Older Man Keeps Messaging Me? ?

I was raised to be really, really polite, so I don’t know if I’m being rude in this situation. I’m in my early twenties and this man on the bus (we took the same bus every day for about six months) keeps messaging me on Facebook (I don’t know how he found me). I feel really rude by not messaging him back but I feel really uncomfortable because he knows my age and he’s probably like 65. He’s harmless enough but sometimes asks me to go for lunch with him. I always say I’m busy. I think my feelings are valid but I feel like I need to hear it from other people because my parents have raised me to be so polite. Is it weird that he’s messaging someone so much younger than him? I feel like I can’t even go on the bus without some older creep talking to me and it’s starting to wear thin. I really don’t want to be rude for no reason though. Thank you to anyone who responds. 

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  • 2 months ago

    If some older guy found you on facebook, then you gave him the information unless you live in a really small town and you have all the info about yourself on Facebook listed as "Public" (like your town for example). But i still don't see how he could find you with just that information, unless you have some mutual friends. If not, then i'm going to guess you gave him your name?

    I have no clue

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  • 2 months ago

    Its not weird at the same time he needs to accept you are not interested. People have funny ideas about age. If they like each other age is not an issue. If he messages again tell him you are not interested. Its still being polite and a lot more honest than saying you are busy.

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  • 2 months ago

    Stop trying to be nice and ignore him...

    I had ignore so many people online and many people online had ignore my text messages too..

    Is not big deal..

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Then just block him.

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