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Posted on Oct 12, 2011 at 01:11 PM

Feel free to view my profile and feast your eyes upon my NEW PICS. And, yes, my sexy MILF's and Cougars: it feels WONDERFUL to age like fine wine. I'm 40 years old and believe that I look and feel better than ever.

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Posted on Nov 07, 2011 at 08:50 AM

Quoting litenbrite:

HPD, Never even bothered trying getting anything, And bought up my son and sent him to University by doing three jobs. When I came to the USA I had a very good job in England and had sold my flat in England and bought enough money to buy our first home. I have had the same furniture for 17 years. We had lost our House in Hurricane Andrew. Rebuilt it, and I personaly did all the finish work inside the house, and sold the House, Lived in Tampa for 14 months, Then came back to south Florida because of my ex Husbands job. We had saved our money and had enough to buy the little house I live in now. My ex got all of his trucks Boats ect havnt had the decision on the house yet, but it is only a little wooden house on stilts, Nothing luxurious. I am good at sewing and decorating. and I have worked hard. So your suggestion of handouts is completly wrong.



Very nice house, LB. I appreciate your taste for the finer things.

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Posted on Nov 06, 2011 at 03:45 AM

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Hey LitenBrite: Jusy my opinion here: I must say that there are VERY few attractive Western women who aren't being financially supported to some degree, by a man--maybe it's her ex husband, a doormat boyfriend, or family connections. You say that you were the breadwinner, but I just find it hard to believe that you didn't receive SOME level of financial support, whether it be through a divorce or other financial windfall, from a man. I've shared an off-and-on relationship with a gorgeous 55-year-old woman for nearly 6 years. She divorced a doctor and claims (like most women) that she didn't get a penny from him (as if she should be entitled to such!), but you should see her furniture, her appliances, etc. ALL of it is top of the line stuff that she kept during her marraige to the doctor. I see the same kind of furniture in your pics--yes, I look at the background of all people's pics because it tells me a lot about that person. What do I see in your background? Well, correct me if I'm wrong, but you live in a part of FLA that is almost wholly affluent, and you seem to dwell amid an exceptional quality of things. So, I just don't think that you were able to amass such a quality of living on your own. Not many people can--man or woman.


HPD, Never even bothered trying getting anything, And bought up my son and sent him to University by doing three jobs. When I came to the USA I had a very good job in England and had sold my flat in England and bought enough money to buy our first home. I have had the same furniture for 17 years. We had lost our House in Hurricane Andrew. Rebuilt it, and I personaly did all the finish work inside the house, and sold the House, Lived in Tampa for 14 months, Then came back to south Florida because of my ex Husbands job. We had saved our money and had enough to buy the little house I live in now. My ex got all of his trucks Boats ect havnt had the decision on the house yet, but it is only a little wooden house on stilts, Nothing luxurious. I am good at sewing and decorating. and I have worked hard. So your suggestion of handouts is completly wrong.


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Posted on Nov 04, 2011 at 07:01 PM

HPD, although you addressed your comments to Litenbrite, I think you are being unrealistic as to what women receive in most divorce settlements.  My ex- had graduated with a BSc (hons) from university when we married and I was working. Ultimately his job required him to re-locate so along I go and lose my professional connection.  Three  kids later I decide it is my turn.  BUT being a proud and intelligent woman, I do it on my own, with scholarships and part-time jobs that pay my way plus the childcare costs for my youngest child, while still looking after three kids, a husband and a home.  I had the RIGHT to a career just as he did but the balancing act of duties was mainly mine.  Did I get 50% of everything, NO.  But do women earn as much as men, NO.  Although we can achieve higher scholastic grades than men, we often get short changed on the salary and promotional opportunities.  I have just read the most recent statistics on this theme and they support what I am saying. 

 

 

 

You are insulting women to suggest Litenbrite can follow her career BECAUSE her ex- left her some money.  What a lot of hooey!! We can now follow careers because we are trained for them, deserve them and excel at them.  Many women now have children outside of marriage because they know what a burden it would be to have that man dictating all of their actions.  Seriously young and handsome/buff as you are, we have desires beyond that and we can fulfill them without that - there are a lot of nice young men who do appreciate wht we have to offer.


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Posted on Nov 02, 2011 at 08:42 AM

Quoting litenbrite:

HPD, I accept the fact that I do not want to do everything that a Man can do, Im busy enough being a feminine Woman. I have had to be the bread winner as I bought up my son alone without help, and did a good job, He is a really nice man and good Father. That part of my life has passed, Now I love being able to be a soft caring loving Woman, and thats what I want, Women have a great deal of power of their very own, without being in competition with a Man.   and I like a Man to take care of business...and I will take care of him.                                                                                                                                  It isnt always a Womans fault that they are more aggresive these days, Its because they have had to be, They get left with children or sick Parents and end up taking responsability for everyone, and yes they could turn their back on all of that, but they are Women and most of the time they don't.          ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​                             So if a man wants to take me to dinner and pay the bill I will accept that, [but depending on his circumstances do not expect that] I LOVE being a FEMININE WOMAN. Its who I really am, and if others do not like it that is their problem not mine.


