Bulbous Granny-Aged Woman Goes on 34 Dates in 19 Countries in One Year

The party never ends for sluts.

Life is an endless party of getting run through by dudes.

They don’t stop just because they reach granny-age – if anything, that emboldens them to grasp for even more cock…!


Loni James boarded a flight from Washington state to London last year with a duffel bag, a day pack and an unconventional itinerary.

It was late March, and her plan was simple: To travel the world and go on a date with a local in every country she visited.

Days after she arrived in London, she swiped right on Tinder and met a French and British dual citizen who loved traveling. Pints of beer with him at a pub near the Tower Bridge turned into a five-hour dinner date and long conversations about previous trips.

She never saw the man again. But so began her journey – one with no specific itinerary in mind. Over the past year, James says she’s used Tinder, Hinge and Bumble to go on 34 first dates in 19 countries, a series of romantic rituals full of intrigue, surprises and cultural firsts.

There was the 13-hour date in Cairo during the holy month of Ramadan – her first date with a Muslim – with a man who charmed her with his beaming smile and “Friends” TV show quotes on his Tinder profile. Her next date was with another Egyptian man in Alexandria who blurted out that he was engaged and spent the date yearning aloud for a past love.

“He clearly needed someone to listen and I was a safe space,” James says. “I’ve had incredibly intimate and vulnerable conversations with people. There’s something special that happens when people know they’re never going to see you again.”

There was a date in the Italian city of Verona with a charming classical musician who squired her around on a scooter and gave her a nighttime tour of the city’s many historic spots.

There was also a disastrous date in Turkey with a man who became angry when she rejected his physical advances and dropped her off at his paragliding shop, promising to return. He never did. After waiting for hours in a storm, James spent the night on a bench in the store.

Her most recent date was with a South African man in Cape Town who whipped out a deck of cards over dinner and proceeded to do card tricks at the table.

But James, 40, says that even the bad dates have been memorable – and that all of them have taught her something.

“In the past, I looked at dating as a pass or fail. If I went out with someone on a date and it didn’t end in a goodnight kiss, or it didn’t end in the second date, I considered it a failure,” she says. “I don’t think of that anymore. I now realize the value of going on a date and being so grateful that someone opened up and gave you their time … shared their story with you.

“I’ve learned that romance comes in many forms,” she adds. “It doesn’t have to be expensive and there isn’t a certain formula that makes romance happen. For me, it’s when there’s connection and intentionality. It is the person who listens to you, who seeks to make you feel special, who wants to bring a smile to your face with a thoughtful gesture and the person who wants to know what you think and seeks to truly get to know you.”

James’ decision to go on a solo journey was borne out of tragedy.

She watched her mother battle early onset Alzheimer’s from age 48 to her death a year and a half ago at 63. It spurred James to seize the moment and launch her adventures.

“My parents had done everything right according to the American culture. They got married. They raised three kids … They had good jobs … they paid off the house,” she says. “They had big plans for their retirement, but my mom didn’t make it to retirement.”

James, who is not married and doesn’t have kids, started saving for her trip two years before her mother’s death in October 2021. She moved from Seattle to Spokane, Washington, rented a cheaper apartment and got a roommate. She later sold all her things and moved in with her parents to spend time with her sick mother during her final days.

The real takeaway here is that men are so desperate that they are willing to spend time with a disgusting, fat granny.

Men should have self-respect. If you can’t have kids with a woman, she is literally a worthless sack of dogshit. No value.

Related: Children? Want Someday.

Everyone has a mommy, because that’s how everyone is born. One is enough. If you are out looking for new mommies, you have personal problems that need to be solved.

Don’t say it’s about sex. It’s not about sex. If it was about sex, you would get a hooker, who is much better. If you are dating old women, or if you are a boyfriend, you have a mommy problem and you need to solve that problem before you think about anything else at all.