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  • View author's info Posted on Mar 29, 2005 at 05:53 PM

    Alex, its about time you posted your picture, wow it all makes sense now, a picture speaks a 1000 words.
    Im sure now you will be able to find your goat woman, since you put up your pic. and all, Good Luck Alex!
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 29, 2005 at 09:30 AM

    Coloradocoolade, haha, good one LMAO, great comeback,
    See Alice2 so many people just love you here
    cant you feel the LOVE?????
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 28, 2005 at 10:42 PM

    I just got home from a working a flight from New York to Denver and had more arrogant, rude, atagonistic azzholes than can be counted on one centipedes legs, Alex I see you have a lot of relatives who act and speak just as you do. It's too bad the san andreas fault is located on the left coast.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 28, 2005 at 10:07 PM

    1SG, dont think for one minute that we have forgotten about you, true gentlemen are a rare find these days, Im sure that there isnt a woman on here that woman in here that wouldnt agree with me on that. We are just having fun with Conf. after all he is the new one on the block,
    MUAH!!!!!!!! Am I really being a bad girl, oh but I am such an angel, hehe
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 28, 2005 at 10:02 PM

    S4U, I do the exact same thing with my girls!! Like you said, they are so trusting! I love teasing them like that and embarrassing them... well THEY say it's embarrassing but it's not THAT bad!! God! They get embarrassed so easily and for nothing!! hehehe

    lioncourt... look who's on top now... ;)... NOW we know why you have that face... hehehe... ;)
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 28, 2005 at 03:19 PM

    LOL, Katie you sound like u have a great personality and sense of humor. I say if he couldnt smile at the way you were teasing him, something is wrong. Its those same boys (and yes, i realize its strange that i call even men several years older than me BOYS) that have me rolling my mental eyes. I like seasoned men. that doesnt mean we cant have fun and be ones too old for that. but i love the look and i love the attitude of a seasoned man. every guy i have dated that has been my age, (and by that i mean 5-7 years older than me) looks like a teen in my eyes..doesnt know what hes doing. more like im the one thats several years older than them...and honestly..i want a man who can BE the man. Someone my mental equal or better. i want an old fashioned gentleman that i can respect. They discontinued that model in the 1960s.
    I honestly wouldnt mind a man who wants to take care of his lady at all. I have been supporting my family for the past 3 months which includes my grandparents, my parents, my little sister, and my 3 yr old son. (I married when i was 18 and my husband left me a year ago, across country, to sleep with one of his best friends). Which also means yes, I can understand and respect the parental view...after all..what mother doesnt imagine with torment her own child in their teens and 20s.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 28, 2005 at 02:57 PM

    Nice to know you can all take a compliment.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 28, 2005 at 12:28 PM

    Butterfly!!! Such a bad girl -- but I love it!!! Keep it up!! My imagination is now piqued How do I get a physique like that? Good God Confident, you're putting the rest of us to shame!
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 28, 2005 at 10:24 AM

    Katie that was a priceless story. Your child ought to be very proud of you as a mom with such good humor.! Of course they don't know how to take some of that. I have embarrassed my kids many times over. But yes it's our right as we did carry them for 9 mos. It is so funny sometimes to watch them. What they would do in fun you do in horror. That reminded me of when those oversize pants first came into being in the mid 90's. My son would want to get some when we shopped and he was a 34 and wanted a 38. Of course the baggier the better.(Still looks sooo tacky) We were in Mervyns shopping and this one kid was also shopping. I looked at him as he had the "baggie" syle and told my son i would not pay that kind of money for an oversize pair of shorts just so he could be in style. I told him how gross that looked and how it makes them look like the have 3 cow paddies in there butt. This kids boxers were showing and down almost to his thighs.It makes me want to go over and pull there pants down. I told my son i think i will go over and do just that. He grabbed my arm and said Mom don't you dare. You always embarrass me like that. Because i have him really fooled into thinking i would do half the things i say i will. LMAo. Kids they are so trusting. But it helps when you are trying to make a point. LOL. Great story Katie......
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 28, 2005 at 05:10 AM

    Hahaha... good one, katie!!
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 28, 2005 at 12:44 AM

    Tribulation ......
    I guess we have said a couple of negative things about younger people, but only in a parental way, if you can accept that. As equals with you, we know you know what you want & have a right to go after it. My daughter is 20, & grew up an only child. Family call us "The Gilmore Girls From Hell." She interacts with people of all ages & has been having a hard time getting attracted to "boys" at her college. She prefers older men up to 30.
    She just got herself a boyfriend this year. He's 22 & looks like a hottie little skater boy.
    When I was visiting her at her dorm last week, he came down to visit her. She brought him in & introduced him. He shook hands & was all, "Oh, I'm a quiet, cool kinda guy, with my baseball cap on & giant clothes that could fit Marlon Brando."
    I liked him, ... & she sat on her bed & he sat beside her & I sat in the computer chair.
    First I asked him, "So what are your intentions towards my daughter, young man?" He stared at me in disbelief for a second & then turned to her.
    "Ignore her," she told him & then said to me. "I can't believe you just asked him that!"
    "Wasn't he expecting it?" I asked, with a smirk.
    "NO! HE WAS NOT!" she said.