Hey LitenBrite: Jusy my opinion here: I must say that there are VERY few attractive Western women who aren't being financially supported to some degree, by a man--maybe it's her ex husband, a doormat boyfriend, or family connections. You say that you were the breadwinner, but I just find it hard to believe that you didn't receive SOME level of financial support, whether it be through a divorce or other financial windfall, from a man. I've shared an off-and-on relationship with a gorgeous 55-year-old woman for nearly 6 years. She divorced a doctor and claims (like most women) that she didn't get a penny from him (as if she should be entitled to such!), but you should see her furniture, her appliances, etc. ALL of it is top of the line stuff that she kept during her marraige to the doctor. I see the same kind of furniture in your pics--yes, I look at the background of all people's pics because it tells me a lot about that person. What do I see in your background? Well, correct me if I'm wrong, but you live in a part of FLA that is almost wholly affluent, and you seem to dwell amid an exceptional quality of things. So, I just don't think that you were able to amass such a quality of living on your own. Not many people can--man or woman.

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Posted on Oct 27, 2011 at 02:32 AM

HPD, I accept the fact that I do not want to do everything that a Man can do, Im busy enough being a feminine Woman. I have had to be the bread winner as I bought up my son alone without help, and did a good job, He is a really nice man and good Father. That part of my life has passed, Now I love being able to be a soft caring loving Woman, and thats what I want, Women have a great deal of power of their very own, without being in competition with a Man.   and I like a Man to take care of business...and I will take care of him.                                                                                                                                  It isnt always a Womans fault that they are more aggresive these days, Its because they have had to be, They get left with children or sick Parents and end up taking responsability for everyone, and yes they could turn their back on all of that, but they are Women and most of the time they don't.          ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​                             So if a man wants to take me to dinner and pay the bill I will accept that, [but depending on his circumstances do not expect that] I LOVE being a FEMININE WOMAN. Its who I really am, and if others do not like it that is their problem not mine.


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Posted on Oct 25, 2011 at 10:54 PM

Well HPD as to accruing half of my ex-'s wealth, not so.  My lawyer even turned to me and said, well you were lucky, you got the house?  the house was rundown and neglected because he lived in it after I left, had a huge mortgage and that man walked off with cash in hand.  I had done my time at uni (10 years) and raised 3 kids while he garnered experience in his field and I definitely deserved at least half.


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Posted on Oct 25, 2011 at 08:48 AM

Quoting litenbrite:

HPD, You are a very Handsome and fit young man. but have some very strong conditional ideas which I am sure are kept to the letter just like your exercise regime. and somewhat of a challenge. Equilaty, but you make all the rules??? Hmm ?


Thanks for the compliments Litenbrite. Keep in mind that my posts are merely food for thought. And they're just my opinions. But you should also know that I'm going to voice those opinions and live by them because I'm not afraid to stand by my words. I don't think and do like everyone else seems to be doing in this current paint-by-numbers Westernized lifestyle. I've said it before: women expect, and SHOULD HAVE, equal access to power. But, to me, the truth is, most women don't want to accept the responsibility that comes with having access to such power. Women demand equality, but you still want us, the men, to do the gruntwork: approach you, ask you out, and pay for dinners, etc. Women want freedom, but they still expect the MEN to fight and die on the front lines of battle. You women want a career, and the material rewards that come from working in that career, yet you expect your children to grow up "normal", despite being raised by "daycare." Women divorce their husbands, yet they still can expect to accrue 50% of his pre-tax dollars, while earning the income from their "career." I know: harsh opinions. But there is a huge price that must paid for equality, and I personally don't see many women expecting to pay equally for it.

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Posted on Oct 22, 2011 at 05:25 AM

Helena, That is quite obvious, but he has livened things up around here. Lol!


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Posted on Oct 20, 2011 at 03:45 PM

Unfortunately Litenbrite, HPD deletes most or all of his old blogs just like i do when I disappear.  You must never have realized he is a misogynist, good looking or not, and that he loves to bait women like you and me/


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Posted on Oct 20, 2011 at 11:31 AM

HPD, You are a very Handsome and fit young man. but have some very strong conditional ideas which I am sure are kept to the letter just like your exercise regime. and somewhat of a challenge. Equilaty, but you make all the rules??? Hmm ?


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Posted on Oct 13, 2011 at 10:12 PM

Hahahaha some things might change while others definitely stay the same.  Welcome back HPD


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