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    Have back problems, so started getting more messages. The variety is incredible, and many experiences are memorable - good and bad.67. Feel big citites or vacation areas like Monterey have some younger girls, say 25 -, but most in "regular" areas are late 40-50's.

    Personally, and probably good for the activity, I prefer the older ones.

    I'm not saying I get laid more that way, but it does lighten things up.Feel like older women will be less attractive to slavers so more likely to be involved simply as a life choice for acceptable income level, and don't go home at night smelling like a big mac! I knew of an but it was about 100 miles away, but it eventually was like a magnet pulling me there. Was lucky, traveled the world, some day I should figure out how many countries I've had successful mongering. Massages helped and specifically to the back of the thigh up close to my butt.A great time was had..girl that took care of me commented on the load I shot ("You must not have sex for a month..cum a gallon! Shortly after I visited, the girl I was seeing started doing more and within two weeks we were doing while involved in a relationship. It seemed like I got aroused every time I got a massage and made the connection that if I could find the right type of parlor, I'd get some action as well as pain relief.Most of my providers are in the 35-40 range and 2 that are early 20's.'s have improved considerably. since the 80's as well as in Vietnam, Bangkok and Taipei while in the Army during Vietnam war.I only wish I could go back to being 20 with the liberalized atmosphere that exists today. Most of my ladies have been in mid 30's I would guess but I had one favorite lady that said she was 28 but I saw her for years and she was always 28 so I think she was in late 40's but had a hot bod and loved I'm in my late 50's, my providers have been everything from early 20's to mid 50's.

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