    ...............more> Part 2
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 28, 2005 at 12:43 AM

    Tribulation part 2 -
    My daughter & I started discussing something & Nathan was looking bored. Finally he lay back on her bed & stared at the ceiling. His shirt hiked itself way up to show the waistband of his boxers & his cute little hairy bellybutton.
    Well, I always says it's a mother's right to embarrass her kids for nine months of barfing, 16 stitches, & 2 decades of mouthing off!" (No, she's a very wonderful kidlet & I'm X-tremely proud of her).
    So, we stopped talking for a second & I said, "Nathan? Honey, if I knew you better, I just might have to do something like this." I stood up, reached over & tickled his flat, exposed abs.
    Well, that poor kid shot up & folded in half like a spring-locked deck chair! And he looked at me in amazement! But my daughter's face was the best. Her jaw was laying in her lap! Her eyes were like 2 train station clocks.
    She said, "What do you mean - if you knew him better you MIGHT do that? You JUST DID IT!"
    I smiled sheepishly & said, "I couldn't help it!"
    She said, "Ya! You could have!!"
    I said, "His stomach was all OUT there!"
    She said, "So ... you control youself & leave it alone!!!"
    I answered, "Hey! I didn't give him a wedgie! Did I?" Nathan's surprise quickly turned to terror!
    She shook her head & laughed, "Well, at least he know's what you're like now. I can't believe you did that to a guy you just met!"
    I said, "Should I put that in my online dating profile?"
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 27, 2005 at 10:47 PM

    Yes dear Confident one, I thought I was the one.... look how great you look on top of me in the forum,,,,,, ummmmm sorry am I being a bad girl, actually you look pretty good under me too, hehe
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 27, 2005 at 10:44 PM

    S4U, OMG, I had to come back and read your post from the 24th, LMAO, it is hysterical, and you are awesome.I can see that you are quite a character, Ill bet you are a riot to be around, You seem to always see another side of things than the norm.
    Too, funny,
    thanks for the backup,.
    and the laugh.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 27, 2005 at 09:46 PM

    notice , in his 40's and still totally hot!
    Now thats what Im talking about girls!
    Definately a nice addition to this group.
    wink, wink.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 27, 2005 at 08:59 PM

    can we please leave the 20s alone =) I realize that most people in their 20s are extremely immature, having no clue what life is or even who they themselves are...but you guys are killing off the fish in my pond =) I, due to the way i was raised and the fact that i was lucky enough to have chalked up quite a bit of life experience points early, am not one of the mindless 20s that so many of you speak of. i, for example, started my own company when i was 16. A very successful company (and no i was not pushing a lawn mower) i am world traveled and have achieved every dream of mine on my own accord within the time possibilities of my life thus far.
    the age group i prefer is mid 30s...I would go older but I dont want to be left a widow at a young age. so for me, i thank god for older men who are willing to give a 22yr old woman a chance to prove the stereotype wrong. Otherwise, I would be left with the 20 yr old stereotype to date myself!
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 27, 2005 at 04:01 PM

    Bravo! Bravo!!! 1SG!!! Such a gentleman!!! Please everyone... standing ovation here!!!!!

    And confidentwithaheart, I agree with you, lots of beautiful and nice ladies here (in a very non-lesbian way... I have to add... ), and the men here who ARE gentlemen in every sense of the word (and I DO wholeheartedly insist on the word GENTLEMEN) are the pick of the crop!!
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 27, 2005 at 03:52 PM

    Hey, lioncourt... our short little posts get lost in all those realllllly long ones, don't they???? lol Gee, I just read yours today, it was so far down the line!!!!!

    So, lioncourt, how about that incredible weather we're STILL having... supposed to be 15C this week... ;)
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 27, 2005 at 01:46 PM

    I have to admit that I may have made a hasty decision about this site, and if so "I'm sorry", lol. Some of your post are outstanding, real wit, and to SouthernGentleman, real chivalry. I hope I get to know you all better.
  • View author's info Posted on Mar 25, 2005 at 09:51 AM

    LMAO. S4U, LOL I did say bald not bold, you are a riot. but then I also said I kinda like a nice bald head,LOL, anyway, you know what I mean, but to tell you the truth, I like BOLD men also. Shit Im laughing so hard at your post that I lost track of what my point was, oh well, must be a blonde moment., sorry guys.
    Im sure A2 is going to have fun with that one,
    I think he likes me LOL

    Oh and SouthernGent, thank you for your support, Im am glad to see that there are some gentlemen left in the world. MUAH!
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