young people are stupid

It’s the pure truth,

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A peculiar day

One day I was very bored and so decided to open a profile in a web page for women.
We can find some blogs about fashion, cooking, hair style, skin care and so on.
Immediately, I wrote this question: Who would like to be my boyfriend?

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suddenly, many people started to make comments like these ones:

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worst of all, many young people, like this one, were interested in a woman like me, I’m fifty one years old as well as fat and ugly, but they only wanted sex and nothing else.
Being frank, I was impresived because there were men in an internet site only for women with the matters I had commented at the begining.
Thanks for you attetion anf good-bye

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