Well thanks to Tadalafil, my cock thinks he's 17 and stands at attention regardless of what I might be doing.
Running the leaf blower in the the garage? GET HARD. Washing dishes? GET HARD. Opening the deposit box at the bank? GET HARD. Walking to the next room? GET HARD MUTHAFUCKA
OBS/REN WTF IS THISSSSSSSSSIt's facts.
Women already like older men because we've grown out of (or should have) fuckboy habits. We have likely been in a long-term relationship and get how it works. We're seasoned, we know how to please a woman, and we're financially secure.
But when you add in the fitness signal? Something that must be earned, and cannot be bought or borrowed or stolen? They go absolutely wild. Every time I went to the local university (a friend owns a restaurant there), every sorority girl in my line of sight was giving me her number, and once it happened when I was on a date.
The grocery store, the gym, Target, you name it. You will be approached in ways that beggars belief. Being in better shape than men half of your age is incredible. Make sure y'all stick to it, gents; if you want quality, you must BE quality. It doesn't stop at the gym, but I'll stick to the topic at hand.
Actual Truth®OBS/REN WTF IS THISSSSSSSSS
I hate it. I deleted a 700k karma account and I won't participate there again.Reddit is the actual worst
If there's something really specific I need to know, youtube generally has it e.g. changing a fuel pump on a 14SS.I browse a shit load of Reddit, but I never post and rarely read comments outside of looking for more info.
Why don't you post some more charts NERD
Three posts in a row. Uncharacteristic melt down from Buzz!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My biggest problem with it is how everyone just upvotes people riffing on each other's smart remarks. It's like the message board version of the Ocean's Eleven dialogue.Actual Truth®
I hate it. I deleted a 700k karma account and I won't participate there again.
If there's something really specific I need to know, youtube generally has it e.g. changing a fuel pump on a 14SS.
The problem I run into is that sometimes I have a Q about a video game and reddit is almost always the top result. I read it and I bounce.
My biggest problem with it is how everyone just upvotes people riffing on each other's smart remarks. It's like the message board version of the Ocean's Eleven dialogue.
Remind me who your college team is - SBnation is fantastic if you want info. I will say that r/cfb was the only reason I stayed for the last couple of months I did.That's why I just mostly look at pictures and watch funny gifs and get some sports info.
The comment sections are horrible.