The Invisible man  

tall_N_fun4u 62M  
8 posts
6/30/2006 7:46 pm

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1/27/2018 5:52 am

The Invisible man

While sitting in a bar the other night with tow of my friends, who are both in their early 50's, one remarked that we were invisible. I looked at him and could only wonder what he meant than it dawned on me just how prophetic he was. Here we were surrounded by mostly younger women who not only didn't give us a second look but seemed to look right thru us as if we were invisible.

The same is true here, read almost any profile, no matter what the age, almost all are looking for younger men. You know we older men have alot to offer. Things like experience and a lust for life that is not found in younger men. Yeah sure I don't look like Brad Pitt, but just how many guys do. I usually dress well, I am well groomed and I take care of myself and I do know how to please a woman, that should count for something. I may not be as big as I once was but I know how to make the most of it. I may be 53 but damn it I don't feel like it or look like it. I still have the same urges as I did when I was 20, but just not the opportunities anymore. So what's the answer, maybe I should spray paint myself, that way women won't be able to just look right thru me. Than they will have to look around or over me.

skipthree 67M/65F  
20 posts
1/25/2012 5:18 am

I waitressed for over 30 years and I like men; I have always looked at older men. So I must be different. Granted I am older now to, but it is true older are more experienced, thoughtful, and appreciative of a woman being interested. Young men don't seem to appreciate women of any age, they all seem pretty cocky, and they really don't realize how quickly they will become OLD men!! Hang in there-older IS appreciated. Also, I have never seen my hubby without a mustache, I have seen his 3 brothers both ways; I love his and it remains.(for over 40 years) K


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