27 year old man propositioned by 40 y...

27 year old man propositioned by 40 year old woman

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Confused

Providence, KY

#1 Jan 28, 2013
I am a 27 year old man. There is this lady I know. She is 40. She has been divorced for several years and doesnít have any children. Couple of weeks ago I got a letter from her. It said she was lonely and if I wanted to have a relationship with her she was willing. She said that she wouldnít make any claims on me. That she didnít care if I wanted a girlfriend my own age, which I donít have. To prove that it wasnít a hoax she put a photocopy of her drivers license in with the letter. She also put a key to her door in it. Yesterday morning while she was at church I went by her house and tried the key. It worked. So Iím sure its not a hoax. Sheís for real. I see her just about every day and she has not said anything to me about it. She acts nervous. I donít know what to do. She is really a nice person and good looking. She could have any man her own age that she wanted. I donít want to just let it drop because Iím afraid she might do the same thing with somebody else that will hurt her. I am posting this far from home so that she wonít find out. I picked Douglas because it's a southern town and probably has the same moral standards as here. If there is any man out there that has ever had this happen you advice will be appreciated.
RockHard

Nashville, GA

#2 Jan 28, 2013
I understand your concerns. As a southern gentleman from Douglas and with respect to all women. She sounds like a cougar in heat. Nail it for free the first time. If she can take it in all three orifice's then i would do her for free the 2nd & 3rd time. After that she will start giving you gifts. Never take her calls, let her leave you a message. Nail it and bang it.
jim dandy

Douglas, GA

#3 Jan 28, 2013
so crude and vulgar.
RockHard

Nashville, GA

#4 Jan 28, 2013
Must women like respect and to be treated as a lady. But when the head hits the bed they want so crude and vulgar.
Just Saying

London, KY

#5 Jan 28, 2013
Confused wrote:
I am a 27 year old man. There is this lady I know. She is 40. She has been divorced for several years and doesnít have any children. Couple of weeks ago I got a letter from her. It said she was lonely and if I wanted to have a relationship with her she was willing. She said that she wouldnít make any claims on me. That she didnít care if I wanted a girlfriend my own age, which I donít have. To prove that it wasnít a hoax she put a photocopy of her drivers license in with the letter. She also put a key to her door in it. Yesterday morning while she was at church I went by her house and tried the key. It worked. So Iím sure its not a hoax. Sheís for real. I see her just about every day and she has not said anything to me about it. She acts nervous. I donít know what to do. She is really a nice person and good looking. She could have any man her own age that she wanted. I donít want to just let it drop because Iím afraid she might do the same thing with somebody else that will hurt her. I am posting this far from home so that she wonít find out. I picked Douglas because it's a southern town and probably has the same moral standards as here. If there is any man out there that has ever had this happen you advice will be appreciated.
Just go for it and have fun treat her like the best and she might always be there from time to time dumb if you dont take her up on this
Wishful thinking

Douglas, GA

#6 Jan 28, 2013
What if it's somebody playing a nasty trick on both of you. I would talk with her first. If she is interested she will tell you she sent the letter. But I would not go into somebody's home without their permission. Somebody could shoot you if you have a house key without her knowing.
RUN the other way

Fitzgerald, GA

#7 Jan 28, 2013
No such thing as a free ride. Proceed with caution!! If she has no kids she may try to get knocked up. With that biological clock ticking, you never know.
SouthernBelle

Hopkinsville, KY

#8 Jan 28, 2013
I am thinking that you are a young man that has not had a lot of experience with women.

Go talk to the lady. Take the letter with you, show it to her, and ask her if she really did write it. If she did not call the law immediately.

