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Tell It To Venus

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After watching TLC's Extreme Cougar Wives my family and I started discussing whether or not this is realistic. One couple had been together since the man was 19 years old. The woman just celebrated her 90th birthday. The gentleman is now 46.


He planned a birthday party and proposed in front of all their guests. She promptly told him no, which I found confusing. They bragged about their love-making marathons and how they had the "perfect" relationship. She was quick to say that their relationship was "perfect" the why it was and didn't want anything to change.


This woman is well off and created The Love Boat television show that ran for years. So is it everything she wanted or is she concerned about where her fortune would go when she dies?


Another couple had a 29 year age difference. The guy was 25 and his friends called him a "cougar chaser." When she met them she quickly took to the stage and gave an impromptu performance scantily clothed.


When she met his parents they learned that she was older than his mother and step-father. The step-father tried to be respectful, but after a while couldn't continue the farce. The grandmother was also there for dinner and asked how they felt about the fact that she was older than his mother.


When she left the cameras continued to roll and they interviewed the parents together. The mother said she have a problem with him sleeping with her, she just didn't see anything beyond that ever happening. She said she would never allow more to happen.


We did see a granddaughter setup her 70 year old grandmother with her 25 year old friend. At the granddaughter's birthday party her mother left disgusted. The grandmother later confronted a young girl who was checking out her date and let her know who he was with and who he was leaving with.

Is it attraction?
 

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