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    Okay, first of all, let me say that I have always had a liking for women older than myself, so when one started to chat me up at random when out shopping I couldn't believe my luck. She gave me her number and I didn't think much of it, but all day she's been texting me and she wants to meet up. What do I do? I'm not very good with women my own age, never mind women in their late 20s with a kid! I assumed she was just having a bit of fun, but apparently not.

    Do I need to man up, or shall I run a mile?
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    Looks like you've caught yourself a ****.
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    Man up tbh.
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    do it
    if you don't you're a failure
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    (Original post by Yawn11)
    There's nothing that suggests she is a ****, a **** is a mother, not related to age.
    I thought this part did, but it might just be me:

    (Original post by Teveth)
    I'm not very good with women my own age, never mind women in their late 20s with a kid!
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    (Original post by Yawn11)
    There's nothing that suggests she is a ****, a **** is a mother, not related to age.

    I believe the term you were looking for is cougar, even then she is a tad too young to be one. She's just an older chick.

    On topic, see third spoiler in sig.
    The term is "puma".

    ...Nice negs. Cougars are 35+ gaiz.
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    Go for it, these cases don't come around very often
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    (Original post by Metropolis)
    I thought this part did, but it might just be me:
    I stand corrected

    Serves me right for not reading properly
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    (Original post by Yawn11)
    There's nothing that suggests she is a ****, a **** is a mother, not related to age.
    Did you see this:
    (Original post by Teveth)
    Never mind women in their late 20s with a kid!
    Teveth man up and buckle in for the ride
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    Man up and bang her.
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    I didn't think you'd want to get it on with Baroness Warsi.
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    Ooh, Teveth, you cheeky little socialist you! :sexface: Man up, meet up, rubber up and then have at her.
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    its "cougar" not "puma"
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    Smash and dash is what I would suggest.
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    (Original post by Aisha~~)
    The term is "puma".
    Errr, cougar.
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    Go for it, nothing wrong with older girls,
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    the older the woman, the less impressing and chatting up you have to do, they already know what they want.
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    (Original post by scorpion95)
    Go for it, nothing wrong with older girls,
    Yeah, I can appreciate that. But I'm intimidated. Because she's older than me. I have practically zero experience with women my own age (apart from a drunken coming together with someone I barely knew at a party about a year ago), let alone with an older woman, so you can understand my apprehension.
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    (Original post by Teveth)
    Okay, first of all, let me say that I have always had a liking for women older than myself, so when one started to chat me up at random when out shopping I couldn't believe my luck. She gave me her number and I didn't think much of it, but all day she's been texting me and she wants to meet up. What do I do? I'm not very good with women my own age, never mind women in their late 20s with a kid! I assumed she was just having a bit of fun, but apparently not.

    Do I need to man up, or shall I run a mile?
    Ask if her she is a Labour supporter before you make your decision.
 
 
 
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