RELATIONSHIPS, OLDER WOMEN/YOUNGER MEN.
Posted 26 April 2012 - 12:41 PM
Posted 27 April 2012 - 10:51 AM
First, a no man would watch a show called "Love Addictions" unless he was with a woman he was trying to love addict a woman.
Second, the whole subject of cougars is a concept that women think about, not men. The terms was probably crafted by a 20-something woman mad by over some 50+ year old woman beating her time.
I rest my case and would be willing to stake my reputation on this.
Posted 30 April 2012 - 08:56 PM
I think most younger men date older women because they like the fact that they can get those cookies without a whole lot of headache and expectations. They don't have to pay bills bc usually the woman has her ish together. They don't have to hear her bitch and moan about the kids bc all her kids are grown & she has none with him.
Younger guys usually don't have to listen to older women telling them to "grow up, get a job, take care of these kids, blah blah blah" or whatever else the women in their age group are griping about. Being with her is like being on a miniature vacation...that is, until she gets serious and decides that she wants all those things the younger woman wants - which is for him to grow up, commit, make babies, take care of them, etc etc...blah blah.
p.s. The day Boitumelo responds to one of his/her posts, I will probably fall out of my damn chair! ***WHUMP!!!***
Posted 01 May 2012 - 09:07 PM
Have you ever thought about the name "Boitumelo"? I was thinking about what it could mean. For example "Writegirl870" could mean you are woman born in August of 1970 and likes to write.
But what does "Boitumelo" mean? Honestly, it looks like the name a spammer would use. But it probably has some deep esoteric meaning beyond my feeble comprehension, that or a random assortment of letters.
In any event, I'm still glad Boitumelo pops by to spark discussion :-)
Posted 15 May 2012 - 09:09 PM
Seriously though, Boitumelo's watching shows about love addiction doesn't necessarily indicate that Boitumelo is a female... For all any of us know, he could just be a male who is confident about being in touch with his feminine side....like Prince.
Posted 17 May 2012 - 10:28 AM
Men don't have feminine sides, women do.
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