A beginner’s guide to milf dating (5 steps to success)By admin / April 12, 2018
So, you’re over women your own age and are looking for something a little more mature? Tired of adult swim and want to jump into the 40+ dating pool? Have you found yourself browsing the “mature” and “milf” sections on PornHub more than you have the “teen” section? Well, it seems that you’re ready to… Read more
5 Fun Things to do in ChicoBy admin / September 26, 2017
Oh, Chico. Some might think we are just a small, dirty, boozy college town and some of you are right. But there is so much more to it than you think. Here are five fun things all of you college students should be taking advantage of in Chico. 1. Join an intramural sports team. Yes,… Read more
So, you’re over women your own age and are looking for something a little more mature? Tired of adult swim and want to jump into the 40+ dating pool? Have you found yourself browsing the “mature” and “milf” sections on PornHub more than you have the “teen” section?
Well, it seems that you’re ready to try your hand at cougar dating. However, dating older women is a whole different ball game. You can’t approach older, mature, established women with the same juvenile strategies you might use on a girl in her early 20s. No, sir. You need to learn the rules and step your game up. Here’s a quick guide for all you guys who are ready to start dating in a more elevated age bracket:
1. Older women know what they want
You need to go into dating older women knowing what you want and feeling confident in yourself. Why? Because unlike women who are in their early 20s to mid-30s, Milfs on cougar dating sites know exactly who they are and what they want.
They are attracted to younger men because they’re not nearly as jaded as men their own age, but that being said you do need to come across as confident in your identity.
Make sure you go into this knowing what you want too. Older women aren’t going to let “I don’t know I’m just here for a good time not a long time” stand as an acceptable response to the “What are we?” question.
2. Don’t use the C-word
No one really likes to be fetishized. So just like you wouldn’t approach an Asian woman and let her know how exotic and oriental-looking you think she is, you shouldn’t use “cougar” as a compliment for older women.
Milf might also be a sensitive subject. So be wary about using that word, I can see it being maybe funny in a flirty way if you end up on the topic of kids. Still, tread lightly.
No woman wants to be reminded of their age. So, leave age out of it.
3. Grow up, Man.
If you’re dating an older woman you need to make sure that you’re acting like a grown man. No, you don’t have to somehow gain the life experience of someone twice your senior to be attractive to older women, but you can’t expect to act like a child and get away with it.
4. Learn to hold a mature conversation
Do most of your conversations center around partying, your frat bros, and the gym? Well, you need to do some research, my guy.
Women aren’t going to want to talk about your recent past as a frat star (it might highlight the age difference, which is NOT what you want). Read a book, read up on wine or beer, find a passion and do some research. Try your best to appear cultured.
5. Don’t try to control her whatsoever
One of the reasons older women start dating younger men is because older men tend to be a little stauncher and controlling in relationships. So, make sure you don’t start making demands of her.
Don’t expect her to cook for you, not go out with her friends, or stop talking to male friends because you feel insecure or entitled. Let her live her life, otherwise you might find yourself suddenly single. Older women don’t put up with that kind of childish controlling BS.
Oh, Chico. Some might think we are just a small, dirty, boozy college town and some of you are right.
But there is so much more to it than you think.
Here are five fun things all of you college students should be taking advantage of in Chico.
1. Join an intramural sports team.
Yes, everyone, intramural sports are not just for Greek Life. Chico State offers a wide variety of intramural sports that anyone can join.
There’s flag football, softball, soccer and more, and some have coed options.
Joining an intramural team is an awesome way to meet new people, be a part of a team again and have some fun and friendly competition.
2. Go hiking somewhere.
Chico has a lot of cool places to hike. One of my favorites is The Flumes.
The Flumes is an amazing spot that has these elevated narrow troughs that used to carry timber. They’re built above gorgeous scenery and a river, so it feels pretty surreal.
If you’re looking for something a little more safe and shorter, go to Monkey Face. Monkey Face is a hiking location in Upper Bidwell and offers a beautiful view when you’re finished.
3. Visit the Oroville Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Kirshner Wildlife Sanctuary is an amazing rehabilitation center that is home to dozens of exotic animals.
Think of a zoolike environment, but you get to get even more up close and personal with the animals, and it’s a lot less expensive.
Even better, it’s a lot less cruel and sad than a zoo, because the animals are there because they have special needs that wouldn’t allow them to live a happy and healthy life in the wild. The Kirshner Sanctuary nurses the animals back to health and make sure they are comfortable and content.
For less than ten dollars per person, you can see and learn about snow leopards, lions, tigers, bears, tortoises, lemurs, pythons, and so much more.
4. Join a Fraternity or Sorority.
Joining Greek life gives you endless opportunities to get involved with your community, campus, and have a full social life.
Once in a Greek organization, you can get a position, join a committee or simply be an active member.
Fraternities and Sororities offer dozens of volunteer opportunities per semester that keep you super busy. And, of course, there are numerous themed socials and exchanges with other fraternities and sororities that keep your calendar full.
5. Go to events thrown by Chico State’s Associated Students.
Chico State’s Associated Students puts on events at least three times a month. These events can range anywhere from a sushi making a tutorial to a workshop about gaining professional skills.
These events are usually free or extremely affordable and offer a chance to meet new people. And even better, they’re either fun or beneficial professionally.