Thursday, December 8, 2022


How older men attract beautiful young women



ad-771By Chuck Woodbury

This ad showed up on my computer today.

I wish I had seen it a few years ago, before I met Gail. Little did I know that all I needed to do to attract a beautiful woman — just like the young, buxom blonde in the ad — was to get rid of the bags under my eyes, some wrinkles, and fine lines, whatever those are. I don’t even know if I have any fine lines.

Now, I did not click on the ad because I do not need to attract a younger woman because I already have done that. Her name is Gail and she is three years younger than me. If you want to know the truth, I would never want to attract the woman in the picture. She has too much lipstick and I bet it takes her two hours in the morning to get ready!

All that said, if you are an older guy who needs to attract a young buxom, blonde woman with lots of lipstick, then just get rid of those ugly bags under your eyes! They’re holding you back, bud!


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6 years ago

I was wondering just what do you propose to get rid of the bags and fine lines? A gal like the one pictured looks like alotta work tho.

Ed Price
6 years ago

Since that chick experiences life at a 45-degree angle, you have to think about what wrinkles and bags look like when your stereoscopic vision is rotated that much out of horizontal. Maybe everybody looks a lot different if the observer’s eyes are rotated that far.

Gene Bjerke
6 years ago

What’s so great about younger women? I lived very happily for 36 years with a woman who was 17 years older than me. Age is the least important thing in a relationship.

RV Staff(@rvstaff)
6 years ago
Reply to  Gene Bjerke

Very true, Gene. And then there’s this joke we’ve run in the newsletter (love it!):

An RVing couple, born the same year and month, were celebrating their 60th birthdays. A fairy appeared and said she would grant them both a wish. Very excited, the wife said she would like to visit Europe. The fairy waved her magic wand and airline tickets appeared. Then it was his turn. He paused briefly, then said with a sly look, “I’d like to have a woman 30 years younger than me.” The fairy waved her wand. And, presto, he was 90. —Diane at