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Old 02-09-2010, 05:32 PM   #41
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Perhaps the older women got money?
Oedipus complex?
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Old 02-09-2010, 05:36 PM   #42
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On my last cruise I didn't even make it to the buffet before 3 separate cougars tracked me down and had their way with me. One of them caught me right by the buffet. While other cougars circled, she forced herself on me between the artichoke hearts and the foie de gras.

- Those cougars are so aggressive.

The rest of the cruise was a total treadmill. By the time I got off I was totally spent.
Hey, you told me your lips were sealed forever about that episode!
Oh, and JUST in case you forgot, I was the raven haired one.

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On my last cruise I didn't even make it to the buffet before 3 separate cougars tracked me down and had their way with me. One of them caught me right by the buffet. While other cougars circled, she forced herself on me between the artichoke hearts and the foie de gras.

- Those cougars are so aggressive.

The rest of the cruise was a total treadmill. By the time I got off I was totally spent.
So the food was good? That is my concern on a cruise. The food. I mean you hear how great it is... etc etc.. But Im a darn good cook.
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Being to old to be the subject of Cougar attention, I'll pass on commenting.

Still I am a bit surprised to see that this woman is Miss Cougar America.
She looks younger than the guy to her right. In fact, es totalmente guapa.

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Only if the cougars themselves submit to the same test...
Had a boss once - 6 foot, silver grey hair, ball room dancer and claimed he was still good for three times a week in his sixties. According to his telling he cruised for free - even though I don't remember the word cougar and I won't name the line.

1970's.

heh heh heh - he semi-retired and moved to Miami - presumably to be closer to the action. I didn't think he was that good looking - but what does a fellow male know.
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Had a boss once - 6 foot, silver grey hair, ball room dancer and claimed he was still good for three times a week in his sixties. According to his telling he cruised for free - even though I don't remember the word cougar and I won't name the line.

1970's.

heh heh heh - he semi-retired and moved to Miami - presumably to be closer to the action. I didn't think he was that good looking - but what does a fellow male know.
Now with Viagra that guy would be good 12 times a week easy.
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Now with Viagra that guy would be good 12 times a week easy.
Probably a more interesting exercise than mall walking.

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You must know the couple I was speaking about, MasterBlaster?
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Probably a more interesting exercise than mall walking.

heh heh heh -

Well if you dont mind. Ill copy you a moment.


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She looks younger than the guy to her right. In fact, es totalmente guapa.

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Definitely attractive but she isn't that old only 42. I thought Cougars were generally 50 something. I know plenty of 40 years who look better than Miss Cougar.
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but HaHa has stated he isn't into older women before. Just a personal preference.
You have to realize that for me "older women" would be old indeed. I wouldn't expect a woman 25 years younger than me to be interested in me, though I wish they were. I tried some overtures to non-professionals that got me going maybe 35-35 years younger than I, but never got anywhere.

I have to be somewhat realistic.

There is an attractive woman in my building probably between 60 and 65, but I think she is on medication. Some days she is really outgoing and friendly, other days she will dodge out of the way to avoid contact.

I like some of these old gals- several that live around here are really active and outgoing at what looks to be ~80 or so. There is a lot more to life than sex.

My brother is very attracted to older women. He says it's like returning to the 50s, he likes their conservatism and relatively uncomplicated lives.

Like somebody said above, whatever floats your boat. I was joking when I said I thought the guy guys with cougars were mentally ill. I can't understand them, but there are a number of things that I can't understand.

I know that around here I see 10 men with women 30-40 years younger than they for every 1 woman with a man who clearly appears to be 15 years younger than she.

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From the article.....

He says that broader social acceptance is particularly important for cougars and other middle-aged single women, who "are being left out in the cold" by middle-aged men's penchant for younger women.

Well, I'm sure some middle-aged men do prefer younger women.

However, even though I'm not all that and a bag of chips, I don't believe I would be left out in the cold if I found myself single.

Just sayin'....

While I'm on a roll...I don't think other women should feel like they've been left out in the cold. There will ALWAYS be someone to keep them warm.
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So the food was good? That is my concern on a cruise. The food. I mean you hear how great it is... etc etc.. But Im a darn good cook.
Yeah as that cougar was workin' me at the buffet, I couldn't help but thinkin' about how the Shrimp Louie was just superb.

The cougar seemed to like it too as she was sayin' - oh baby,baby, baby - this is really good !
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Having lived thirty years in New Orleans - I am not as amazed as I used to be.

By the by - Mardi Gras Feb 16 and the season is already in full swing.

heh heh heh - Ashton Kutcher? So should I mail order a King Cake?

New Orleans Saints parade was today.
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Yeah as that cougar was workin' me at the buffet, I couldn't help but thinkin' about how the Shrimp Louie was just superb.

The cougar seemed to like it too as she was sayin' - oh baby,baby, baby - this is really good !
Well I was thinking about how those artichoke hearts were done. Really you find a few recipes where you put them in dip etc. But I was thinking about something as a main side dish. Good story though about the hot louie louie action
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I know that around here I see 10 men with women 30-40 years younger than they for every 1 woman with a man who clearly appears to be 15 years younger than she.
Frank is 7 years younger than me (well, six and a half), and nobody has ever mentioned it. I often forget. Granted, 7 years is not 15 years. But still, that's one thing I like about living in New Orleans... it takes a lot more than a few years' difference in age, to get any attention.
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New Orleans Saints parade was today.
Unclemick, I am watching it live on TV. It just started about an hour ago. Tom Benson's float just got to Gallier Hall. It's amazing!!! Bigger than any Mardi Gras. They borrowed floats from Endymion, Bacchus, and all the big parades. It will get nationwide coverage so it might be on CNN or something.
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W2R, 7 years older than the man is ideal to me. That's what I'm going to be looking for when I get out of here in age difference ideally.

My friend looked every year of her age, and her husband looked somewhat young for his age; and they had a 20 year difference, and, frankly, you just stared if you didn't know them. It wasn't pretty, honestly, and he did look like her son alot.

Wonder what would be the stare quotient for a really HOT 20 year older woman with a younger man? Say she is 50 and he's 30, would they stare more or less cause they were a good looking couple? Would it seem so strange? Or would people think they were together for sex cause they were both good looking? (Someone needs to volunteer for this experiment here.)

I think if the woman was 70 and the guy was 50 nobody would care at all probably and no stares at all. People would just fluff it off as two geezers out.
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Being to old to be the subject of Cougar attention, I'll pass on commenting.

Still I am a bit surprised to see that this woman is Miss Cougar America.
Yeah - I guess 42 is considered "old"!

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And the old idea about older women and sexual arts is out of date. Most 18 year olds could write a book or make a video containing all there is to know.

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Wow - I guess things must really have changed. I sure didn't have that much of a clue in my late teens or even early 20s, and the guys didn't really either! And I suspect lack of maturity and patience (and confidence?) might have had something to do with it too, not just lack of many years of experience.

But whatever - if 18 year old women really know all there is to know today, they have a good fulfilling life ahead of them!

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