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is it me or can old guys move more fluidly in this day and age?
03-20-2019, 02:01 PM
Post: #16
RE: is it me or can old guys move more fluidly in this day and age?
(03-20-2019 01:08 PM)jho Wrote:  pffft. I'm 43. I can do all that and much more, just maybe not in rhythm.

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03-20-2019, 11:39 PM
Post: #17
RE: is it me or can old guys move more fluidly in this day and age?
(03-20-2019 10:36 AM)pug-thug Wrote:  he's only 43.. not impressive at all

tons of people dancing much better at 43




For a man who loves to "dance" He really needs to work on his cardio though..

So 43 alright. but why act as an teenage girl then?

This forced infantile act he's putting up just doesn't look good on him. My guess is that he gets old real fast with his demographic

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03-21-2019, 04:03 AM
Post: #18
RE: is it me or can old guys move more fluidly in this day and age?
(03-20-2019 11:39 PM)Glimmer Wrote:  
(03-20-2019 10:36 AM)pug-thug Wrote:  he's only 43.. not impressive at all

tons of people dancing much better at 43




For a man who loves to "dance" He really needs to work on his cardio though..

So 43 alright. but why act as an teenage girl then?

This forced infantile act he's putting up just doesn't look good on him. My guess is that he gets old real fast with his demographic



"He really needs to work on his cardio though.. "-------- he's 43 not 23. His cardio is reasonable for 43


"So 43 alright. but why act as an teenage girl then?"----- you just gave a good supporting example for what i expressed in my other posts. Old dudes can pretend but when the truth of their age is known they will appear old.

imagine Madonna is not a famous music industry celebrity Icon and she tries to hang with the young people. Of course if I am her age range and she's my woman then I'm going to feel a lucky man for her effort but the young people are not going to feel the same connection for her because her age and they will see her as a mother/grandmother/old-woman, maybe one that is impressive, but still old.

you can be cool "for an old guy" and I hope to do that but i am not delusional about my position.
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03-21-2019, 04:09 AM
Post: #19
RE: is it me or can old guys move more fluidly in this day and age?
my GF looks good for her age. She lifts weights but her skin is beginning to show signs of aging and there is some notable change in personality, grey in the hair, and aging health issues....and some young fellow might find her attractive but after the high of infatuation faded and he observed those "imperfections" then he would see she is not a young woman......

but for me, we share the culture of age, so we have some common connection and so I couldn't imagine how a relationship could ever work between me and someone half my age.
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03-23-2019, 04:11 AM
Post: #20
RE: is it me or can old guys move more fluidly in this day and age?
i guess it's playing on the trope that "white men can't dance" as well

he can sort of dance, looks ancient.. so people see him as inspirational
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03-23-2019, 04:12 AM
Post: #21
RE: is it me or can old guys move more fluidly in this day and age?
(03-21-2019 04:09 AM)karasu Wrote:  my GF looks good for her age. She lifts weights but her skin is beginning to show signs of aging and there is some notable change in personality, grey in the hair, and aging health issues....and some young fellow might find her attractive but after the high of infatuation faded and he observed those "imperfections" then he would see she is not a young woman......

very poetic

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03-23-2019, 04:24 AM
Post: #22
RE: is it me or can old guys move more fluidly in this day and age?
(03-23-2019 04:12 AM)pug-thug Wrote:  
(03-21-2019 04:09 AM)karasu Wrote:  my GF looks good for her age. She lifts weights but her skin is beginning to show signs of aging and there is some notable change in personality, grey in the hair, and aging health issues....and some young fellow might find her attractive but after the high of infatuation faded and he observed those "imperfections" then he would see she is not a young woman......

very poetic

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03-23-2019, 04:46 AM
Post: #23
RE: is it me or can old guys move more fluidly in this day and age?
I can appear young for my age but when one looks closely they will observe the details which were not so obvious. It seems quite common that many people suffer some aversion to aging yet that is just going to cause them pain and suffering as it cannot be avoided and so best to learn to embrace it with a sort of welcome intrigue and curiosity as to how it may be enjoyed.

I advise avoiding "parkinson's law" in the young/middle adult phase so to set oneself up to best enjoy the "Golden Years"

just recently I viewed a Ted Talk where a woman explained "parkinson's law" concept which states increase income = increase spending = why people make more but yet remain "poor". More money = bigger house, more expensive auto, etc.....
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