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2013-05-22 05:02:07 PM
14 votes:
Less than average women peak at 19 because the blush of youth is all they've got, average women peak at about 29, but truly beautiful women are a joy forever.
2013-05-22 05:25:17 PM
3 votes:
An average age is kind of silly because different women peak at very different ages.  Some corn-fed American country girls blossom in their late teens and then pack on pounds in their 20's.  Some Asian women look like little girls until they are 25, but then look gorgeous until they are in their 50's.
2013-05-22 04:43:00 PM
3 votes:
The physical peak I'd say is around 17. You can't really say that in public, though.
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2013-05-22 10:13:05 PM
2 votes:
While beauty may peak at a younger age, I know for a fact women are sexier in their 40's. I was 22 & my now wife was 39 when we got together. Women who have it together upstairs and are easy on the eyes are a match made in heaven.
2013-05-22 09:51:28 PM
2 votes:

State_College_Arsonist: miss diminutive: As for not being rich? I don't think that matters at all. They're looking for someone with stability who doesn't act like a teenager and/or live with their parents (which is a shockingly proportion of men our age).

I'm in my early thirties and live with my parents.  Sure, I would love to have my own place, but on the other hand I can sock away money for the future at a rate my coworkers can't match.  Financial stability is a very important trait to seek in a mate, seeing as money troubles is a top reason for marriage difficulties.


Maybe marriage is a top reason for money troubles.

And seriously, you need to leave the nest.  Your parents deserve a break.
2013-05-22 09:09:05 PM
2 votes:

Jose628: Beg to differ, pt 2:     


Oh hells no.

Young Jennifer Connelly beats old and too skinny Jennifer Connelly every day of the week and twice on Sunday.

And Brooke Shields has had more plastic "intervention" than a Lego factory.
2013-05-22 08:48:25 PM
2 votes:

God-is-a-Taco: The physical peak I'd say is around 17. You can't really say that in public, though.


Seventeen year olds can be very physically attractive but then they open their mouths and something terrible comes out...Words. Words chosen by a seventeen year old brain. Their beauty dissolves away and I find myself wanting to be as far away as I can from this hideous creature that won't stop spouting idiocy.
I think age limits protect children from perverts and the sanity of normal adults from temptation.
2013-05-22 05:47:53 PM
2 votes:

Martian_Astronomer: miss diminutive: Martian_Astronomer: I would tend to say the 24-26 range, not only physically, but also because psychologically it's that golden window of serious optimism between youthful frivolity and dissilusioned bitterness.

Unfortunately, I am about to turn 30, have a boring job, and am not rich, so that age range is now out of my grasp unless I can reinvent myself. I'm seriously considering taking time off from engineering...

As someone who is a) in that age bracket and b) has plenty of single female friends in the same bracket, I can say that for most of them, your age is pretty much ideal for what they looking for in a partner.

As for not being rich? I don't think that matters at all. They're looking for someone with stability who doesn't act like a teenager and/or live with their parents (which is a shockingly proportion of men our age).

I know I'm not old yet; I'm just cynically acknowledging that I can see my window closing a little, that I didn't have as much fun in my 20 as I would have liked, and that catching up on said fun may remove me from the "stable" category for a year or two. Really, my ideal job right now would be something like doing field support for those geological monitoring units that they stick on mountaintops or something.

As far as being rich goes: I didn't mean that women are all consciously trying to snag as wealthy a guy as possible, but I do tend to think that even among younger women it plays a much larger role than they'll acknowledge. For one thing, money is either a prerequisite or proxy indicator for a lot of things women say they want in a man. When women say they want a guys who "likes to travel" or "likes to try new things" or "has interesting hobbies," it's much easier to fulfill those criteria if you have significant disposable income. Similarly, when women say they want a guy who "has goals" or " is mature" or "has his shiat together," there is an implicit assumption that this means "has a decent job."

I don't thi ...


The number of unemployed assholes that I know who get their girlfriends to pay for *everything* seems to suggest that in some cases, having money, ambition, and stability is considered a detriment in certain circles.
2013-05-22 05:45:00 PM
2 votes:

miss diminutive: Martian_Astronomer: I would tend to say the 24-26 range, not only physically, but also because psychologically it's that golden window of serious optimism between youthful frivolity and dissilusioned bitterness.

