Lazy Mans Guide to Older Women – Cougar Dating

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But, before we get to that use this report to boost the amount of women in your life. Men have always had fantasies of dating (or sleeping with) older women. And, women have wanted to find their own stud muffin as witnessed by Hollywood stars such as Mae West, Mary Tyler Moore, Raquel Welsh, and Susan Sarandan. More recently, Demi Moore has made the older woman – younger man idea sexy when she married hunk Ashton Kutcher. Other celebrity women dating younger men include Halle Berry (Gabriel Aubry) and Linda Hogan (19 year old Charlie Hill).

Many television shows and movies have also grabbed onto this popular trend.
Fran Drescher had a (not so popular) show called “Living With Fran” on WB in the 2005-2006 season. VH1 put together a reality show “Kept” where 12 young studs compete to become Jeri Hall’s “kept man” for a year. And, in the ultimate chic flick, Samantha dates a younger man on 2008’s Sex and the City movie.

In fact, Kim Cattrall, the actress who plays Samantha on Sex and the City, dates a man 23 years her junior, chef Alan Wyse. Why is this trend so popular right now? Part of it could be because opposites attract. Younger men may like the experience and confidence of older women and the older women, in turn, like the hard body factor of younger men.

The trend is so popular that there is a term for older women who date younger men. They’re called “cougars.” At first, this was a derogatory term for women who would go home with whatever man was left at a bar’s closing time. But, lately, women have taken up the term with pride.

Here’s some statistics you should know about cougars: 1/3 of women over age 40 have dated a younger man. The percentage of women who married a younger man has doubled overthe past 20 years. Women marrying for the second time are seven times more likely than first time brides to marry a younger man. “Cougars” are generally women in managerial positions or own their own businesses. They tend to be divorced and have children. Nearly half of women over age 45 are divorced or single. American women are more likely to spend half of their adult lives single. Why You’d Want to Meet a Cougar So, why would you want to meet a Cougar? One of the reasons so many younger men seek out older women is because they just don’t connect with women their own age.

There’s also sexual component to it. Many adolescents fantasize about losing their virginity to older, experienced women. Even after men become experienced themselves, some of them continue to have a sexual fantasy involving an older woman.

Older women are experienced. They know what they want in the bedroom. This confidence leads to better sex. Younger women are more likely to be timid.

Aside from sex, there are also emotional reasons to date older women. Cougars don’t play the “head games” that women in their 20’s seem to think are necessary in a relationship. Older women also have more life experience which makes life with them more interesting. She also genuinely understands men and their needs.

A Cougar doesn’t need your money. Not only is she not concerned about the prestige of your job, she also doesn’t care whether you take the “long route” to getting one. For this reason, many men who are pursuing advanced degrees, working on developing a career that doesn’t have immediate potential, or pursuing a passion, find older women to be more understanding about money issues.

She also isn’t going to be concerned about your not being able to pick up the check every time. One of the best things about Cougars is that they have money of their own and they’re not afraid to spend it.

Finally, a Cougar will be more relaxed about commitment. She is not going to be rushing to the alter. More than likely, she’s already been married once, so the “big day” is less important to her.

What’s In It For Her? So, why would a Cougar want to meet you? For one thing, it’s trendy and many women will jump on a trend. Part of that is that because society finds it more acceptable, she will be likely to pursue a natural interest in a younger man without worrying about the social stigma. But another part is that women just want to do the “next new thing.”

She also perceives that younger men are better in bed than men her own age or older. Younger men have more stamina. They also have harder, more attractive bodies, in general.

But there may also be some biology at play here. A woman reaches her sexual peak in her late 30’s and remains very sexual in her 40’s and even early 50’s. Men, on the other hand, peak sexually at age 19. Men in their 20’s are much more sexually in tune with older women that the women’s peers are.

