You know, I consider myself to be a pretty lucky…no, check that, a VERY lucky guy. I dated for years with little success – hence the ‘Dating Game‘ stories I’ve been telling for a few years now. No offense to those few relationships that I did have along the way – I value them most sincerely because they helped me grow as a dater, a parent and as a person. But let’s face it, dating isn’t the goal, it’s the means to an end for most of us (myself included).
I got SUPER lucky when JenB picked me on PlentyOfFish.com out of a seemingly random and endless sea of online daters. JenB is the complete package for me – she’s super sweet, she’s got a great heart, she’s hot, she LOVES football, she’s a great cook, a great mom, a great person and (for whatever reason) she feels the same way about me! I’m one lucky guy that I found my very own HOT MOM.
One of the things I love best about Jen is her sense of humor. I can be a little – well, a little guy-ish at times. Not too bad, but it leaks out of me sometimes. Jen laughs when I call her my hot mom and just kinda lets it roll off. She obviously knows that she’s a mom but she doesn’t consider herself “hot”, per se. Sure, she’s cute – you know, in a girl-next-door kinda way, she says. Which I totally agree that she is! But she just does it for me in all aspects of her looks and personality.
It makes me wonder, though. I know Jen is ok with it – it’s one of our inside jokes. Sure, I’m sensitive sometimes and tell Jen WHY she’s my hot mom, too. I don’t eye her up and down like a ribeye every day. Well, not that she notices, anyway. What do you think? Is something better than nothing when it comes to compliments or would you rather men just stick with more traditional compliments like ‘beautiful’, ‘gorgeous’, ‘head-turner’ and similar compliments? What about single vs. married moms – does your status factor in somehow? Is it demeaning to a mom to call her a hot mom? What about married moms – do you find it a compliment to be called ‘hot’?