Betty White is open to dating at 94, so someone needs to ask her out already

All along we thought the key to a long life was staying away from men because they’re more trouble than they’re worth, at least that’s what 109-year-old Jessie Gallan advises. But actress Betty White has a different approach to dating. The Golden Girls actress looks at dating as a sport at the wise age of 94. Yes, you read that right. White still has the tolerance for men in her ninth decade of life. God bless her soul.

In an interview with Today’s Al Roker, the actress and comedian joked with Roker about her nonexistent love life. When Roker asked if she’s more like her character Sue Ann Nivens from The Mary Tyler Moore Show or Rose Rylund from Golden Girls, she wasn’t so sure. “I haven’t a clue,” she told Roker. “I would probably say Sue Ann Nivens. Well, she liked men. So does Betty. It’s kind of a hobby of mine, but the men don’t know it.”

For more than 75 years, White has been turning Hollywood heads. But her dating life right now is kind of bleak. “Nobody asks me,” she responds to Roker’s query on if she’s dating. “Who’s gonna want to ask out a 94-year-old woman? It just doesn’t happen.” When Roker suggested maybe 94-year-old men, she joked, “Oh. How old are you?”

We have got to make it our mission to set her up on a blind date! She is too cute, too funny, too freaking lovable to not be enjoying a full dating life where she leaves one date for another. Where do the 94-year-old men hang? Maybe Match.com is an option. Really, she could even go the cougar route and date a 70 year old. She has more spunk than some men 20 years her junior.

The Emmy-winning actress has been married three times before. She divorced her first husband, Dick Barker, the same year they married (1945). Her second marriage to Lane Allen lasted two years, and she lost her third husband, Allen Ludden, to cancer in 1981. They were married for 18 years.

A woman who has been on this earth for 94 years has to know a thing or two about love. Her advice on maintaining a great relationship is kindness. “I think that you don’t say the hurtful thing even if you’re irritated or upset, because that sticks around, or that just chips off a little of the other guy’s self-esteem,” she told Roker.

Listening to her talk makes me so happy inside. For the men on the market not asking Betty White out: What’s wrong with you? You are seriously missing out. Step it up, gents.