Unfortunately, I am about to turn 30, have a boring job, and am not rich, so that age range is now out of my grasp unless I can reinvent myself. I'm seriously considering taking time off from engineering...

As someone who is a) in that age bracket and b) has plenty of single female friends in the same bracket, I can say that for most of them, your age is pretty much ideal for what they looking for in a partner.

As for not being rich? I don't think that matters at all. They're looking for someone with stability who doesn't act like a teenager and/or live with their parents (which is a shockingly proportion of men our age).


I know I'm not old yet; I'm just cynically acknowledging that I can see my window closing a little, that I didn't have as much fun in my 20 as I would have liked, and that catching up on said fun may remove me from the "stable" category for a year or two. Really, my ideal job right now would be something like doing field support for those geological monitoring units that they stick on mountaintops or something.

As far as being rich goes: I didn't mean that women are all consciously trying to snag as wealthy a guy as possible, but I do tend to think that even among younger women it plays a much larger role than they'll acknowledge. For one thing, money is either a prerequisite or proxy indicator for a lot of things women say they want in a man. When women say they want a guys who "likes to travel" or "likes to try new things" or "has interesting hobbies," it's much easier to fulfill those criteria if you have significant disposable income. Similarly, when women say they want a guy who "has goals" or " is mature" or "has his shiat together," there is an implicit assumption that this means "has a decent job."

I don't think that money is an end-all indicator, any of this is wrong, mind you, but money does make it easier to come across as fun, interesting, confident, or worth knowing in general.

/ I would probably accept a 50% pay cut and go back to living like a college student for a while to get some of this creativity/wanderlust out of my system
2013-05-22 04:48:58 PM
2 votes:

God-is-a-Taco: The physical peak I'd say is around 17. You can't really say that in public, though.


17 year old girls are for looking at and not interacting with, as you will find out if you're ever in a situation where you have to interact with a 17 year old girl.
2013-05-22 04:39:30 PM
2 votes:
29? I am assuming this study was done outside of the US. By 29 most American women are pushing the peak of their weight scales. I think that number needs to be chopped down by about 6 years.
2013-05-22 04:22:19 PM
2 votes:
Men self report that "they think" beauty peaks at 29.

Actually, it's 19.
2013-05-23 08:24:42 AM
1 votes:

Nidiot: True, but not all women. While the hot 20 something woman has perks and advantages, the average 20 something woman doesn't.


That's not even remotely true, unless the 20 something year old in question is literally hideous. If she works a bit harder, the average 20 something woman has most of the perks as the hot 20 something woman; she just lacks the self-confidence to realize them.
2013-05-23 06:08:35 AM
1 votes:
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2013-05-22 10:47:48 PM
1 votes:

BolshyGreatYarblocks: But then most US women are fatties, so it's really n/a.


QFT. Shop around, kids. It's a big, wide world.

American women get married, have the first kid, and then methodically desexualize themselves into the "mommy" role. They chop off hair, forget how makeup works, put on the sweatpants, and never take them off again. That a cultural thing.

Of course, American men being what they are, I'm not entirely sure I could blame women for losing interest in being a wife.
2013-05-22 10:26:34 PM
1 votes:
Doesnt take into account the genetic freaks.

I dated a woman who was 53 years old and she was more beautiful than 99% of the 25-35yo women I've ever met.  Seriously.

Not EVERY man sees beauty as a youthful face....I actually PREFER more mature women, and find them FAR sexier.  The way they carry themselves...with an aire of confidence, elegance, and grace that NO 20-something I have ever met possesses.

As far as the bedroom goes, you haven't LIVED until you've had sex with a woman who is 100% comfortable with her body, and has NO qualms about exploring and having fun when it comes to sex....all qualities you normally find in more mature women.
2013-05-22 09:51:10 PM
1 votes:

Aidan: Lollipop165: I was def looking my best at 24/25.

It's weird now that I'm in my 30's... I'm not longer growing "up", I'm just growing old.

The growing old thing has gotten to me in the last year. I was fine for my early 30s even, but now I'm thinking "Well shiat it's all downhill from here, isn't it?". Bleh. I'm just gonna blame advertising.


Really?   Oh, my.  I'm coming up on 52 & I look & feel great (shall I say "for my age"?).  I'm starting up the next hill & looking forward to it.

