Tim says: hey man im gonna go inside real quick friend says: ok old woman: ooo look at the young boy..
hes just my type and i heard his friend call him tim, ill try to sell him these fake tickets to a fake movie in an abandoned movie theatre where ill make my move on him.
For those women who like to be called cougars, by all means, choose what you want to be called. Calling a woman a cougar is neither progressive nor supportive. I also think it’s important to mention that “cougar” carries a connotation of predatory behavior.
However, I’m not supporting the term on a broader level). As if, A) the woman could only get the younger man by chasing after him like a rabid animal and B) the woman’s personality has no part in the relationship, that the guy she’s dating must only be with her so he can have wild, crazy sex or because she’s rich.
I was walking back from the men's room, and a mountain lion tried to attack me with a crotch grab!A 2010 British psychological study published in Evolution and Human Behavior asserted that men and women, in general, continue to follow traditional gender roles when searching for mates, and thus concluded that the posited "cougar phenomenon" does not exist, or more precisely, exists but is rare.The study found that most men preferred younger, physically attractive women, while most women, of any age, preferred successful, established men their age or older.Think 29-year-old PR Amanda Sheppard, who recently ensnared pop pensioner Bryan Ferry, 66."This new definition of puma seems to have surfaced with the release of a study in February 2012 -- commissioned by UK matchmaking website The Picnic Project -- on what women want in a man.According to The Picnic Project, "These ' Pumas' - so called because they're interested in dating Previously Married and Attractive men - hail a new trend in women seeking experience over youth."The idea that divorced men who have lived, loved and lost will treat their potential mates with more sensitivity, care, and understanding than younger men appears to have caught on in the UK; the Daily Mail Online, drawing from The Picnic Project's findings, concludes "more than half a million women would rather date a mature divorced man than someone younger than them.