She may also have a mothering instinct. If your Cougar is like this, she may actually be glad if you are still in school or are just beginning to build a career. Whether she’s looking to mother you, one of the strongest motivations a Cougar has is that she doesn’t want a father figure in a man.

A cougar may also believe that you will look up to her as the worldly, experienced woman that she is. It may make her feel good to pick up the check, give career advice or mentor you,
Another reason that women like younger men is because men her own age or older are not likely to accept her successes naturally. As I mentioned in the introduction, most Cougars are managers or small business owners. This threatens many of the men in their peer group who are more likely to see the ideal woman as a homemaker.

Younger men may be “metrosexuals” which Cougars are very comfortable with. A metrosexual is a single heterosexual man who lives in a city who has a strong concern for his appearance.

A concern for her own appearance may be one of the motivating factors in a Cougar picking up a younger man. As a woman ages, she becomes less confident about her own attractiveness. Being able to attract a younger man is a way that lets her know that she’s still “got it.”

A woman could have been a Cougar all of her life (she dated a freshman when she was a senior in high school) or she may be a late bloomer. If she was fairly sexually repressed in her 20s, she may feel that she’s catching up on lost time by dating a younger guy.

Hunting The Wild Cougar (Where to Meet a Cougar) So, if you are setting out to meet an older women who might be interested in you, where should you look? There are two obvious places where you can meet single women of any age. The first is at a bar. While Cougars are unlikely to hang out at the latest rave, they do go to bars. And, when they go to bars, they’re on the prowl. If you want to meet an older woman who is actively looking for a younger man, go to a bar where the female demographic is in their 30s.

The other common place to meet an older woman is online. While these women do go places such as EHarmony and, there are specific sites set up for older women and younger men to meet. While you could run into an older woman by chance on the mainstream site, if you are seeking out a Cougar, check out this site:

But, don’t limit yourself to singles bars and online dating sites. If you want to meet a Cougar in real life, here are some places where you might find her.

1. Starbucks first thing in the morning. Remember, she’s a go-getter. She’s going to be at work first thing in the morning. That means that she’s going to need her coffee. So, one of the best places to meet an older lady who just might be interested in you is at the local coffee shop. You should frequent a Starbucks every morning and chat up the ladies you meet in line. A casual encounter over early morning coffee could lead to a late night romantic tryst over wine.

2. A “social” supermarket. Hey, these women have to eat. And, in virtually every major city, there’s a “social” supermarket located in a heavily singles area where casual encounters can lead to bigger things. Make a point of stopping in the supermarket in the evenings to see if you can pick up more than a loaf of bread and a bunch of bananas.

3. The Gym. A Cougar is, by definition, concerned about her looks. She’s not going to let her body go to pot just because she’s aging. So, the local gym is a great place to meet these women. In fact, personal trainers have an inside track to hooking up with fit, older women. But, even if you just are a gym rat, you can pick up a Cougar. Help her out with a machine, spot her on weights, or even take a spinning class to get to know some women. Early mornings and late evenings are the best time to meet these women as they have to work their work out around their busy careers.

4. Classes. Women like to do group activities more than men. And, a single woman is more likely to engage in self improvement classes than a single man is. Therefore, if you sign up for a writer’s workshop, wine tasting, or music appreciation class, you are quite likely to have the pick of the ladies. Perhaps the best kind of class to take is social dancing. Women tend to
outnumber men in these classes and the activities require mixed gender pairs. So, you will be quite popular if you enroll in a social dancing class.

5. Weddings. You don’t have to be a wedding crasher to meet women, but it would behoove you to attend all of the weddings you are invited to. Single women never feel quite as alone as they do at weddings when the focal point of the event is two people promising themselves to each other forever. If you attend weddings with the intent of meeting women, you’re sure to be in luck more often than not.

A Subtle Game (Approaching a Cougar) So, now you have spotted a woman who you think you might be interested in. How do you approach her? If you are at a singles bar or online dating site, you can use the standard pick up lines. But, if you are in a more traditional place, you will have to be more creative.