My goddess, we are so very hung up on age & such narrow requirements for beauty.   In my mid 30's I took a hard look at my lifestyle choices & got to work.  Eating right, exercise, etc., etc. can make you feel better about yourself & that is where it begins. Finding anti-aging medicine really turned back the clock. My 40's were liberating because I knew who I was, what I wanted from life & stopped comparing myself to the impossible standards of our society (like some of you farkers).  Another big help was deciding to start eliminating toxic people from my life.

As women age in America, lots of men stop seeing you.  Who cares.  Let them chase the younger ones.  Maybe because of this attitude & taking really good care of myself, men in their 20's (too young) & 30's were plentiful.  And then, when I least expected it, I met a European....ah, a lovely culture that appreciates older women.  Then, what do you know, married at 48.  Never saw that coming.  Or even wanted it.

It's never too late.  Don't let the media or anyone tell you that you aren't good enough.  No one is perfect, but we can all work with what we've got & find someone who appreciates us.  There are so many lonely people out there, all thinking they can't be loved for who they are.  It's sad, but fixable.  It's harder when your biological clock is ticking (never had that problem), but that makes giving up even more tragic.

/really need to start a geek dating service.....
2013-05-22 09:24:14 PM
1 votes:

miss diminutive: As for not being rich? I don't think that matters at all. They're looking for someone with stability who doesn't act like a teenager and/or live with their parents (which is a shockingly proportion of men our age).


I'm in my early thirties and live with my parents.  Sure, I would love to have my own place, but on the other hand I can sock away money for the future at a rate my coworkers can't match.  Financial stability is a very important trait to seek in a mate, seeing as money troubles is a top reason for marriage difficulties.
2013-05-22 09:11:49 PM
1 votes:

The One True TheDavid: IdBeCrazyIf:

I never peak, she usually taps out and I'm left to lay there and try and jack it

In my 30s that happened all the time, a side-effect of Zoloft. Half the time I hardly felt anything myself, I'd just practice my rhythm and technique. For women who wanted it to last it was fine; for those who wanted me to get off it was frustrating.

Then around 40 Zoloft stopped improving my mood and I had to switch to Celexa, which didn't have that side effect. In fact it did the reverse: two minutes of "WOW! This feels fanTAStic!" -- followed by three minutes of ecstasy with my eyes rolling back into my head and my heart pounding really hard, then two minutes of apologizing, then going right to sleep. It got so I'd avoid sex because it caused too much guilt and embarrassment. (Is it any wonder I've been single for 4 years and ain't had sex in 5?)

OTOH jacking off takes me an hour: by the time I get close my arm is TIRED. It's almost not worth the trouble: I can always just drink till I go to sleep.

Anyway. These days I'd just as soon pay for a BJ, after which walk her to the door, shake her hand, thank her sincerely, and then go straight to sleep. (EIP!)

Failing that, well, Heaven Hill Rum is $7 a fifth. YMMV.


I feel a lot better about myself now....but feel bad for you.
2013-05-22 08:46:34 PM
1 votes:
You know most of the male poster on here sound gay
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Not that there is anything wrong with that

It all depends on the woman, when I attended my 25 year HS reunion many of the "hotties: from my senior year looked like they had been ridden hard and put away wet and a few of the ho hums were incredible,
2013-05-22 07:31:14 PM
1 votes:

poot_rootbeer: God-is-a-Taco:

The physical peak I'd say is around 17. You can't really say that in public, though.

17 year old girls are for looking at and not interacting with, as you will find out if you're ever in a situation where you have to interact with a 17 year old girl.


Bingo. Nobody's really worth interacting with till ~25 or so, not even with a very high IQ.
2013-05-22 06:25:18 PM
1 votes:
Beg to differ, pt 2:   i.imgur.com  i.imgur.com
2013-05-22 06:02:36 PM
1 votes:

calm like a bomb: thisisyourbrainonFark: This is a very disappointing thread.

The pic in your profile is somewhat disturbing.


