Lighter Side: Seniors Can Be Trained To Become Cougars

There’s a twelve step plan for everything and now there’s even a plan to transform yourself into a cougar well into retirement.  There’s a game plan for that according to an AARP article that outlines the steps towards cougartown.  Notwithstanding AARP’s suggestions, the urban dictionary states that a cougar is “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.”

The seven steps to becoming cougar start with lowering your standards of good taste and wind through a maze of suggestions ending up with an adventure to stimulate personal satisfaction with a younger male.  Whatever happened to the old fashioned days  of simply robbing the cradle?  Next thing you know they’ll be coaching on how to become a Lincoln Park Trixie.

For the AARP’s steps to get to cougar-ville, see “Secrets to Becoming a Cougar

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