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  1. Snow bird

    Operation Nookie 60

    No, not considering morality at all. My view is totally patriarchal. I am suggesting that what you really want is a meaningful relationship. I have no interest in what she wants, if she doesn't want what I want then I am not interested. I am suggesting that considering sex as the only objective is actually not true and you are really looking for something more though it has to include sex. It is you who is wasting time looking for something you have convinced yourself you want while you have put a smoke screen over what you really want. Fun sex for a 20 year old is with Chad Thundercock who has tattoos and rides a motorcycle, is built like a brick shit house and treats her like shit along with all his other women. It ain't with you!!! The way I see it is that you need to find out why you are applying the smoke screen and that is a job for a psychologist (or a good mate).
  2. Snow bird

    Operation Nookie 60

    Perhaps not but you can encourage yourself to change. I was in exactly your position after my last divorce. She was 18 years younger and a real looker so I was kinda spoiled and found women my own age unattractive. I realized the situation though and made a conscious effort to train myself away from younger women. Quitting all porn was the first step and then involving myself socially with the right age group, even though I didn't fancy a single one of 'em. Gradually I came to be interested in age appropriate, or at least not inappropriate, women and after a few encounters the age thing wore off, and older women were so willing . . . it all helps. I think mother nature takes care of it with a little help. It is also totally true that they are all much the same with the lights out (fatties excluded). So you can practice on older women and get used to it and then eventually they look just fine. To be honest I'm totally besotted with my 61 year old who in my eyes is as good as any 25 year old Playboy Bunny. At the end of the day It is all in the head, just work on your own psyche.
  3. Snow bird

    Operation Nookie 60

    I have given this some extra thought and you deserve a reply. It is strong, maybe even harsh, but I stand by it. If you are only looking for straight sex then I suppose you are right though I doubt there are many men who are looking only for sex and if you are then there is still something wrong. Surely we are looking for something deeper than a good lay, though a good lay is essential to the deal. I wish I were better at expressing feelings in text but I don't think that many men age 60 are really chasing 20 year olds other than men who are not interested in any sort of relationship and are truly only focused on sex alone and prostitutes would seem the obvious answer to such desires. Every single man I know who is single is looking for a meaningful relationship that includes good sex. Defining "meaningful" is problematic but I think most everybody gets my drift. As a 60 year old you have absolutely nothing to offer a 20 year old unless you are filthy rich. That works. In other words you are pursuing an impossible dream which is pretty much designed to fail. It is totally delusional to imagine some hot 20 year old chic wants you for anything else but money. If you are truly operating under this idea, that I assert is delusional, then you really do need to take a long hard look in the mirror and realize there is a mental problem. I think I am pretty well much the same as my male friends when I say that sure, 20 year olds are attractive but I would no more date one than fly to the moon. It comes over creepy to me when old men fawn all over young women, and we do get our share. Both men and women view this behavior as creepy. This comes from a guy who dances with many 25 year old hotties but to me they are little more than kids. I find them attractive but not desirable personally. I could watch them dance all day and enjoy it but more than that would never happen. I see myself as having a healthy approach so it is going to appear to me that a guy my age doing the opposite is unhealthy. Subjective as all get out, I do appreciate that, but surely the pudding is in the eating. I go out with women roughly in my own age group and have a great old time with more sex than you can shake a stick at. You are chasing 20 year olds and getting nowhere. With all due respect, and I mean that sincerely, I think you need to do some serious soul searching which might involve some professional help.
  4. Snow bird

    Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites

    I totally agree with this. I found it a bit odd and would love to hear explanations. I joined a fitness class because I thought dance was very good below the waist but was not so good above the waist. I was not short of women at all and had no desires in that direction but I found the class was entirely women and their attitude to me was downright aggressive, like I was some sort of predator. I did three classes and quit. It was just not friendly and I did the regular gym thing instead. Not as good really, good for strength but not flexibility, but life is too short to put up with a whole class of hostile women. As an aside I would bet dollars to donuts that if any one of those women had turned up at my dance club they would have been all over me. Anybody like to take a stab at explaining that?
  5. Snow bird

    Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites

    Yes, dance classes are a soft option for meeting women but to get anywhere with those same women you have to actually learn to dance. To "pull" multiple women you have to be good and than means you have to be able to make them look good. Getting to the position of being desirable to many women takes a lot of work and enthusiasm for the dance. In that respect dancing is not an easy option. It is hard work but I have never regretted the work I put in to learn dance. It is a never ending supply of fit, good looking women. I have a very good life dancing with very attractive women and dating the one that turned me on the most. If it goes South there are lots more in line. It is truly beyond me why more men don't get into dance. Fundamentally it is simulated sex standing up with the option of moving from vertical to horizontal and the real thing. What's not to love?
  6. Snow bird

    Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites

    I gave you a heart but I have to back this up with personal experience. I actually run a dance club and we never, ever, have enough men. Last week we had 14 women and five men and every woman there was a catch for somebody with ages ranging from 25 to 60. The average age would have been closer to 25 than 60. I am constantly dancing with 25 year olds because there are not enough men to go around and the women all love to dance and will dance with anybody who has any sort of talent at all. I could have four or five "plates" if I wanted them. I am currently dating a women who showed up simply because she had wanted to dance since forever. I found her (and so did everyone else) very attractive and dating her was like falling off a log. I could teach just about any man enough dance to get him around the ballroom in about 15 minutes and in a few lessons make him desirable to a whole slew of women and yet we are still short of men! I have to conclude that there is something very wrong with the male population. Getting good looking, sexy women into bed is so Goddamned easy if you just give then what they want and what a great number want is to dance. It ain't rocket science. This was supposed to be a reply to funn3r. I did it all wrong but it is early morning here, best excuse I can come up with.
  7. Snow bird

    Coolest things you’ve owned

    He probably has stories like the time I was giving a couple of chics a fun ride over a local beauty spot and got chased by cops. I got away by turning off all lights (plate goes dark) driving off the road, through a hedge, across a farmers field, through another hedge and ditch out onto a back road and was long gone before the cops had it figured out. Would never get away with that these days. A quick computer search of Willys Jeep and the rozzers would be knocking on my door. Those were the days.
  8. Snow bird

    Operation Nookie 60

    I think you are missing the point. I don't go ballroom dancing to get chics. I love ballroom dancing and the chics are a by-product. A nice by-product but dancing comes first. I would never go out with a woman who couldn't/didn't dance. So you must do socially what you love and the women go with it. It is not true that there is always someone better. If you find yourself uncompetitive then you must change venue. It is no use at all being a small fish in a big pool. If you are then find a smaller pool. You must be the big fish in a small pool. Hawt might apply to the younger crowd but we are talking about TONA. He is around 60. Hawt does not apply. If he was 25 I would advise lift and lift again, but he ain't. All chics truly available to TONA are post wall. If you are not attracted to chics in a reasonable, relative to you, age group then your chances of success are very small. Then the problem is you and you need to consult a psychologist because being 60 and wanting to screw a 20 year old is not healthy or productive. You have a problem that strategy is not going to fix. Sure they are attractive but chasing them is creepy.
  9. Snow bird

    Operation Nookie 60

    It is a good start. If you are very good at it then it is probably enough. The basics are that you need to be socially desirable, which means that you have to belong to a social group and be the leader or the best, or close, in that group. You have to be good at whatever it is that you choose as your social group. The reason is that women want to be admired and envied by other women. Their social validation comes mostly from women. They can get admiration from men very easily so it is cheap. Getting it from other women is much harder and so it has value. Women mostly get female social validation from the man in their life. Forget all that feminist bullshit. If their man has high social value then that value is transferred to them. This is true, to a lesser extent, for men also. The hot chic on your arm gives you social value. I personally accomplish this with ballroom dancing. I am the best or close to it in the room. I make my woman look good at the activity she loves. She gets compliments all the time at how good she is when everybody knows that she is looking good because I lead her through it and it is mostly me not her but that does not matter. The bottom line is that other women notice her. She gets piles of social validation from other women and every one of those other women want what she has got. And she knows it. There is nothing as good as competition for keeping a woman keen. Dress well, groom well and play the part but mostly be the best at whatever social activity it is you like to do. Never forget that it is the woman who chooses, not you. Your job is to be the best choice, then they will come to you. You must make yourself the prize.
  10. Snow bird

    Jordan Peterson

    My version of that is, "I don't think you can get there from here." Always good for a dumb look.
  11. Snow bird

    Its mens fault.

    This applies to large companies but small businesses can pretty much hire whoever they like. Eventually large businesses will become inefficient and small businesses will grow but will split into two parts when they get big enough to be impacted by diversity rules. The market will eventually correct itself to prevailing conditions and women will lose big time. Individually I feel sorry for them but collectively they deserve everything they get. There was a time they could have stood up to the feminazis but they chose not to. The chickens are coming home.
  12. Snow bird

    Its mens fault.

    For sure! #metoo morphs into #notyou in the job market.
  13. Snow bird

    Its mens fault.

    When a couple marry young and have kids there is a certain logic that accrued wealth is the product of a team effort. In the event of a divorce each getting half makes a sort of sense. If the couple is older and the accrued wealth is mostly belonging to the man then in the event of divorce the man feels ripped off sharing half or more of his wealth with a woman who did not earn it in any way. This becomes even more so if the woman has a substantial debt which also gets shared. With divorce rates the way they are a largish percentage of men will not take that risk. In fact more and more, thanks to the internet, are saying "sod it". Understandably so and that makes those men that are prepared to take the risk in very high demand and they can be picky as all get out. Any older woman below exceptional is going nowhere.