Yes, yes it is.
2013-05-22 06:01:56 PM
1 votes:
IMO physically they peak around 22.  However they are too sexually timid and inexperienced and lack sensuality at that age, so it takes them a few years to reach their sexiness peak at 28 ... then their boobs go flat and they start getting cottage cheese dimples.  But we love em anyway, because we're not getting any younger either.
2013-05-22 05:58:27 PM
1 votes:

Martian_Astronomer: I know I'm not old yet; I'm just cynically acknowledging that I can see my window closing a little, that I didn't have as much fun in my 20 as I would have liked,


I just turned 30 myself and the time in history that we were in our 20's was an AWFUL time. Don't get too down about it.

Martian_Astronomer: As far as being rich goes: I didn't mean that women are all consciously trying to snag as wealthy a guy as possible, but I do tend to think that even among younger women it plays a much larger role than they'll acknowledge. For one thing, money is either a prerequisite or proxy indicator for a lot of things women say they want in a man. When women say they want a guys who "likes to travel" or "likes to try new things" or "has interesting hobbies," it's much easier to fulfill those criteria if you have significant disposable income. Similarly, when women say they want a guy who "has goals" or " is mature" or "has his shiat together," there is an implicit assumption that this means "has a decent job."


Could not be more right. All those traits they claim to want are thinly veiled references to wealth. How wealthy is enough? Exactly 25% more wealthy then they are used to, no matter what that may be.


But where you are going wrong is letting them dictate the terms of the arrangement. Remember, you aren't the one with the shelf life. You are also the one with the options. No one's going to call you a spinster if you never marry. No one is going to feel sorry for you as you live the rest of your life doing what YOU want to do. No one is going to make disparaging remarks about your character if you go from one girlfriend to another. Enjoy your time and keep in mind that in about 5 years, they are going to start running after you like you're the last lifeboat on the Titanic. Then it's Martian's turn.
2013-05-22 05:41:29 PM
1 votes:

Martian_Astronomer: I would tend to say the 24-26 range, not only physically, but also because psychologically it's that golden window of serious optimism between youthful frivolity and dissilusioned bitterness.

Unfortunately, I am about to turn 30, have a boring job, and am not rich, so that age range is now out of my grasp unless I can reinvent myself. I'm seriously considering taking time off from engineering...



Dude, when you turn 30, the 19 year olds suddenly want in your pants. Why? who knows, or cares.

And there's no way the 24-26 crowd thinks you're too old at 30.
2013-05-22 05:38:47 PM
1 votes:

DreamyAltarBoy: UrukHaiGuyz: DreamyAltarBoy: Less than average women peak at 19 because the blush of youth is all they've got, average women peak at about 29, but truly beautiful women are a joy forever.

Very insightful, but you lost me with the Hallmarkesque business at the end.

Learn to roll with the cheese, keep a straight face, believe it as you say it, but don't spread it on too thick.


Well now you're just giving good condiment advice. I never really learned how to smooth talk, but asking questions, cracking jokes and being frank has worked for me so far.
2013-05-22 05:35:17 PM
1 votes:

StrandedInAZ: I think women peak at 40.

Full disclosure: I'm 40, and I think I look better than I did at 29. It may just be that I know so much more than I did back then, which makes me more confident, which makes me look better. I certainly get hit on more now than I did back then. Who knows?


Monica Bellucci is in her mid-late 40s and still kills women half her age with that great body of hers.
2013-05-22 05:32:26 PM
1 votes:

Lollipop165: I was def looking my best at 24/25.

It's weird now that I'm in my 30's... I'm not longer growing "up", I'm just growing old.


The growing old thing has gotten to me in the last year. I was fine for my early 30s even, but now I'm thinking "Well shiat it's all downhill from here, isn't it?". Bleh. I'm just gonna blame advertising.
2013-05-22 05:31:58 PM
1 votes:

DreamyAltarBoy: Less than average women peak at 19 because the blush of youth is all they've got, average women peak at about 29, but truly beautiful women are a joy forever.


Basically, you're saying there's girls, and there's women, then there's ladies.
2013-05-22 05:27:21 PM
1 votes:

UrukHaiGuyz: DreamyAltarBoy: Less than average women peak at 19 because the blush of youth is all they've got, average women peak at about 29, but truly beautiful women are a joy forever.

Very insightful, but you lost me with the Hallmarkesque business at the end.


Learn to roll with the cheese, keep a straight face, believe it as you say it, but don't spread it on too thick.
2013-05-22 05:25:15 PM
1 votes:
I was def looking my best at 24/25.

