At last, I'm a stud.

When I was growing up, I didn't exactly set women's hearts afire. But ,now, I'm a young 72 year old male, in an assisted living facility. There are four males to twenty five females. Yup, women outlive males. I have to admit, I like the attention from my feminine house mates. Just a greeting brings giggles and smiles from them. At last, while it's a fleeting delusion, I'm a stud.:)
 

Aunt Bea

Well-known member
Location
Near Mount Pilot
Hey FB glad to hear that you have taken the plunge into new surroundings!!!

When you have time give us a rundown of the facility, food and social activities other than the beach blanket bingo!!!
 

My late uncle had to be persuaded reluctantly to go into an "active" assisted living facility. It was only a matter of days before he realized that he had landed in paradise. The ratio there was 15% male to 85% female. As he was a very good-looking guy, he was surrounded by the ladies before he knew what happened to him. He was still a good driver and had a car, so that made him even more popular. His last three years were spent very, very happily.
 

dkay

New member
Location
USA
You/ve stumbled on to a well kept secret. I've been to a couple senior citizen center events and it was the same thing, 4 men to about 15 women who were giddy and swooning. Enjoy being a stud muffin.
 

terry123

Well-known member
Location
Houston, Tx.
My dear friend Louis attended a line dancing group at his church. There were only 3 men in the group to a lot more women. He had a great time line dancing twice a week until he died at 92. He loved the attention and the home cooking that came his way!
 

moviequeen1

Well-known member
Location
Buffalo,NY
My close friend,Peter who is 85,like a favorite uncle to me, lost his wife Rose,2 yrs ago.They lived in Hamburg,NY{south of Bflo} for over 60 yrs.A yr ago,Peter moved into an assisted living facility,two blocks from where they use to live.He loves the food and has become active there. He's made friends with a couple of the female residents,they enjoy his company.He no longer drives,his friends take him out a couple times/week.
FB aka 'Stud Muffin' look forward to your future posts in your new 'digs Sue
 

IKE

New member
Fuzzbuddy it sounds like that you are really enjoying being one of the only roosters in a pen full of hens.......try to pace yourself my friend and drink plenty of water.

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Fuzzbuddy it sounds like that you are really enjoying being one of the only roosters in a pen full of hens.......try to pace yourself my friend and drink plenty of water.

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That's funny that you should mention roosters and hens. That's exactly what they used to call my uncle: The Head Rooster and his Hens.

When I was looking for a facility for him in my town, I met with several directors to gather information. One told me they would be delighted to have an active man around but that it took about six weeks for everything to settle down after a new one moves in. She said the last time that happened, there was hairpulling and extreme squabbling among a few of the ladies. Actual hair pulling. Apparently it upsets the balance for a while and the women tend to fight over the new guy.
 

SeaBreeze

Endlessly Groovin'
Location
USA
When I was growing up, I didn't exactly set women's hearts afire. But ,now, I'm a young 72 year old male, in an assisted living facility. There are four males to twenty five females. Yup, women outlive males. I have to admit, I like the attention from my feminine house mates. Just a greeting brings giggles and smiles from them. At last, while it's a fleeting delusion, I'm a stud.:)
Fuzzy, so happy you've moved from your house into assisted living and are having fun there. What is the place like, do you have your own apartment/room?
 

Ronni

The mouthy one ;)
Location
Nashville TN
I happened to be in an assisted living facility on Sunday. My grandson's piano recital was held there. A lot of the residents came to listen to all the children play, and as I looked around at the part of the crowd that wasn't the parents and siblings of the performers, I realized I was seeing mostly women, with a couple of men very central in the group. I had the distinct impression that the women were jockeying for position around the men! :lol:

Enjoy yourself FB!
 


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