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Posted on Fri, Sep 08, 2006 19:49

Oh Stat, are you asking me to seek your hide, I'd be too shy to know what to do with it if i found it, would i lay it out in front of a blazing log fire to lounge upon late in the cold winters evenings or do i nail it to the wall over the fire place with head jutting out and inscription on brass plate underneath, Greater Breasted Dallas Warbler. Last known of species.



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Posted on Fri, Sep 08, 2006 10:33

big22blue write:
FlutterPDX write:
Hi, I turned 51 in May, wooohoooo the older I get the more excited about life I get. It feels great to be past that stage in life where I "need" a man and now choose because I want.

In terms of how I feel about life, my glass is neither 1/2 empty or 1/2 full, but runs over so much I have to drink from the saucer.

The best is yet to come

have to ask, flutter, what does your handle stand for? I recall in a previous life that it was a supporting role in the movie business.


LMAO, I thought that was a Fluffer.

Flutter is the term my grandson uses to refer to butterflies. His eyes just dance when he spots one. I love the cute words he makes up. I am using it to remind myself of child-like joys of life



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Posted on Wed, Sep 06, 2006 23:54

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Stat, of course i can keep up with you in fact i guarantee i'll always be 3ft in front of you and my seat will be real plush, and i'm always going to be one step ahead of you.
Now gee up girl this wheelchair was built for speed , lets burn rubber, or do i have to revert to the spurs and whip again, Oh i forgot you enjoyed those too much


Now Loneranger are we playing hide and seek here?????? You just head on out i'll catch up with you.......LOL We'll leave those spurs behind as they have a "kick" to them... LOL



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Posted on Wed, Sep 06, 2006 04:42

Stat, of course i can keep up with you in fact i guarantee i'll always be 3ft in front of you and my seat will be real plush, and i'm always going to be one step ahead of you.
Now gee up girl this wheelchair was built for speed , lets burn rubber, or do i have to revert to the spurs and whip again, Oh i forgot you enjoyed those too much



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Posted on Tue, Sep 05, 2006 16:42

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nautigal48 write:
Wow! I have never really ventured into the forum, was just looking around and actually found people my age, and you aren't acting like the school kids on the blogs. Yippeeee! There might be a reason to stay around after all. Hi everyone! Oh wait, I forgot my profile says 102 or something. I am 52-1/2 and life just gets more interesting, doesn't it!


Nauti! Change your age this minute! The 20 year old studmuffins are looking for 40+ women, not centegenarians!

I have tried posting my real age. Then I posted it at 39 and found that I got three times the attention. I will stick with 102 for now, it's obvious it's a joke. Lowered my expectations and raised my age. I wonder how this format here works - not sure where my comment is going to appear. Instructions please someone!



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Posted on Tue, Sep 05, 2006 10:30

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H Stat.
I dont want a walker, i want a runner,one with a nice chassis, strong engine, swoopy bodywork, not worried about brakes, as long as the upholstery is comfortable and not too moth eaten, and i can knock out any dents, Needs to run on Regular, with only occasional oil changes.
So Ive strengthened my lasso, to make sure no catches can escape.


LOL ok Loneranger well trade those walkers in for a good "runner" you just make sure that you can keep up with us..but please fix those seats. Don't you know we judge our runners by good accessories........LOL



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Posted on Tue, Sep 05, 2006 05:53

H Stat.
I dont want a walker, i want a runner,one with a nice chassis, strong engine, swoopy bodywork, not worried about brakes, as long as the upholstery is comfortable and not too moth eaten, and i can knock out any dents, Needs to run on Regular, with only occasional oil changes.
So Ive strengthened my lasso, to make sure no catches can escape.



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Posted on Mon, Sep 04, 2006 06:35

FlutterPDX write:
Hi, I turned 51 in May, wooohoooo the older I get the more excited about life I get. It feels great to be past that stage in life where I "need" a man and now choose because I want.

In terms of how I feel about life, my glass is neither 1/2 empty or 1/2 full, but runs over so much I have to drink from the saucer.

The best is yet to come

have to ask, flutter, what does your handle stand for? I recall in a previous life that it was a supporting role in the movie business.