It's weird now that I'm in my 30's... I'm not longer growing "up", I'm just growing old.
2013-05-22 05:22:28 PM
1 votes:
I like the 27-30 year old age for women, they lose the babyface and instead of looking hot or sexy they start to look beautiful.
2013-05-22 05:19:27 PM
1 votes:

miss diminutive: Martian_Astronomer: I would tend to say the 24-26 range, not only physically, but also because psychologically it's that golden window of serious optimism between youthful frivolity and dissilusioned bitterness.

Unfortunately, I am about to turn 30, have a boring job, and am not rich, so that age range is now out of my grasp unless I can reinvent myself. I'm seriously considering taking time off from engineering...

As someone who is a) in that age bracket and b) has plenty of single female friends in the same bracket, I can say that for most of them, your age is pretty much ideal for what they looking for in a partner.

As for not being rich? I don't think that matters at all. They're looking for someone with stability who doesn't act like a teenager and/or live with their parents (which is a shockingly proportion of men our age).


This times a billionty. My girlfriend is in that same bracket, and I too am approaching 30 with a boring job. A sense of humor, a modicum of responsibility, and interests outside of your career go a long ways. I recommend learning an instrument or some kind of physical outdoors hobby.
2013-05-22 05:19:07 PM
1 votes:

StrandedInAZ: I'm sorry. I didn't know I was only allowed to respond to posts directed at me personally.


Just seems odd that someone who is as secure with moving into her autumn years as you claim to be would take the time to hold yourself up as an contrary example to what was obviously a dickish joke.

In the future, you should read the way your words come across, because they sounded insecure to me. However, if you wanted to post those pics, I'll still take a look. You've still got some time before the gym.

StrandedInAZ: Or maybe you're just an asshole. My money's on that.


I prefer the term "classically masculine"
2013-05-22 05:14:03 PM
1 votes:

StrandedInAZ: Magnanimous_J: StrandedInAZ: Magnanimous_J: Odd Bird: 29?  pfffftttt...they're still emerging from their girl stage.

And sliding comfortably into their shrieky troll stage which lasts just long enough for them to turn into adorable grandmas.

I'm childless (in fact, I'm gay). So there will be no grandma moments for me. Although I'm gay, I get hit on by more men than women. It must be my feminine wiles.

I would post pics, but I know better than that. Plus I have to be at the gym in 26 minutes.

/former college track athlete; also a military vet, and I still work out at least 3X a week
//yes, I look good

...which is why you felt the need to interject yourself into a comment that wasn't directed at you personally?

I'm sorry. I didn't know I was only allowed to respond to posts directed at me personally.  I guess I'm one of those women who doesn't know my place.

Or maybe you're just an asshole. My money's on that.


Well to be fair, you did kind of answer a question that no one asked.

/just sayin'
2013-05-22 05:11:53 PM
1 votes:

StrandedInAZ: DreamyAltarBoy: Less than average women peak at 19 because the blush of youth is all they've got, average women peak at about 29, but truly beautiful women are a joy forever.

That's one of the nicest things I've ever read on Fark.


Thank you. It's just a shame I didn't learn this (or how to be this smooth) until I was 35 and had been married for five years.
2013-05-22 05:08:27 PM
1 votes:

DreamyAltarBoy: Less than average women peak at 19 because the blush of youth is all they've got, average women peak at about 29, but truly beautiful women are a joy forever.


That's beautiful, man.
2013-05-22 05:04:57 PM
1 votes:

Martian_Astronomer: I would tend to say the 24-26 range, not only physically, but also because psychologically it's that golden window of serious optimism between youthful frivolity and dissilusioned bitterness.

Unfortunately, I am about to turn 30, have a boring job, and am not rich, so that age range is now out of my grasp unless I can reinvent myself. I'm seriously considering taking time off from engineering...


As someone who is a) in that age bracket and b) has plenty of single female friends in the same bracket, I can say that for most of them, your age is pretty much ideal for what they looking for in a partner.

As for not being rich? I don't think that matters at all. They're looking for someone with stability who doesn't act like a teenager and/or live with their parents (which is a shockingly proportion of men our age).
2013-05-22 05:04:53 PM
1 votes:

DreamyAltarBoy: Less than average women peak at 19 because the blush of youth is all they've got, average women peak at about 29, but truly beautiful women are a joy forever.


