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Old 06-07-2007, 01:39 PM
 
Location: Florida
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Judging by my experiences as a teenager, a lot of older chicks fantasize about teaching a young, coming-of-age dude "the ropes".

The next time one of them hones in on your son, tell him to hop on that while he still has youth and naivety in his corner! I know I did when I was 16-17.
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Old 06-07-2007, 02:09 PM
 
Location: PALM BEACH, FL.
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Judging by my experiences as a teenager, a lot of older chicks fantasize about teaching a young, coming-of-age dude "the ropes".

The next time one of them hones in on your son, tell him to hop on that while he still has youth and naivety in his corner! I know I did when I was 16-17.
"hop on that"???..................

When I was about 16 I was having some photos taken by an "older woman" I think she was thirty two or so. We were in the woods just the two of us. Mind you, she was a pro and I was paying her for the session. During the shoot she was moaning and groaning sort of quietly to herself. I was too young and nieve to even think twice about it. Now I am over forty and I always remember that day and that woman.

I say make sure he is gracious to these women who think he is attractive. Everyone needs something (or someone) nice to think about once in a while.
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Old 06-07-2007, 02:33 PM
 
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"hop on that"???..................
What, after downing few shots of tequila with you, your mom never slapped you on the back and said, "Son, hop on that!" ?? I thought every mother had a responsibility to teach their son to be a misogynist frat daddy.

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Old 06-07-2007, 02:43 PM
 
Location: Coachella Valley, California
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My oldest son is 22, a competetive ballroom dancer, teaches dance, works as a personal fitnes trainer and competes in bodybuilding contests. He's not only had a bunch of older broads hit on him, but a few have bought him gifts and one lady he trains even bought him a Rolex watch for his birthday!

I just tell him to be charming and gracious and keep them gifts rolling in!!! Believe me, this kid knows how to 'work it'.
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Old 06-07-2007, 02:52 PM
 
Location: Florida
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What, after downing few shots of tequila with you, your mom never slapped you on the back and said, "Son, hop on that!" ?? I thought every mother had a responsibility to teach their son to be a misogynist frat daddy.

Nobody ever encouraged me to be a "misogynist frat daddy," but my father was always happy to have a son that knew how to work the ladies.

I remember back in seventh grade, I invited a girl I was going steady with over to my house. Her mom dropped her off and I proceeded to give her the grand tour: "this is the living room, family room, rec room, kitchen, and finally, my bedroom."

We sat down on my bed and started playing tonsil-hockey. The door was slightly cracked and after a few minutes, out of the corner of my eye, I spotted my dad peeking in with a goofy grin on his face.

So her mom comes to pick her up and I walk her to the car. When I get back inside, my dad's watching TV and says, "Come here, son." He holds out his hand to give me five, and when he slaps my hand he puts a 10 dollar bill in my palm. "That's my boy," he said.

And look at me, 25, educated, good career, no unplanned pregnancies or diseases. My peers whose parents told them "sex is bad, stay away from anyone who makes a move on you" are the ones with 6 kids on welfare.
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Old 06-07-2007, 02:57 PM
 
Location: Vancouver, Canada
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That is all fine and dandy but my son is only 15.

I would also never pay my son to get it on with a girl. He gets a smack in the head when he comes home with a hickey on his neck from his girlfriend!
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Old 06-07-2007, 03:45 PM
 
Location: Debary, Florida
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Nobody ever encouraged me to be a "misogynist frat daddy," but my father was always happy to have a son that knew how to work the ladies.

I remember back in seventh grade, I invited a girl I was going steady with over to my house. Her mom dropped her off and I proceeded to give her the grand tour: "this is the living room, family room, rec room, kitchen, and finally, my bedroom."

We sat down on my bed and started playing tonsil-hockey. The door was slightly cracked and after a few minutes, out of the corner of my eye, I spotted my dad peeking in with a goofy grin on his face.

So her mom comes to pick her up and I walk her to the car. When I get back inside, my dad's watching TV and says, "Come here, son." He holds out his hand to give me five, and when he slaps my hand he puts a 10 dollar bill in my palm. "That's my boy," he said.

And look at me, 25, educated, good career, no unplanned pregnancies or diseases. My peers whose parents told them "sex is bad, stay away from anyone who makes a move on you" are the ones with 6 kids on welfare.
So I geuss you don't realize how alike "misogynist frat daddy" and "knowing how to work the ladies is".

There is a middle ground between your way and having 6 kids on welfare...its called having respect for your partner.
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Old 06-07-2007, 05:12 PM
 
Location: PALM BEACH, FL.
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So I geuss you don't realize how alike "misogynist frat daddy" and "knowing how to work the ladies is".

There is a middle ground between your way and having 6 kids on welfare...its called having respect for your partner.
yo "pimpy" you should write a book. You sound sooooo smooth.
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Old 06-07-2007, 05:19 PM
 
Location: PALM BEACH, FL.
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"hop on that"???..................

When I was about 16 I was having some photos taken by an "older woman" I think she was thirty two or so. We were in the woods just the two of us. Mind you, she was a pro and I was paying her for the session. During the shoot she was moaning and groaning sort of quietly to herself. I was too young and nieve to even think twice about it. Now I am over forty and I always remember that day and that woman.

I say make sure he is gracious to these women who think he is attractive. Everyone needs something (or someone) nice to think about once in a while.
I think that this story was misunderstood. Nothing happened that day as I was young and innocent. My parents raised me to respect women as if they were all princesses. I still do.
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Old 06-07-2007, 07:10 PM
 
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OK Skoe,
Your post, which I read earlier, made me totally self conscious tonight! I was at a swim meet and I was looking over by one of the guy swimmers (a teenager). NOT AT ALL oogling him...just was looking over in his general direction when I caught his eye and he looked kind of embarrassed and I though OMG! He thinks I'm checking him out!! Then I was thinking...oh no...he's going to tell his MOM I was checking him out and I'm going to get the evil eye from her at all the swim meets!! I probably woulnd't have thought twice about the incident but for your post earlier!!!
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