First you will have to ascertain if she is single and if she is open to a date. If a woman makes eye contact across a room, it’s a good sign she’s open to a conversation. When you talk to her, if she’s somewhat flirtatious, it might be worth pursuing further. When she touches you on the shoulder or knee, she’s demonstrating a definite interest. If she goes out of her way to “bump” into you from time to time, definitely strike up a conversation if she’s to your liking.

Once you’ve decided that you would like to go out on a date, here are some key tips for how to approach her: Don’t bring up the age difference unless she does. She will know you are younger, so there’s no point in mentioning it. She wants to be treated like a woman, not an “older woman.” Be respectful. Younger women will put up with more nonsense than older women will. So, be respectful. Be confident and take charge. She’ll respect you for it. Suggest somewhere that is interesting. We’ll get into where to go on your date in the next section, but, as a preview, ambiance counts with older women. If she’s open to a date, she has one of two fantasies about you. She could be looking at you as a “boy toy” who is decorative to have around and probably good in bed. In this case, you’ll just be a casual fling. On the other hand, she could be looking for a long term relationship with a man. It could be that she likes younger men or it could be that she’s just particularly attracted to you. Try to figure out where she’s coming from before you make your approach.

The First Date If there is more than a 7 year gap in your ages, you will probably have different expectations of what a first date should be like. While younger women are often comfortable with the “hanging out” routine, an older lady will want to be romanced.

If you are meeting a woman for the first time (for instance, you met online or this is a blind date), you’ll want to go to an interesting bar for a drink. This way, if the meeting doesn’t go well, either of you can decide to end it after a couple of beers or a glass of wine. But, don’t think a hole in the wall pool bar is a great place to meet. Suggest a trendy martini bar or wine bar or a place where the Jazz is good. Show some class.

If you are going to commit to dinner, the same advice applies. The best places to go are places that have a lot of ambience. For instance, a Tapas restaurant is a good conversation starter. A dinner cruise is something classy and unique. Fondue resturants are popular right now and they’re fun. So, look for someplace that has atmosphere.

If you take your Cougar on a date to a restaurant, you should mind your table manners. Older women are far more concerned about decorum at the table than younger women are. Along this same line, you should plan to dress nicely, be well groomed, and have interesting things to talk about. If you are not into a restaurant for your date, you have other options as well. What about a picnic in the park? Be sure to bring a kite. Going to an amusement park can be a great first date if you are willing to risk spending that much time on

a first date. A zoo gives you a similar experience. Physical activities can be a great way for your cougar to show off just how fit she is. Tennis is a great first date idea for two people who are handy with a racket. If neither of you play, how about a round of miniature golf? The point is to be creative and put some effort into the first date. That way, if you hit it off, she will already be looking forward to the second one. Here Kitty Kitty (How to Talk to a Cougar) Because there is a gap in your ages and life experiences, there are some things that you have to realize about talking to an older woman. The music of her youth is likely to be “oldies” to you. Her coming of age experiences may be very different than yours.

Most Cougars are successful professional women. They are likely to be up on current events, trends in business, and even the arts. They are, as a group, highly educated and thus appreciate the finer things in life. This doesn’t mean that every older lady is more at home at the opera than at a rock concert, but you have to take her breeding into account when you talk to her.

Older women have a lot of balls in the air. Your Cougar may have teen age or young adult children from a previous relationship. She’s successful at work. She tries to keep herself attractive and healthy. She’s trying to finance her lifestyle while saving for retirement. She may volunteer at church or in the community. All of these things mean she’s got a lot on her plate. But it also means she has a lot of interests. One dimensional conversation won’t cut it with her.

So, if you’re going to keep up, you need to stay on top of things. You need to become well read so you can converse with her. While you don’t have to turn into a literature professor or a current events pundit overnight, she will appreciate being able to have an intelligent conversation with you.

