Hi if you read my original question, it is not about lie so I hope you don't assume or expand to anything without such info ever given. There is no honesty involved so the problem stays with "Is age a matter"?
But anyway just as I said he might be thinking I am younger than him. By specifically "have a conversation" over the age matter, it might make it look like it is a big deal when it might not be so. After all he probably liked me for my look and the feeling, not based on the age. Hence I asked the question "is this age gap going to be an issue? Should I have a conversation with him about it, or just keep it low key because it is not a big deal?"
So if you stay with my original question, which is emphasizing on whether I should keep it low key and natural or make it a matter and how to handle the situation when he found out my real age that would be great.
Ok I just want to clarify my question "Is age a matter?" is more meant for "in general", not particular to us. Do you think in general age is a matter for most people? Just like most of the time people would think compatibility is much more important than anything else, such as age, income etc.
The thing is because we never exchanged age info but I noticed there is some mistakes on my profile that put me at a younger age. So I don't even know if he ever paid much attention to that. After all looks are the first thing comes. I am just afraid trying particularly to clarify it might make a matter that he doesn't even care that much looks more pissy.
E.g. I might liked a guy from the pictures and I didn't really put that much thought into his age because his look already convinced me and I don't feel he looks old at all. But then he would seriously try to clarify it with me. Then it is like a lightening and I would think: oh why would you be trying to clarify it in such a serious way? Maybe there is something wrong...and it starts getting weird. Or maybe even start the distrust like "why you lied to me" etc. That is my concern.
There is one time, a guy already hit on me and later he tried to ask my age and I didn't want to tell him. Then at the bar when people check IDs upon entrance he looked into my card which is on the hand of the door man. He learned I am 5 years older than him. And earlier he guessed me at a younger age. It didn't really matter to him. No upset, not even any thought. He continued pursuing me like nothing happened.
That is why I feel letting him find out naturally (like somehow he heard it or saw it) and decide what he wants, rather than having a specific conversation geared toward it might be easier.
Once again, this topic has no honesty issue involved. It is a discussion of how to better convey the correct age info. No age info has been exchanged and only later I realiezed my age is wrong. His age could be wrong as well. As I mentioned earlier no assumption should be made outside of the info I gave. It is incorrect. I don't need to explain things outside of the question I am asking.