Friday, April 24, 2009

Fat Old Women

MW and I were having dinner. I don’t know how the subject came up, but we were discussing fat old women. Now, don’t take this as derogatory. I have known fat women, old women, and fat old women. These are traits that some of us acquire over the years. I know, a fresh young female or male might laugh at this, but let’s see whether they still laugh when they become fat and old.

Anyway, MW was working on some cartoons, and she needed pictures of fat old women from which she could create her characters. I suggested to do an Internet search on “fat old women”, and see what turns up. She laughed, saying, “I did, and got a lot of material that I did not expect.”

I was intrigued by the idea, so after dinner I did a search as suggested. The result was 11 pages of stuff similar to what you see below. I did not follow the links. Well, maybe the last one. I was curious. Unless you have some robust anti-virus protection with accompanied prophylactics, I suggest that you don’t try it. I never even got to the promised pictures. Sheesh, I may have to see the doctor real soon.

My appreciation of the human female is limitless. I do have preferences, but also maintain an open mind over size, shape, color, age, etc. Over the years I have realized that what I like to see is characterized like a window that moves from left to right. On the left it has young females, on the right old. As the window moves, some of the young ones drop out of my view on the left, and older ones appear on the right. I know I used to like ogling teenage girls. For some time now I don’t recall why. I don’t think it is senility, but then, if I were senile, I would not know it.

One thing that always thrills me is seeing a grand old lady. It is not necessarily her looks, but her manner and bearing that give me a thrill. One of the examples is in the movie, Stargate (1994 with Kurt Russell). In it there was a woman of substantial years who played the character of a scientist. I believe the actress was Rae Allen.

I don’t remember her from earlier movies, but she must have been beautiful all along. It’s not that I had the hots for her in this movie. But she beautifully fit my idea of the grand old lady.

Before you think that I am digging myself in too deep, I want to say this: I do prefer women younger rather than older in general. I won’t commit to the age range, for that is not relevant here. I also believe that “it is not what you have, but what you do with it” that makes all the difference. So, all you sweet ladies who think you are getting old or fat just remember this. I would rather spend an evening fully clothed, sipping wine, and conversing with a grand old lady or you, than trying to get to first base with some sexy young dimwit who does not know what to do with what she has, and can’t articulate a reasonable thought. Of course, that is not saying that I would not take off my clothes and do other stuff if the grand old lady was interested. Well, maybe not always. As I said before, “I am versatile,” also willing and able. Then again, MW might have something to say about that if it ever presented itself. The chastity device and the paddle are never too far from where they are to be used if necessary.


doll said...

It is incredible the difference between a grand old lady and a regular old lady and yet the cost of the clothing and cosmetics is clearly not the issue. I do so hope that as I age I can retain a joie de vivre that is reflected in my clothing and deportment.

Susan's Pet said...

Sweet Doll,

As I have said more than once, "It's not what you have, but what you do with it..."

If anyone can, you are the one.

Milliscent said...

I've never found age to be an attraction or responsible for a lack of it, attitude it all to me.