How to Succeed
with Women

Never too Old


Ron and David,

I don't have a question, I have a statement. Two years ago--to the day as a matter of fact--my wife of 23 years left me. I sat there that night thinking, "damn, I'm 55 years old, slightly overweight and who the hell will want me?" I had no confidence at all. I thought I may never get laid again! That's a terrible thought.

One night, while at a resort bar, a woman next to me was ordering drinks and said hello. I responded with a hello, and she asked if I'd like to party with her and her friends. I said, "sure." We ended up swimming naked in the pool at 2:30 AM and I got laid. That's all it took. My confidence soared, and I can tell you this, 55 and 56 are not bad ages. I have scored with women 20 years my juinior and one, two years older (what a hot 58 year old!).

I'm writing this, not to brag. Well, yes a bit of that, but I think you should let men know that they're never too old to get laid. I'm sure there are a lot of guys out there who stay home and sulk because of a marriage break-up when they could be getting more sex now than they did while they were married. I am. That's for damn sure. George

Thanks George!-Ron and David

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