You never know when the ol’ entrepreneurial light bulb will appear over your head. After mentioning to one of my gentleman friends that he has strange taste in women*, we discussed a mutual affliction – our shared tendency to be attracted to older partners.
He’s generally found younger women to be too needy, confused and prone to playing “head games”. Never mind the “ticking biological clock” time bombs out there.
Trying to pin down exactly what it is about younger men that often leaves me cold, i trotted out the “i like my men broken, bitter and thinking their best days are behind them” theme. He noted that in their 30’s, men can still harbour the delusion that the world owes them something.
daisyfae: Exactly! It’s when they have that sense of “entitlement” that bothers me. And i just can’t make myself care about their silly dreams of “accomplishment”, purpose and all that crap… Who cares?
irish: Men become much more grateful in their 40’s.
daisyfae: Less picky, too. i like that. It’s just not worth the trouble sometimes to fuss over clothes and makeup.
irish: Perhaps you need some crotchless sweatpants?
And from there – as impossible as it seems – the conversation tanked further. We crafted the concept for a new line of clothing. In addition to crotchless sweatpants? Bulky, fuzzy boots – left unzipped. Velour tops that zip up the front – with a built in front-hook bra.
The style that says “Hey, kid – come and get me! Just don’t expect me to shave my legs.” The swashbuckling confidence – she knows she can rock your world, even though her roots need another bash of Lady Clairol. Bonus: She’ll be done with you by 10 pm so you still have time to go home and play Warcraft with your imaginary friends on Saturday night….
“Lazy Cougar”. Sold exclusively at WalMart.
* That includes me, by the way…