Discussion in 'Fat sexuality' started by KittyKitten, Apr 9, 2010.
Hell, yeah! It better be or my ass is in trouble!
I need clarification on. X. Humm
X is, I wrote something, got paranoid that I was revealing too much about my personal life, and then deleted it, but the format of this website doesn’t let you delete things, only edit them for a limited period of time.
I thought it was an X was like marking a ballot in favour haha.
I’m waiting for someone to start an old ladies thread!!! We need some support too!
You're not an old lady. You are 'experienced! And there ain't nothin' wrong with that!
Kitty Kitten you rock! Just when I was feeling down about growing older you made me feel great! Thank you and take, Love PJ
More literally: started (hoping for many others to join in).
On the subject of aging, possibly in honor of my big round number birthday not terribly long ago, the AARP (formerly the American Association of Retired Persons) just sent me not just one, but two plastic faux membership cards for me to add to my toolbox collection of obsolete/unwanted plastic cards used as scraper cards. I look forward to using them to scrape the soap scum off my combo tub/shower in the future.
As one of the older crowd I was feeling kinda I flattered. All this praise of us old guys.
I don't think age has anything than a limiting factor in a relationship. If the kismet is right anything can happen.
Once they find you... they never stop. I ge things from the unnamed harassers at least twice a month. I blame them for deforestation, and no I don’t want a damn TOTE BAG!
I think that we should reconsider our ideas about age. I've met many attractive older men and women. I'm told that we're staying younger for longer but I don't know if I like to express the idea that way. I'm part of the growing wave of people, who take pride in their grey or white hair. I find that I get far more amorous attention as a fat old man than I did as a slim young man. I think that we need to speak more positively about age, especially when we speaking about our own age. The word "senior" seems to be the fashionable term in New Zealand. I notice that how big a slice of the cake of life is served up to senior folk varies considerably from one culture to another. I notice that different cultures use different words and phrases to describe older people. My favourite is probably the Russian word pozhiloy (masc.) / pozhilaya (fem.). By my analysis it describes a person as "having lived a little". It sounds a little naughty, doesn't it? How we treat older people is something well worth thinking about, because all of us who are lucky enough to live long enough grow old. So, it's about how we treat ourselves in old age. Our senior years can be our best years, if we will let them.
Twice a month?!
They must have me figured out: i only get maybe one a year, if that. The pushier letters are like the Census: once a decade.
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