She may be cynical about your idealism and your idealistic approach to life and the world’s problems. Remember that she has a lot of experience pointing her to real world solutions. But, she is also open to the ideas of a younger generation – she is dating you after all!

Another thing that you should realize is that an older lady gets a lot out of flirting. Flirting can be verbal – but it can also be done with eye contact and physical touching. It’s good to give her compliments, but don’t always focus on her looks. She may, in fact, be self-conscious about aging and any complements on her physical appearance may bring attention to the fact she’s getting older. Instead, balance comments about her hair or eyes with complements about her competence at work, her easy going nature, or her grasp of a situation.

Sex and the Older Single Lady A Cougar is never going to say “let’s wait until marriage.” Those words just aren’t in her vocabulary. If you hear that from an older lady, you know that you DON’T have a Cougar on your hands. A Cougar is very interested in sex. One of the reasons you are appealing to her is because you are able to last longer in more creative positions than the gentlemen of her own age are.

She is very confident in her own sexuality and won’t hesitate to tell you what she likes. She may get a kick out of instructing you and helping you grow sexually. People do not lose their sex drives as they age. In fact, women find they have more testosterone as they get older which kicks their sex drives into higher gear. However, there are some sexual issues that you should be aware of if you are dating an older woman. First, you should know that she’s very self conscious about the age difference.

Lazy Mans Guide | No More Nights Alone Get a Cougar She wants to feel like she’s got the body of a 20 year old. She’ll appreciate your compliments – to a degree. But, she doesn’t want you constantly bringing up her looks as that will only make her think about the fact that she is no longer 22. Next, you should know that as women age, the lining of the vaginal wall begins to thin and it becomes more rigid. The production of vaginal lubrication drops. This can lead to discomfort in intercourse. If this is the case, you should be prepared to lubricate her manually. You can work this in as a form of foreplay. You should also be aware of sex and reproduction issues. If a woman in her early 40s has never had children, she may be facing a “now or never” situation. While most Cougars are satisfied with the children they already have, you should be aware of a woman’s biological clock in some cases. Finally, you should openly and honestly discuss protection against Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Just because a woman is past childbearing age does not mean that you can stop using protection.

Going Long With Your New Pet (Long Term Relationships) When you date outside your age group, there are challenges. It is more commonly accepted for an older man to date a younger woman than the other way around. You may attract some stares from strangers or some hostility from friends or family.

While some Cougars like to have “boy toys” as “flings,” other settle down into long term committed relationships and even marriages with younger men. This brings on its own set of challenges.

If you are around the same age as her children are, there may be some discomfort on the part of the children and her ex. You shouldn’t expect to play a stepfather figure to someone who is two years younger than you.

And, if she decides to change her will to include you, there may even be lawsuits from the children who are being cut out. Know too that you are operating on different biological clocks. As I mentioned above, if she is nearing menopause, she’s facing a “now or never” situation for having a first child or another child. However, most Cougars are happy with their progeny as it is. You may be the one who longs for a child that she cannot give you. Many long term Cougar relationships break up over this issue.

Further, you should realize that while she is a youthful middle age woman now, she’ll be old at some point and you’ll be in your prime. She’ll get old and you’ll get middle aged. Is there a future in this relationship for you given those circumstances?

She has chosen to date a younger man because of the unique role you can play in her life. Men her own age often cannot handle her liberation and her strength. You need to be able to consistently give her the support she needs. That means that you have to be available for her on her schedule. You have to realize that in this relationship, it’s not about you.

While she may be on the prowl at first for an older man and you may be specifically looking for a younger woman right now, eventually, all relationships boil down to two people making a life for themselves. Ultimately, this is not about a Cougar and her Boy Toy, it’s about you and her and the rest of your lives.