Very insightful, but you lost me with the Hallmarkesque business at the end.
2013-05-22 05:04:38 PM
1 votes:

DreamyAltarBoy: Less than average women peak at 19 because the blush of youth is all they've got, average women peak at about 29, but truly beautiful women are a joy forever.


I'd have to agree with you here.
2013-05-22 05:03:26 PM
1 votes:

DreamyAltarBoy: Less than average women peak at 19 because the blush of youth is all they've got, average women peak at about 29, but truly beautiful women are a joy forever.


That's one of the nicest things I've ever read on Fark.
2013-05-22 05:00:49 PM
1 votes:

ph0rk: meat0918: ph0rk: Martian_Astronomer: I would tend to say the 24-26 range, not only physically, but also because psychologically it's that golden window of serious optimism between youthful frivolity and dissilusioned bitterness.

Unfortunately, I am about to turn 30, have a boring job, and am not rich, so that age range is now out of my grasp unless I can reinvent myself. I'm seriously considering taking time off from engineering...

What? I thought engineering was the path to riches!

Competition with H1B holders is driving down wages a touch...

Gosh! That never comes up in Fark threads about how stupid degrees in English are.


I like guys that hold English degrees.

They do a better job writing documentation up than I do and tend to be damn good at translating technobabble into layman's terms.
2013-05-22 05:00:46 PM
1 votes:

Magnanimous_J: Odd Bird: 29?  pfffftttt...they're still emerging from their girl stage.

And sliding comfortably into their shrieky troll stage which lasts just long enough for them to turn into adorable grandmas.


I'm childless (in fact, I'm gay). So there will be no grandma moments for me. Although I'm gay, I get hit on by more men than women. It must be my feminine wiles.

I would post pics, but I know better than that. Plus I have to be at the gym in 26 minutes.

/former college track athlete; also a military vet, and I still work out at least 3X a week
//yes, I look good
2013-05-22 04:56:14 PM
1 votes:
I have a woman friend I've know since she was about 23; she's now 34. There's no question she's more appealing now than she was then. She acts like a woman now, as opposed to a giggly girl. She's probably one of the most attractive women I know.

I hope her husband knows how lucky he is.
2013-05-22 04:53:48 PM
1 votes:
I would tend to say the 24-26 range, not only physically, but also because psychologically it's that golden window of serious optimism between youthful frivolity and dissilusioned bitterness.

Unfortunately, I am about to turn 30, have a boring job, and am not rich, so that age range is now out of my grasp unless I can reinvent myself. I'm seriously considering taking time off from engineering...
2013-05-22 04:48:39 PM
1 votes:
I think women peak at 40.

Full disclosure: I'm 40, and I think I look better than I did at 29. It may just be that I know so much more than I did back then, which makes me more confident, which makes me look better. I certainly get hit on more now than I did back then. Who knows?
2013-05-22 04:45:08 PM
1 votes:

in: IdBeCrazyIf: But I am nice to her, why just the other day I did all the laundry. I took it down to the basement, got it all washed and dried, then brought it back up stairs and left on the bed for her to fold like she's supposed to.

Damn bro, that's like King Arthur-type chivalrous and I'm taking notes.  I thought helping out with the laundry meant hooking the washer up to the water faucet and letting her know when the buzzer goes off.


In my defense, I do all the cooking in the house most of the time

because her cooking is awful
2013-05-22 04:45:06 PM
1 votes:

God-is-a-Taco: The physical peak I'd say is around 17. You can't really say that in public, though.


I'm not so sure.

The "hot because young" peak is 17, but some faces are just plain beautiful, and some of those look better a bit older.
2013-05-22 04:44:26 PM
1 votes:
Clooney keeps getting older, 29 year old women stay the same age.
2013-05-22 04:41:55 PM
1 votes:

Lets talk frankly about internal cleanliness: *looks at wife*

So... that's as good as it's gonna get.

I need a good hobby, something that will take up my time... like the next 40 years of it.


How about "chasing younger women"?
2013-05-22 04:31:20 PM
1 votes:

miss diminutive: In my experience, men tend to peak about 2 6 minutes too soon in and then go flaccid.

2013-05-22 04:01:19 PM
1 votes:
In my experience, men tend to peak about 6 minutes too soon.
 
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