Kyle Jones, Marjorie McCool

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Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas, one of Hollywood's longest-lasting couples, are getting a divorce. Now this might make you think that love is dead, but what if we told you that there is a 31-year-old guy in Pittsburgh who is in a relationship with a 91-year-old great grandmother?

Now you're sadder? That's probably the right reaction. But sometimes you can't help who you love. We guess?

Kyle Jones is 31 and he's in a relationship with Marjorie McCool, who incidentally as the coolest name ever, right? This is not a prank or some gold-digging situation on his end; he really is into her. And according to Kyle, he's always been into older woman.

When he was 22 and he brought his first girlfriend home, she was 50. Now he only dates women who are older than him.

"Everyone is wired their own way," he insists. "I offer older women a different experience than they're normally used to. I offer them adventure."

Kyle met Marjorie back in 2009 (yes, they've been together for that long) at a bookstore. Before Kyle, she had been single for 37 years after she split up with the father of her six children.

And we know that there is a certain question that might be on your mind as you read this, and it's normal to be curious. So here's what Marjorie had to say about her physical relationship with her much, much, much younger boyfriend:

"The physical side of our relationship is wonderful. I amaze myself, he amazes me. There's nothing better."

But it turns out, Kyle is not monogamous. Along with romancing Marjorie, he's dating Anna Roland, also a great-grandmother at the age of 68, who was skeptical when Kyle first wooed her.

"I did question his motives when he first contacted me because I was twice his age," she says. "But I felt at ease with him so I started seeing him. He's very attentive. He just makes you feel good."

Kyle's mom Cecelia, who at the age of 50 is younger than both his girlfriends, doesn't seem to have a problem with her son's dating habits.

"As long as he's not hurting anybody I don't think it's anyone else's business," she reasons.

You can hear Kyle's full story in the video below, but we must warn you, there is a lot of footage of him making out with his great-grandmother girlfriends. A lot.

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