OK, I have to ask you -- if you arrived at this site because you typed "granny sex" into your search engine, what were you hoping or expecting to find? Were you hoping to find an affirmation of older-age sexuality? ) Or did you use those search words because you're intrigued by what your grandmother might be doing behind closed doors? If you're wondering why I'm asking this, it turns out that many people arrive here because they searched "granny sex." Far more of you search by "sexy seniors" or "senior sex" or "sex after sixty," and that makes sense.Or because you expect to get a giggle from a site that makes fun of elder sex? But this "granny sex" idea puzzles me, and I hope you'll respond!
May their lives be filled with free beverages of their choosing and tasteful jukebox selections.
' challenge.” “Things that are not funny include: comments about the bar/the service, politics/religion (this isn't your stand-up show), my body, or my friends.
Sadly there's no blanket for what does land, but still-confident-and-a-little-self-deprecating is usually a solid approach that can be really charming when used well.” Dan Gentile is a staff writer on Thrillist's National Food and Drink team.
You could accidentally attribute a poem about love to Rilke when it was clearly John Donne!
Ask the bartender what the girl is drinking and send that.