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Viqi_french
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Username: Viqi_french

Post Number: 3
Registered: 07-2005

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Posted on Saturday, July 16, 2005 - 12:34 pm:   

I don't know from "Mr. McMillan" and the $150,000 vs. $300,000, etc. All I know is that somebody got some very expensive "Dexter" for a good number of years. And at some point, it may well be worth whatever it'll cost to get rid of "Dexter" and his DL Groove Thang!

By the way... It is true: Many younger men DO actively seek middle-aged women. Why's it so hard for some to believe?! Younger men have told me that women their own age often seem immature, possessive, and put unpleasant pressure on them. The older woman, on the other hand, probably has all her own stuff -- esteem, career, finances already on track. If she's taken care of herself, she's a prize in many ways.

Last but not least, many men want a "mommie." A girl his own age may be looking for him to be her "daddy," but he may not feel like taking on all that manly responsibility. With an older woman, all he has to do is show up with Dexter, and not embarrass her too badly at the office party! (tee-hee)

Again, if you understand the serious importance of "getting your groove back," then you KNOW these May-December relationships can save your life. I guess we're seeing how expensive they can be in divorce court. But if girlfriend was miserable and whatnot before him, I guess she got her money's worth.

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