18 Oct

Nothing makes you want to punch a 21 year old kid in the face (or perhaps balls) more than this message right here:

“ur hot i fuck my grandmom all the time”

I would highly advise, even in jest, comparing a girl older than you to your grandmother is not a good idea, unless she could, in fact, be your grandmother.  (And even then, it’s probably pushing it.)

Same goes with the term “Cougar.”   I have gone out a few times with guys younger than I am (generally never more than a year younger..) and a few of them thought it was funny to call me a cougar.    Trust me,  if someone has an age complex like I do (I would much prefer to date older..)  calling them a cougar is not a brownie point.   It pretty much just ensures that you won’t be getting any.

While I am at it..  same goes for “Ma’am.”   For the love of God, I am NOT a “Ma’am.”  I get that some of you guys think it’s respectful (and in some parts of the states, sure..)  Not where I am..  If you don’t know my name, and especially if you think I am younger than you, “Miss” would be the proper, polite thing to address me as.  (And any female, really..)   Being called “Ma’am” makes me feel like I am 80..  and I am not even close to pushing 80 yet.

So – to recap..  Don’t address girls as your grandmother, a cougar, or ma’am… or tell them that they are robbing the cradle.   Got it?

2 Responses to “Cougar”

  1. Tomato Spammer October 22, 2012 at 3:56 am #

    Where I am, I address women from 1-100 as m’am, with miss being really rare unless followed by a title. Miss sounds to me like m’am sounds to you, seems like.

    There’s hardly a single right way to approach anything.


    • Soon2BeCatLady October 22, 2012 at 3:57 am #

      Yes.. but as I said, there are a few places where that would be acceptable.. Where you live is one of those places.


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