Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Fetuses

I've confused too many of you.

"Oh man, that guy is such a catch.  Too bad he's a fetus."

This statement does not mean I am referring to an actual baby-child-in-the-womb fetus.

This simply means that I am 31.  And he is most likely 24 or under.  Meaning, I'd be the sugar momma, the cougar, the go-to-gal, etc.  This isn't bad, just young.

Confusion cleared?
I did go to BYU, so I am technically a Cougar...

6 comments:

Shelli said...

People are confused by that?

Don't worry... I totally understand what you mean.

Gingerstar.kw said...

I can't believe that caused any confusion. To me that phrase is self-explanitory.

S.R. Braddy said...

I'm confused... by the erroneous usage of an apostrophe!

Aaron S said...

I'd say you're more of a puma than a cougar, but I totally get where you're coming from on calling younger potential mates "fetuses". As for dating in general, I say go get 'em, tiger! haha

Larissa said...

I feel as if I'm setting myself up for a bad joke, but, Aaron - what is the difference between a cougar and a puma? Puma is a little cougar?
Yeah, I'm gonna go get 'em, Tigress that I am. I recently decided I'd only reject a date for two reasons: 1. Our life situations clash entirely (lazy, jobless fatty and I would not get along ever)
2. I feel extremely uncomfortable or afraid

Debbie said...

Just remember that all males under the age of 24 are not fetuses, a few of them are actually men! I found one :) He was 23 and I was 31 when we got married and he was definitely a MAN! He was more mature, responsible and hard-working than I was or am, and he was the perfect man for me. So don't let age deter you, some of the best catches are really young!