Do they really turn you on?????????  

desertwolf75 43M
6 posts
12/8/2005 6:33 am

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4/3/2006 11:03 pm

Do they really turn you on?????????

To tell you the truth I have told women that I was in the Military, this beeing pre- 9/11 and all the "Operations," and they looked at me like I was a psychopath. Now I share the same bit of information, and I catch some women smiling coyly at me. So, is it the fact that we are at war that turns the Jane Q. Public on? Or am I just imagining things. I have to settle this little argument with my buddies. The same goes to the guys, do women in the military make you crazy?

hotvanilamami 41F

12/8/2005 8:48 am

Honestly I liked men in uniform pre and post 9/11 that is just me. It shows they have honor and pride. They are willing to risk all they have to save my life that is all that needs to be said. If I lived close enough to a military base I would be with a military man. When I see them in their uniforms it causes my juices to flow. I can't help it.

So to all you service men and women Bless you and don't even walk with your head down. Feel free to holla at a lady.

johninco 62M

12/15/2005 3:38 pm

I retired 11 Aug 01, and boy, I was pissed when they wouldn't let me back in, at least not to go play in the woods!

Frankly, Wolf, a lady's backside does wonderful things to BDU's, doesn't it? Tell me that sewn circle around the butt and crotch doesn't took like a tempting target when a pretty lady soldier bends over in front of you... They even look pretty damned good in the t-shirts. And sweaty PT uniforms? My tongue dragged.

Yeah, I think being in harm's way reminds them that the guys in uniform are heroes. Enjoy this, dude. It wasn't like this 32 years ago, when I came home from my first war. I hope it stays this good.

Kassiopeia 42F  
3 posts
1/1/2006 5:44 pm

I have always been attracted to military men. Being the child of Vietnam Era Veteran, I have been taught true pride in this country, and the value of the sacrifices made by the men and women of the armed forces. I cannot speak for other women, but I can imagine that it might be turn on for some to feel like they impacting the life of a true hero. but hey, thats just my opinion

desertwolf75 43M

1/26/2006 11:09 pm

I know that it wasn't like this 30+ years ago, to be quite frank with you. The vets of past wars, are my hero's. The equipment was all that good, and had less than we could ever imagine. My stetson goes off to those who have served in the wars before OIF and Enduring Freedom. Thank you to all of those who served before I did.


3/27/2006 8:28 am

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You ........
For all the sacrafices that you endure for me and our country,, being away from love ones.. putting your self in harms way to keep us safe and all the rude people who dont believe what your doing is right.

So there is something to be said about a man or women in uniform.
You serve your country well! We need more men and women like you.Ones that stand strong and true to there word. You represent our freedom!

SO WALK TALL AND PROUD! May God bless and keep you safe.

I'm Proud of You and Our Country!

rm_Sngl1naz 46F

3/30/2006 4:54 pm

I am a former military wife of 14 yrs, father served in Viet Nam and my grandfather served in WWII, so I've alway's had a thing for men in uniform. I think it is very sexy, pre 9/11 or post 9/11. But even more sexy post 9/11.

If it wasn't for our military (men or women) that put their lives on the line everyday for us, we would not be free, to have this liberty of emailing, to have the freedom to speak our mind, do enjoy things we want to do. With that said I THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart.

I am forever greatful for our men and women in uniform, and Thank them every time I see one in town, at the mall, airport, or online. I would hope that everyone would take that opportunity as well.

Thank you Wolf!!!! For all your sacrified to protect me!

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