In­tro­duc­ing, The Dat­ing Math For­mula

Re­search says that there’s an age range you should abide by when it comes to love, and it goes some­thing like this...

Cosmopolitan (India) - - UPFRONT -

It seems there is a cal­cu­la­tion that gives you the ideal age of peo­ple you should have a scene with. At Cosmo, we call it Dat­ing Math. Here’s how it works: when it comes to fig­ur­ing out the youngest per­son you should be with, ap­ply this for­mula—half your age and add seven. So, if you’re 26, dat­ing a 20-year-old is ab­so­lutely okay, but an 18-year-old is strictly off lim­its. And your old­est match? Take your cur­rent age, sub­tract seven, and mul­ti­ply it by two. Let’s take the case of ru­moured cou­ple Lana Del Ray and Axl Rose. At 25, she is dat­ing some­one ex­actly twice her age. Put this math in place, and Axl is 14 years too old for her. The youngest woman Axl Rose could get away with dat­ing should be 32 (like Jen­nifer Love He­witt). And the old­est per­son for Lana—36-year-old rap­per 50 Cent.

Jen­nifer Love He­witt Lana Del Ray and Axl Rose

50 Cent

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