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to be secretly chuffed that teenage boys shouted MILF at me when I walked

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LoveMyLapTop Mon 16-Feb-09 17:42:39

past them?
grin
ANd it was at me there was no one else around!

SJLTM Mon 16-Feb-09 17:52:45

Good for you, this happened to me while waitng for DC outside school grin made me feel good !

LoveMyLapTop Mon 16-Feb-09 17:54:33

I did have a good look round to check
and then they shouted it again and started wrestling each other like they do!

RimSuckAndSwallow Mon 16-Feb-09 17:55:24

not unreasonable at all grin

RedFraggle Mon 16-Feb-09 17:55:55

What does MILF mean [dim emoticon]

FAQinglovely Mon 16-Feb-09 17:56:52

MILF = Mother I'd Like to F......

Clattered Mon 16-Feb-09 17:57:59

I'd be horrified tbh.

cornsilk Mon 16-Feb-09 17:59:43

Me too Clattered. I think that's awful.

LoveMyLapTop Mon 16-Feb-09 18:00:37

Why awful?

littlelamb Mon 16-Feb-09 18:00:56

Horrible word, but this happened to me not long after I'd lost my pregnancy weight with dd - I was at the beach in a fab new outfit and it did make me smile a bit grin <<shallow emoticon>>

cornsilk Mon 16-Feb-09 18:01:54

It's vulgar.

cornsilk Mon 16-Feb-09 18:03:28

It's also disrespectful.

charitygirl Mon 16-Feb-09 18:03:41

Sorry, I think that's yuck - i HATE anything like that!

Mintyy Mon 16-Feb-09 18:04:42

Yuck. YABU and, sorry to say this, really quite sad to be flattered by it.

One day your daughters will be dating teenage boys like that.

Or your sons will be hanging out with those teenage boys.

It is utterly disrespectful, how can you find it flattering?

littleboysblue Mon 16-Feb-09 18:08:01

I'd really laugh if it was me, but no danger of that!! grin
I'd also be secretly chuffed, nice to get a littl ego boost every now and then.
I have to sk though, when you say teenage, do you mean 18/19 or do you mean 14/15? Because if it is the latter, it's a bit sick wink

SJLTM Mon 16-Feb-09 18:14:06

Mine were about 19/20 ! and no not sad...I was also a bit chuffed ! took it lightly....made me smile.

mshadowsisfab Mon 16-Feb-09 18:15:19

glad you were pleased.
I would have died

Claire236 Mon 16-Feb-09 19:16:16

It's happened to me & it was a bit of an ego boost. Bit embarrassing at the same time.

cluelessnchaos Mon 16-Feb-09 19:18:24

I would only like it if they were old enough to buy a pint or hold a driving licence, otherwise it would be a bit creepy.

Bluesapphire77 Mon 16-Feb-09 19:25:41

Lol great innit grin
Bless em.
And yeah, one of our teenage daughters could be dating someone like that..thats what we warn them to avoid

BUT to be fair.. women reach sexual peak at 35, lads at what? 18-21?
Perfect [tongue hanging out emoticon right next to the embarrassed about admitting to being a potential cradle snatcher emoticon]

LoveMyLapTop Mon 16-Feb-09 19:29:52

They were 16 -17
I wasnt flattered in a way that I wanted them to fancy me
It just was amusing that they even noticed someone as ancient as me grin

nkf Mon 16-Feb-09 19:32:14

No. I wouldn't like it. But I'm a humourless old feminist type. Before anyone else says it.

SweetAudrina Mon 16-Feb-09 19:35:53

People take this kind of shit too seriously!

I'd have been secretely chuffed, whilst frowning at them and acting all superior grin

If they were 12-13 I'd be shock but at 16-17 ... you must still 'have it going on' wink

WinkyWinkola Mon 16-Feb-09 19:36:03

I really don't like that expression, MILF. Or GILF. Or GGILF.

And TBH, teenage boys would f* anything!

So IMO not a massive compliment.

nkf Mon 16-Feb-09 19:38:54

Chances are they were taking the piss. Just daring each to say it. It was almost certainly more about them than you.

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