  |  27

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  quepasaguapo  |  27

I was just telling somebody today that saying 'should of' in place of 'should have' is one of those errors that really bugs me. I'm not a grammar nazi, I don't claim to always punctuate everything right and once in a while I get one word confused with another, although it's fairly rare. But so many people write 'should of' or 'could of'and that is one thing that annoys the crap out of me because they don't even realize that they are completely using the wrong word. I don't know every grammar rule, but I am an impeccable speller and I think I have pretty good grammar, and this generation's lack of knowing or even caring pisses me off.

By  Mutsumi_fml  |  5

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By  DumbStruck79  |  5

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Or she could be older, like 60. You do realize there are tons of people who lose their spouse at or before age 60 to things other than old age? Do you think they'd go back and not marry the person if they knew they'd be widowed/a widower a couple decades before they thought? Maybe they'd rather only spend thirty or forty years with someone they're madly in love with than fifty or sixty years with someone they can stand.

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By  lifeinhd  |  8

So let's say her husband's 30. He knocked up a girl at 15, and somehow managed to gain custody of the child (actually, he doesn't even need to for this to work). Then the daughter got knocked up at 15. A 7-year (or so) age discrepancy between husband/wife wouldn't be too bad....

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  baffledkitten  |  8

Agreed! My parents are 7 years apart, so it's really not that unusual. I also know many couples who are anywhere from 6 to 15 years apart. The older you are, the less it seems to matter to people. Still, I can see why the OP is feeling weirded out. :)

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  perdix  |  8

She obviously married a much older man and his daughter can be about the same age as the OP. To me the funny part is that if the OP has kids with her old husband, then the daughter's kid is going to have aunts and uncles younger than it.

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  kewlcat  |  8

this is the stuff im learning in math.. they should make a question like this if suzies step mom is 23, and you're pregnant, how old is the dad? i wouldnt be able to figure it out

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  dave202  |  8

Yeah that might be how it is, but its pretty rare for a mother to get knocked up at 15 then have that daughter get knocked up 15 also, so he most likely is over 30.

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  skating601  |  8

actually, it is proven that if you are a teen parent, there is a higher chance of your kids becoming teen parents. Therefore being, it is most likely that he did have his kid when he was a teenager.

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