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Old 01-24-2018, 02:08 PM   #61
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Well, actually most cougar women are considerably younger these days.

You'll have to decide which one tastes best yourself.
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Old 01-24-2018, 09:01 PM   #62
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The cat or an older woman?
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Well, actually most cougar women are considerably younger these days.

You'll have to decide which one tastes best yourself.


Taste like fresh tuna.
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The other cougar doesn't smell like tuna.
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The other cougar doesn't smell like tuna.
It smells like a wet cat.
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We have a lot of cougar in this area. It's extremely rare to see a cougar, let alone get close enough to smell one. I'm going to leave the smelling to someone else. I've seen two cougar in the wild in my entire life, while I'm sure the cougar have seen me hundreds of times.

Cougars like joggers, dogs and cats.
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We have a lot of cougar in this area. It's extremely rare to see a cougar, let alone get close enough to smell one. I'm going to leave the smelling to someone else. I've seen two cougar in the wild in my entire life, while I'm sure the cougar have seen me hundreds of times.

Cougars like joggers, dogs and cats.
Never seen a cougar in the wild. I have seen many bobcats and a couple black panthers. No, I don't mean the group black panthers.
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I'd like to raise a bobcat as a pet, and I've seen the kittens in the wild. The problem is they are so territorial that they tend to attack any visitors to your home.
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