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Posted on Mon, Sep 04, 2006 05:14

nautigal48 write:
Wow! I have never really ventured into the forum, was just looking around and actually found people my age, and you aren't acting like the school kids on the blogs. Yippeeee! There might be a reason to stay around after all. Hi everyone! Oh wait, I forgot my profile says 102 or something. I am 52-1/2 and life just gets more interesting, doesn't it!


Nauti! Change your age this minute! The 20 year old studmuffins are looking for 40+ women, not centegenarians!



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Posted on Mon, Sep 04, 2006 05:08

Age is unavoidable, but beauty from the inside is timeless, ageless, unique, pure and wonderful to behold.



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Posted on Sun, Sep 03, 2006 21:42

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Hi Peggy Poo.
Think we have enough recruits to go into recycled walkers, we need to make a list of models available, can you sort the tech. stuff or do you want to look after the fit and finish


LOL loneranger you might be in need of a walker but i think our Peggy Sue can fix you up with her lost and found!!!!! These women here are not even close to needing that but maybe by time we are you'll have the biz going strong!!!!

I suggest the rolling walker....LOL It gives you room to run after the ladies but also a seat to rest when you get winded. You talk so much it can happen before you know it. It also has brakes so when you come up in need of a quick stop it won't let you down.(wink)



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Posted on Sun, Sep 03, 2006 14:38

Hi Peggy Poo.
Think we have enough recruits to go into recycled walkers, we need to make a list of models available, can you sort the tech. stuff or do you want to look after the fit and finish



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Posted on Fri, Sep 01, 2006 21:15

Wow! I have never really ventured into the forum, was just looking around and actually found people my age, and you aren't acting like the school kids on the blogs. Yippeeee! There might be a reason to stay around after all. Hi everyone! Oh wait, I forgot my profile says 102 or something. I am 52-1/2 and life just gets more interesting, doesn't it!



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Posted on Fri, Sep 01, 2006 20:14

Hi, I turned 51 in May, wooohoooo the older I get the more excited about life I get. It feels great to be past that stage in life where I "need" a man and now choose because I want.

In terms of how I feel about life, my glass is neither 1/2 empty or 1/2 full, but runs over so much I have to drink from the saucer.

The best is yet to come



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Posted on Fri, Sep 01, 2006 05:58

Hi is anyone at all from uk in this great age group?



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Posted on Thu, Aug 31, 2006 15:50

I just turned 55!

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Posted on Sun, Aug 27, 2006 21:13

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I just turned 40 this year and . . . uhhhhhhh . . . have the ladies noticed a difference in your sexual responses yet? I mean in the G-spot sense? OMIGOD being 40 is unblievably . . . juicy . . . (grin) . . . and I wouldn't go back in time for all the money in the world!

right on girly, girl...42 is kewl, and the men love me if .U got me...



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Posted on Sun, Aug 27, 2006 15:17

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Well you 40 somethings, wait til you hit 50, wow those girls are just something else,like a fine wine, the cork needs to be gently pulled so as not to disturb the equilibrium, then decant into a cut glass decanter for same keeping, removing the stopper often and partaking of the wondrous nectar, but men, you need to be a fine 'cellar man' to keep these fine classics at there very best, but the effort is so worth while


Ranger, you and Blue sure know how to write a hot post! LOL



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Posted on Sun, Aug 27, 2006 15:15

katiegrlK2B write:
loneranger06 write:
Well you 40 somethings, wait til you hit 50, wow those girls are just something else,like a fine wine, the cork needs to be gently pulled so as not to disturb the equilibrium, then decant into a cut glass decanter for same keeping, removing the stopper often and partaking of the wondrous nectar, but men, you need to be a fine 'cellar man' to keep these fine classics at there very best, but the effort is so worth while


Ranger, you and Blue sure know how to write a hot post! LOL

I'll have to take a distant back seat to the Ranger!! he uses those words with more than one tone.



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Posted on Sun, Aug 27, 2006 12:09

Pushing 50 helps me keep my strength up....I don't mind being this age at all, not afraid to be alone and support myself.......I just changed the front brakes on my car and can drive a forklift better than any man.....I've been lifting for 26 yrs and look better than when I was in my 30's....I have even had guys in their 20's chasing me.....of course, they are thinking that we have some kind of special tricks and are desperate for young guys! Not....I would rather meet someone 40 or over, more maturity and more to talk about. You Rock Ladies!



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