Cougar Dating


The Joys of being a Cougar – Cougar Match

Years pass over your body like the lubricated hands of a teenage masseuse. In this lemonade light, lines that would once have been dismissed as wrinkles become the delicate frame for a face bathed in sexy. These are liberational, feminish times, when boys you may have babysat for are allowed, nay, encouraged to lay down with you in the pose of a third husband or video dancer. Your conversations are short and frustrating, and he never picks up on your Moomins references, or recognises any songs pre-Ray of Light, but there are things that make up for this, like the muscular ridges which lead like treacherous mountain paths down from his hip bones into his briefs, and the half-disgusted yet lusty stares of the peers of yours still to learn that ageing is a choice. You prowl, you scratch, you scold like a dinner lady. You are older woman, hear you roar.★ Cougar Match


Catching a Cougar can be tricky – Find Cougars

Dear Mr. Dad: My mom is 46 and has been divorced from our dad for two years. Recently she met Doug, who’s 33. He seems nice enough and mom says she’s happy, but my sister and I (both in our early 20s) think she’s making a big mistake dating a man only a few years older than her daughters. Can an age-gap relationship like that really work out?

Answer: I wish it weren’t the case, but the simple answer is that there’s no guarantee any relationship — age-appropriate or not — will work out in the long run. As you and your sister know first-hand, the divorce rate in this country is very high, and couples have all sorts of reasons (some better than others) for splitting up. If your mom and her young boyfriend do break up, the age difference may not have anything to do with it at all.

How much of your resentment do you think comes from watching TV shows like “Cougar Town,” which depicts older women on the prowl for younger men? I’m sure the show has plenty of entertainment value (although I don’t really see it), but I’m just as sure that it doesn’t even come close to accurately portraying real-life relationships between so-called “May-December” couples. I can certainly understand how you might resent that show (and the whole concept of cougars) for the way it stereotypes just about everyone in it.

So here’s a question. If your mom were dating a man 13 years older than she is, would you and your sister be just as upset? Younger woman/older man relationships don’t even raise an eyebrow (unless it’s a 25-year-old who has “fallen in love” with an 80-year old. The fact that he’s worth $200 million has nothing to do with it. Right.). I’m assuming that since you didn’t mention it, your mom’s net worth is something less than $200 million, which means that Doug’s motives are probably pretty pure. So, really and truly, what’s wrong with an older woman dating or marrying a younger man, as long as they care about each other, are compatible, have common interests, and are positive influences on each other’s lives? Or looking at it differently, what’s wrong with a younger man wanting to date or marry an older woman?

As to how you and your sister deal with this situation, I think you should start by making an effort to get to know Doug a little better, and try to see him for what he is (and what your mom sees him as): a human being, flaws and all, who just happens to be 13 years younger than she is. It’s perfectly normal for you and your sister to feel protective of your mother and to want to keep her from getting hurt. But if you give the guy a fair shake, you might be surprised to discover that he’s as nice as your mom says he is, and that you actually like him — despite their age difference.

But whether you like Doug or not, if he makes your mom happy, she’ll continue seeing him. So the best thing you can do is accept the situation and keep your criticism to yourself (which is probably what she did when you and your sister came home with boyfriends she didn’t like). The last thing you want to do is to mess with your relationship with your mom — that’s a very hard thing to heal. And when all is said and done, all you really want is for your mom to be happy, right? Find Cougars


How to Look Like a Cougar – For Sex

Cougars! The latest description of women who like younger men.

[At least it’s no longer called “robbing the cradle” or “perverse.”]

Throughout history, there have been older woman-younger man pairings but without the surrounding publicity we now have via celebrity news and instant media. And because of this, the use of the term cougar has gone from a pejorative term to one that is positive and has hit the popular mainstream of today’s media love of anything sexual.

Historically men have been involved with younger women [often very much younger women] and that was acceptable. But women involved with younger men had not been so well received; that is until now. [And the younger man in the relationship was never belittled as much as the older woman.]

So – you want to be a cougar? Yes? Then go for it!

