Woman, 30, says she originally planned to 'milk 63-year-old boyfriend dry' - but now she's in love

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By James Kay

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A woman who went into a relationship to "milk 63-year-old boyfriend dry" claims that she has now fallen in love with him.

Carrie, 30, ventured into the world of online dating, specifically on the popular app Tinder. Her quest to find the perfect match led her to push the age settings upwards, hoping to increase her chances of connecting with potential partners in her area.

This decision would lead her to meet 63-year-old Randy.

As documented in a YouTube video by Love Don't Judge, the couple's initial encounter might seem like the plot of a potential romantic comedy. Carrie was intrigued by the frequency of Randy's vacations, and as she put it: "I actually thought it was going to be a business transaction."

Carrie, who described herself as a "stay-at-home girlfriend," admitted: "My first intention when I met Randy was to basically milk him dry. I wanted to get from him what I could and peace out."

Randy, on the other hand, recalled how Carrie occasionally reached out to him, asking for financial help. However, one day, she decided to turn her life around, and, as Randy put it, she "disappeared."

Carrie recounted: "I didn't message him for months. I said I'm going to change my life, I'm going to do the right thing, I'm going to work a job. I was walking to work, I didn't have a car."

Her sudden absence raised concerns from Randy, prompting him to reach out. In a heartfelt gesture, he purchased a BMW for her, ensuring she didn't have to walk to work at night during her graveyard shift.

"After a year of talking, I decided to meet him in person because my life was getting a bit better because of him," Carrie revealed. "He was helping me out long distance, and I felt sorry that I was neglecting him and his feelings when he was doing so much for me."

Randy's initial attraction was immediate, as he recalled: "When I first met her, I was like 'wow - she's hot'."

Carrie's feelings for Randy deepened when he asked her to list all of her problems and promised to help her address them one by one. She explained: "He said to me, 'If you give me a year, I'll change your life'."

While Carrie maintains that she's no longer using Randy for his financial support, social media users have expressed doubts, often labeling her as a "gold digger with daddy issues." Facing societal judgment, she shared: "People stare, sometimes I catch them pointing. I've seen them make fun of us, me especially."

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The pair struck up an unlikely relationship via Tinder. Credit: Oscar Wong/Getty

She recounted an incident at a restaurant when the staff assumed she was Randy's daughter, even though she occasionally corrected them, she often preferred not to "embarrass people" and later shared an awkward kiss after the meal.

Randy believes that Carrie's initial intentions have evolved, stating: "I don't think Carrie is using me for my money because I've seen a change in the way she treats me. In the beginning, yes, but in the last two or three years, no."

Together, they declared: "To the haters, I like the attention, baby. And I have it, and she comes home with me every night."

Featured image credit: Tim Robberts/Getty

Woman, 30, says she originally planned to 'milk 63-year-old boyfriend dry' - but now she's in love

vt-author-image

By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

A woman who went into a relationship to "milk 63-year-old boyfriend dry" claims that she has now fallen in love with him.

Carrie, 30, ventured into the world of online dating, specifically on the popular app Tinder. Her quest to find the perfect match led her to push the age settings upwards, hoping to increase her chances of connecting with potential partners in her area.

This decision would lead her to meet 63-year-old Randy.

As documented in a YouTube video by Love Don't Judge, the couple's initial encounter might seem like the plot of a potential romantic comedy. Carrie was intrigued by the frequency of Randy's vacations, and as she put it: "I actually thought it was going to be a business transaction."

Carrie, who described herself as a "stay-at-home girlfriend," admitted: "My first intention when I met Randy was to basically milk him dry. I wanted to get from him what I could and peace out."

Randy, on the other hand, recalled how Carrie occasionally reached out to him, asking for financial help. However, one day, she decided to turn her life around, and, as Randy put it, she "disappeared."

Carrie recounted: "I didn't message him for months. I said I'm going to change my life, I'm going to do the right thing, I'm going to work a job. I was walking to work, I didn't have a car."

Her sudden absence raised concerns from Randy, prompting him to reach out. In a heartfelt gesture, he purchased a BMW for her, ensuring she didn't have to walk to work at night during her graveyard shift.

"After a year of talking, I decided to meet him in person because my life was getting a bit better because of him," Carrie revealed. "He was helping me out long distance, and I felt sorry that I was neglecting him and his feelings when he was doing so much for me."

Randy's initial attraction was immediate, as he recalled: "When I first met her, I was like 'wow - she's hot'."

Carrie's feelings for Randy deepened when he asked her to list all of her problems and promised to help her address them one by one. She explained: "He said to me, 'If you give me a year, I'll change your life'."

While Carrie maintains that she's no longer using Randy for his financial support, social media users have expressed doubts, often labeling her as a "gold digger with daddy issues." Facing societal judgment, she shared: "People stare, sometimes I catch them pointing. I've seen them make fun of us, me especially."

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The pair struck up an unlikely relationship via Tinder. Credit: Oscar Wong/Getty

She recounted an incident at a restaurant when the staff assumed she was Randy's daughter, even though she occasionally corrected them, she often preferred not to "embarrass people" and later shared an awkward kiss after the meal.

Randy believes that Carrie's initial intentions have evolved, stating: "I don't think Carrie is using me for my money because I've seen a change in the way she treats me. In the beginning, yes, but in the last two or three years, no."

Together, they declared: "To the haters, I like the attention, baby. And I have it, and she comes home with me every night."

Featured image credit: Tim Robberts/Getty