Older Guys (40+)
#61
So given that almost half of the thread is now on buying a home versus renting, and knowing full well that I engaged on that part of the thread,(mia culpa in advance on that) but does everyone realize that this thread is designed for older guys to trade tips, and experiences on getting pussy? I get that having your financial house in order is a requirement, and we can and should reference buying vs renting in a different thread, but I think that we are getting off topic here. May I make a suggestion for a mod to split the thread if that is at all possible to keep on topic.
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#62
How the thread started is not what it became on RVF or now here, I guess. The orginal "thread" was probably THE most valuable thread on the site. I mean, I doubt the value of a 4-page thread on the pros and cons of renting v. buying, but that is a topic young dudes can learn about and a topic that prolly only older dudes can give advice.

How old dudes get chicks is a combination of health, wealth, and confidence. Ironically, it's the same as how young dudes get chicks, for which there are many threads, specifically, about running game on chicks. What the 40+ thread was, was a not just simple tricks, gambits, nor gimmicks. It was a giant resoource of dudes with many years under their belts telling the truth to younger men who simply did not have the time in the game to understand that there is an expiration date on how long you can pull off "peacocking," feather boas, eyliner and magic tricks and suddenly wind up inside a vagina.

Success with chicks ultimately depends on long-term planning, financial stability, and taking care of your physical health. You can also throw in personal grooming, a sense of humor, and the courage to employ humor/wit/intelligence into a conversation without being a dick (or maybe just being a little bit of a dick, but knowing when to back off).

All of these topics, which seem like an immense rabbit-hole, are absolutely relevant to the end sum and an 18 year old, unless he is a sage or something, just does not have the answers. Also, the older dudes, for the most part, tend to admit that they could be wrong; their words of advice are not definite and they are willing to entertain objections--to listen, debate, and learn (much unlike most people these days).

Rent or buy? It just depends.

Pulling chicks? Well, it just depends.
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#63
I'm not quite 40 , but feather boas haven't failed me yet
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#64
I have found that one of the things which women like in the older guy is "getting things done", and I'm not talking about fixing the loose door handle, although that's important too, but the "making things happen" aspect. Arranging things, knowing who to contact, how to speak to someone, and how to influence and persuade to get results and resolving the little obstacles and problems that come along. These qualities generally come easier with age and experience. That being said, there is no better way to hone these skills than to travel solo.

Taking action is a great aphrodisiac.
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#65
(05-25-2021, 11:32 PM)Dulceácido Wrote: The orginal "thread" was probably THE most valuable thread on the site.

It was a giant resource of dudes with many years under their belts telling the truth to younger men

You make me nostalgic for the days when NASA Test Pilot advised Little Joe how to become an astronaut.

It was a giant resource of older men telling advice out of Bang to older men who struggled to get pussy for 40+ years.  Please quote some valuable posts to prove me wrong.

There might have been a few other posts about testosterone, hair loss, and Viagra.
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#66
I am gonna be 42 this summer. I am slowly saving cash to buy an old farm/house in a certain parts of the Baltics. I only want to rent for now in America. Especially since I plan on eventually quitting my job a few years from now.

This certain part of the Baltic country I am looking at. I have an adviser there. (And it is a woman/single mother.) I will not divulge too much info about circumstances. But her boyfriend/ baby daddy is a world traveling mechanic. She stays at home with their kids, basically in the country. Her whole immediate family is there. She takes classes in carpentry and she designed and added an addition to her father's house plus, rehabbed her house. It was an old log cabin barn and if you saw this thing now, you would never beleive it had log walls on the inside.

My plan is to buy one of these places that has an old house good enough to still rebuild or at least have a foundation where one was (because if it is a foundation or an old house you are gonna gut, you do not need permits to build.)

This isnsomething I plan on doing over the next few years. And what I also plan on doing will probably make forum members cringe. But I am putting her childrens' name on the land title, along with mine. (not hers) Because I am gonna die eventually and I dont want it to just go to the state. Also, it will entice people there to be involved in looking after the place.

I also tested her once. She was in the military and we talk about guns...or used to. She didnt beleive silencers were legal for anyone to buy in a neighboring country. I had my friend's father in that country buy me one and I put it in a pringles can and took it to her house...to prove it. Her brother kept it, I think. And I never had the cops waiting for me, the times I went back.
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#67
Well mr friar , i realize your post is hypothetical but I would advise reconsidering at least the part where you will put the children's names on the deed. Things change ( you could have kids of your own ) , feelings change as well but once the kids are on the deed you cannot get them off unless they ( or their guardian if they are still minors) are willing to sign off .
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#68
(06-12-2021, 12:48 AM)blackfriar Wrote: ...

My plan is to buy one of these places that has an old house good enough to still rebuild or at least have a foundation where one was (because if it is a foundation or an old house you are gonna gut, you do not need permits to build.)  

This isnsomething I plan on doing over the next few years.  And what I also plan on doing will probably make forum members cringe.  But I am putting her childrens' name on the land title, along with mine.  (not hers)  Because I am gonna die eventually and I dont want it to just go to the state.  Also, it will entice people there to be involved in looking after the place.

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The question in my mind is why wouldn't you seek out an estate attorney in the country where the property is located? This way you'd get proper legal counsel for disposing/transfer of assets to intended beneficiaries.

Giving up title while you're still alive seems like a dubious strategy.
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#69
(05-25-2021, 11:53 PM)Wintermute Wrote: I'm not quite 40 , but feather boas haven't failed me yet



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#70
Quote:And what I also plan on doing will probably make forum members cringe.

I cannot see anything good about the plan. Are there any younger members of your own bloodline, like nieces or nephews?
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#71
Yeah that sounds like a great way to end up at the bottom of a lake once the papers are signed
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#72
On happier colors, tones, and hues... I only disagree with this "fashion advice" video for "middle-aged men" about 21%.  Not bad, kids.  Not bad at all!



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