A SCOTS woman has called herself a proud cougar after admitting she would never date a man her own age.
Influencer and life coach Amanda, better known as Dugheed online, concedes she’s quite picky when it comes to dating.
The blonde bombshell, 42, was fed up with her love life after enduring five relationships which each last five years throughout her life.
Now she prefers to focus on having fun and prefers seeing fellas who are quite a few years her junior.
Amanda, who says men also message her TikTok and Instagram pages saying she’s a MILF, doesn’t think there’s anything wrong with having a preference for younger men.
She says: “They need to have a very specific look, they have to have tattoos and muscles and a great dress sense.
“I don’t need them to have banter as I have banter, but they need to be spiritual.
“I only go with younger guys, I wouldn’t date anyone my own age.
“It’s all young guys that ask me out.
“I prefer the look of a younger guy as I’m young in the mind, I’m Peter Pan’s cousin.
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“The biggest trolls are guys my age.”
Amanda, who has over 60k TikTok and 23k Instagram followers as Dugheed, also thinks it’s important that men know how to court a lady.
She explains: “People don’t really know how to look at people anymore.
“In the old days you’d be happy to get a number and a date, now you go to the toilet and while you’re away they’re swiping on Tinder.
“I’ll tell guys straight away that I’m looking for a date.
“But I don’t plan anything, I like it to have a natural flow.
“I always say on the first date if we are getting along that I like to be courted.
“I like the feeling of leaving someone in the middle of a good time.
“There’s nothing better than those first thoughts and feelings.”
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