The 1st step in being or becoming a cougar is to not worry what others might think of you. If you worry about how those “others” view you – you need to develop some tough skin as there are some, maybe even your friends, who will not approve of your “going cougar.”

The 2nd step is to look your best. I’m one who thinks we all “look our age” because we are our age and that’s how we look. But that said – the more general population has myths about how older woman look. My article 5 Misconceptions About People Over 65 explores some of those myths.

Can we look younger? I’m not sure of that in reality, but we can meet the societal mythology of “you don’t look your age.” And we can do that by looking the best we can look.

And how do we look our best? And especially, how do we do this if we are over 40, 50, 60 or even 70?

Not by trying to look “young” in teenage type clothing! Sorry – but teen clothes are for teens – not grown woman. Few of us can carry off that skin-tight-belly-hip-showing style without looking like – well woman trying sadly to look like teens.

Instead be a great example of who you already are!


Lose the belly fat, exercise, and stretch.
Be as lean and lithe as your body will allow and wear clothing that complements your body.
Take care of your skin with water-based products; keep your hair neat and colored if you wish.

And do wear some makeup.
Ready – set – go!!

Get out there and be a cougar! For Sex


From a Cougars Mouth – Local Cougars

You ever hear that statistic about how the more educated you are, the less likely you’ll want to marry? Or how the divorce rate increases with each marriage? What does that tell you? Maybe that us seasoned gals got more interesting things to do than fuss and fret over what he meant by that comment, or what he was really doing that weekend. We’re busy doing exactly what we want to do and not necessarily because there’s some grand sense of purpose and destiny behind it. Maybe it’s just fun and feels good.

And that frankly is all it takes to be a cougar. The ability to say, “Screw that, I’m doing it my way.” Or put another way, “I’m going to follow my heart — at last.”

Whatever you call it, I’d be less than perfectly seasoned in my advice if I didn’t forewarn you. The simple knack of following your heart is virtually guaranteed to take you off the usual life paths. And sometimes you’ll have to put up with stupid things like people labeling you a “cougar” just because your boyfriend’s a tad younger than you.

Share ThisEmail Facebook Twitter StumbleUpon Delicious Digg 1 comments My attitude about the whole cougar thing is to try not to get too hung on the word itself — to get down to the gestalt (so to speak) of the label. At which point, it dawns on me that being a cougar is really about freedom spiced, perhaps, with a dash of rebellion.

Now doesn’t that sound fun — far moreso than trying to follow a bunch of antiquated rules in your head? Rules like, marry a guy with an actual profession or at least some money in the bank. Have two kids and raise them to be geniuses, while launching a non-profit organization to save the world from poverty and/or global warming. Be super nice but never a pushover. Throw neighborhood parties where even pets are invited. Get tipsy on an excellent Chardonnay but not hammered or, perish the thought, sloppily drunk. Be happy with sex once a year, and for god’s sake, keep your depression to yourself.

Good grief, why waste the second half of your life chasing someone else’s idea of the good life? I have girlfriends in their 40s who still think they’ll be sucked into a black hole of loneliness and destruction if they’re not married by the time they hit 50.

Even I used to think that, even though statistics show that Americans are less likely to marry than ever before. Let’s stop being so darn responsible and conformist, and start having some fun on our terms — even if it means being called a cougar. Marriage has become a barometer of well, nothing, and I’ve certainly been called worse. Local Cougars


What is a Cougar?

An older woman who frequents clubs in order to score with a much younger man. The cougar can be anyone from an overly surgically altered wind tunnel victim, to an absolute sad and bloated old horn-meister, to a real hottie or milf. Cougars are gaining in popularity — particularly the true hotties — as young men find not only a sexual high, but many times a chick with her shit together. That cougar I met last night, showed me shit I didn’t know existed, I’m goin back for more.