If she did, expect an emotional reaction. Proceed on what your brain, your heart, and your instincts tell you to do from there. There is absolutely nothing wrong with taking her up on the offer if that is what the two of you want to do. Keep in mind that this lady is not looking for something cheap and vulgar. Lounge lizards that could give her that are a dime a dozen. She's looking for someone to share intimacy with.
boner

Perry, GA

#9 Jan 29, 2013
i just dont see the problem here. Give her what she wants man!!!
BIG DADDY

New Bethlehem, PA

#10 Jan 29, 2013
Confused wrote:
I am a 27 year old man. There is this lady I know. She is 40. She has been divorced for several years and doesnít have any children. Couple of weeks ago I got a letter from her. It said she was lonely and if I wanted to have a relationship with her she was willing. She said that she wouldnít make any claims on me. That she didnít care if I wanted a girlfriend my own age, which I donít have. To prove that it wasnít a hoax she put a photocopy of her drivers license in with the letter. She also put a key to her door in it. Yesterday morning while she was at church I went by her house and tried the key. It worked. So Iím sure its not a hoax. Sheís for real. I see her just about every day and she has not said anything to me about it. She acts nervous. I donít know what to do. She is really a nice person and good looking. She could have any man her own age that she wanted. I donít want to just let it drop because Iím afraid she might do the same thing with somebody else that will hurt her. I am posting this far from home so that she wonít find out. I picked Douglas because it's a southern town and probably has the same moral standards as here. If there is any man out there that has ever had this happen you advice will be appreciated.
Your a real DUM_ASS get a life. your not from the south.
Just Saying

Douglas, GA

#11 Jan 29, 2013
Now I know why kids tell on there teacher for having sex with them PS please dont have any kids they might be as dumb as you are
Hoss Cartwight

Nashville, GA

#12 Jan 29, 2013
Most men would jump up on the horse and take it for a ride. You act a little frighten of this woman. Iam getting this picture that your are Gay. Lots of Gay men dream up stories just like your. Now your at a point in your life to find what side of the fence you really want to be on. You should find a open minded couple(man&woman) and jump in bed with them.When you wake up in the morning, who ever you have your arm around is what you are. I really think its going to be GAY.
Just Saying

Douglas, GA

#13 Jan 29, 2013
LOL that was a ggod for him
Yankees Belle

Paducah, KY

#15 Jan 29, 2013
I think I know now why so many Confederate widows married Yankees after the Civil War. All the gallant Southern gentlemen were killed in the war. The ones that were left were a bunch of crude, vulgar boors that had learned how to deal with women by raping slave girls. They didn't know how to comfort a woman when she was hurting. The Yankees did.
Just Saying

Douglas, GA

#16 Jan 29, 2013
Ok Bello how about you kiss all our southern A&& HOW ABOUT THAT FOR SOUTHERN GENTLEMEN Damn Yankee
Yankees Belle

Paducah, KY

#17 Jan 29, 2013
Just Saying wrote:
Ok Bello how about you kiss all our southern A&& HOW ABOUT THAT FOR SOUTHERN GENTLEMEN Damn Yankee
Thank you for just proving my point.
Just Saying

Douglas, GA

#18 Jan 29, 2013
You act like a yankee we treat you like one
Yankees Belle

Paducah, KY

#19 Jan 29, 2013
Just Saying wrote:
You act like a yankee we treat you like one
You mean like someone who upholds the ideals of respect for women that Southern gentlemen are reputed to hold so high, but which seem to be absent here?
Q T Pie

Baltimore, MD

#20 Jan 29, 2013
Yankees Belle wrote:
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You mean like someone who upholds the ideals of respect for women that Southern gentlemen are reputed to hold so high, but which seem to be absent here?
Darling,

You ain't going to convince a Southern Man he is stupid. All you can do is allow him to prove it!
Yankees Belle

Paducah, KY

#21 Jan 29, 2013
Q T Pie wrote:
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Darling,
You ain't going to convince a Southern Man he is stupid. All you can do is allow him to prove it!
I grew up in the South. My father and both grandfathers were Southern gentlemen. My mother taught my brothers to be Southern gentlemen. Central to that old Southern identity was gallantry and being considerate of women. She would have skinned them if she had heard my brothers make the kind of remarks about this situation that have been put on here. I have watched that tradition disappear over the last 40 years. A kind of crude vulgarity that once marked a man as white trash has taken its place.

I realize that the guys on here probably aren't very old. They may still be teenage boys, but there are far too many young men in the South today who have never matured beyond that stage of thinking.

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