Noun. A 35+ year old female who is on the “hunt” for a much younger, energetic, willing-to-do-anything male. The cougar can frequently be seen in a padded bra, cleavage exposed, propped up against a swanky bar in San Francisco (or other cities)waiting, watching, calculating; gearing up to sink her claws into an innocent young and strapping buck who happens to cross her path. “Man is cougar’s number one prey” Millions of them. More famously, Demi and Ashton, Naomi Watts and Heath Ledger, Joan Collins and her hubby, Cameron and Justin, Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins

An attractive woman in her 30′s or 40′s who is on the hunt once again. She may be found in the usual hunting grounds: nightclubs, bars, beaches, etc. She will not play the usual B.S. games that women in their early twenties participate in. End state, she will be going for the kill, just like you. Associated with milfs I bagged a cougar last night at the club. What is a cougar


How to catch a cougar

How to catch a cougar – IN SEVENTH GRADE, YOU FANTASIZED about your tres sexy, much older, French teacher making you stay after school for a little “one-on-one.” Nowadays, she might be considered a cougar–a “seasoned” woman who prefers younger men. Bagging one can be a mind-blowing experience, especially if you’re new to the hunt. “Their life experience and maturity go way beyond that of any younger girl,” says Michael Crider, author of The Guy’s Guide to Dating, Getting Hitched, and Surviving the First Year of Marriage. “They are more comfortable in their own skin and end up being a better companion most days.” She may be a Demi doppelganger, a Samantha type from Sex and the City, or the divorcee next door. If you’re bold–yet confident–you can embark on your own cougar safari. Let us be your guide. How to catch a cougar


1 She doesn’t sweat the small stuff. If it doesn’t leave a scar or she can pay with her credit card, then it’s not a problem. She’s less drama. Period.

2 She wants what you want. You have needs. She sympathizes. Finally, a match made in heaven.

3 She doesn’t care how much you make. She’s already had the guy that makes your income times 10.

4 She’s more confident than girls your age. She won’t wake you up in the middle of the night to ask what you’re thinking because she doesn’t give a damn. She will, however, wake you for other reasons.

5 She likes you, really. “Be yourself,” says Cyndi Targosz, author of Dating the Younger Man. “Don’t pretend to be something you’re not.” Don’t know wines? Pass her the wine list rather than looking like a schmuck asking where the Bordeaux is from. Huge fan of indie movies? Show her your favorites. Your passion will be infectious.
How to catch a cougar

Step one: Play like you think she’s really smart and experienced.

Step two: Scoff when she says she has shoes older than you. Proper response: “And your point?”

Step three: Feign surprise when she tells you her age, then–counterintuitive as it sounds to step one–tell her you like women who are older because girls your age “don’t know what they’re doing.” Let her draw her own conclusions about the “doing” you’re talking about. How to catch a cougar

The logic: Make her feel being older is an asset you covet. (She’ll be less threatened by your same-age female friends.)


Cougars get their name because they love the hunt. So let her be the hunter, or at least give that impression. Be confident, but coy. Be your age. But remember: While patience can be a virtue in any hunt, don’t waste her time. She’s got her eye on the clock, so don’t obsess with trivialities. Then, never, ever leave her unsatisfied or you’ll quickly find yourself replaced by a more competent, uh, stud.


Word to the wise: Don’t brag about her age publicly (Mrs. Robinson jokes aren’t funny anymore; this includes just humming the song) and don’t try to get over on her. “An older woman can spot a player from a mile away, and they won’t be bothered with him,” says Crider. If you do right by her, you’ll be the king of the castle, but the minute your facts don’t line up, you’ll find yourself stuffed and displayed on her trophy wall. How to catch a cougar


How To Be a Cougar

Step 1:

Reassess your possibilities. How To Be a Cougar The fundamental definition of a cougar is a woman who can attract younger men. And it’s not usually by just a few years – it’s more like a few generations. You need to reconsider what age means to you and realize that it’s only a number. Age gave you experience, a great job and a steady income. For a lot of young guys, this is exactly what they’re looking for.  Don’t discount anyone because of their age, or you’ll be selling yourself short.

Step 2:

Be approachable. To be a cougar, you’ve got to have the ability to attract younger men. Your body language must seem inviting and even a little bit flirtatious. Don’t spend the night hidden in the corner either, or you’ll never meet anyone. Get out there, make conversation with a young guy and make them feel comfortable talking to you. Smile, laugh and bat your eye lashes. You want them to take one look at you and make a beeline for the empty seat next to you.

Step 3:

Dress the part. A cougar isn’t necessarily the most modestly dressed woman in the room. It just doesn’t suit the title. In fact, a cougar, by nature, should be dressed provocatively in order to attract younger men. Wear revealing clothes and few of them. Leave the shawls and pants at homes, ladies – tonight is the time for mini-skirts and sleeveless tops. You want to show off your assets to get the younger men interested in all that you have to offer. How To Be a Cougar


How to spot a Cougar in a Bar

How to spot a Cougar People are living much longer than a few decades ago. That makes 50 the new 30. And that makes a whole section of our society vibrant, sexual women. Whether they had a bad marriage, lost a loved one, or just enjoy playing the field, they are out on the prowl for young hot guys. They are called cougars, and they could be at a bar near you.

•Step 1
Look for a group of single women. Cougars, the females, travel in packs. Look for a pack of older women hanging out at the bar. Most likely they will be loud, rowdy and seem as if they are having too good of a time. They want to be noticed. So if you notice them, they are already pulling you into their den.

•Step 2
Make sudden eye contact. Before you can figure out why, the cougar is holding your gaze. Cougars are not bashful. Their biggest appeal is that they are down to have a good time tonight. Forget the games, the coy gazes and having to beg for sex. Cougars are ready for attack. If they are holding your gaze, watch out for their deadly pounce.

•Step 3
Know that you will be caught in a “cat trap” if you accept a drink. This is a serious reversal for a man at a bar. Most men are used to buying drinks for several women in the hopes that one accepts their drink and graces them with their presence. Not cougars, they are not afraid of courting you. After all, most of them are older and have money to burn, especially from a jerk ex-husband.

•Step 4
Make physical contact. You’re just trying to be polite and you accept their drink. But suddenly before you know it, they have their hands on you massaging your shoulders telling you how “boyish” and cute you are. You my friend have not only made contact with a cougar, you are about to be devoured by one.

•Step 5
Choose whether you go with her if she suggests you leave the bar. Cougars tend to move quickly. They know their prey is a captive audience and if a sexy young starlet comes sauntering, your attention may be diverted. You can go and have some insane fun or hold your ground and tame the cougar attack. It’s up to you, but with the cougar’s smart sensibility and surprising agility, you may just want to go on a hunt you will enjoy.


5 Steps to being a COUGAR

•Step 1
being a COUGAR Look at younger men in a whole new light. You don’t have to slip him your daughter’s phone number. Slip him yours instead.

•Step 2
Remember that age is only a number. You may be 10 years older or more, but that doesn’t mean that a younger man can’t or won’t think of you as an attractive, sexy woman.

•Step 3
Laugh at the people rude enough to point out the age difference between you and your prey. Sure, he may be barely old enough to buy his own beer, but if he is old enough to purchase alcoholic beverages, he’s old enough to figure out what he wants. Maybe what he wants is you. being a COUGAR

•Step 4
Flaunt what you’ve got. Identify an exceptional feature to accentuate. Find a way to highlight your long legs, killer smile or great derriere. Go for a sexy and classy look that men will find alluring, and leave the trashy stuff for Britney and Paris.

•Step 5
Dare to improve yourself physically and educationally. Part of the cougar’s allure is that she is at the top of her game. She hasn’t stagnated or let herself go. Take a class, head to the gym or travel to a place that has always intrigued you. Besides, those locations can be excellent hunting grounds. being a COUGAR

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