*Every body has their “type” right? When it comes to who you’re going to be seen with, date, or marry, some men only like women with big booty’s; while others lean more towards women with sculptured bodies. Some prefer brunettes, while others can only have redheads. But I think we’d agree that 31-year-old Kyle Jones is quite a different sort of fella. Not so much because the Augusta, Georgia native has a penchant for – ahem – very mature women; But I think you will agree, we’re not talking your typical May-December romance.
After all, that’s so last week.
Kyle has taken it many steps further. More like a March-December thing because his main squeeze, the “apple of his eye” is…wait for it.
Three times his age! Let’s see, that would make her 91-years-old?
Meet great-grandmother Marjorie McCool!
In the video below, McCool explains the perks of dating Kyle, saying, “It’s very flattering to have a younger guy chase you. Sometimes I feel like he’s another son … until we hop into bed.”
T.M.I? Now there’s a vision for you!.
Though McCool doesn’t go into detail about their sexual escapades, thank god, she does make it clear that she has no complaints.
“The physical side of our relationship is wonderful,” she reveals. “I amaze myself. He amazes me. And I like it.”
And get this, while society may wince at the bags and sags that age brings to us all, Jones – who is quite handsome – says he actually appreciates these things. “Women worry about their boobs sagging,” he says, “I think the natural hang looks great. I’m really not a fan of plastic surgery. I don’t like to say ‘gray’; I’m a fan of platinum hair.”
But Jones and his lady-love have no plans to become exclusive. He’s also wooing 68-year-old Anna Ronald, among other grandmothers (and great-grandmothers).
And his friends have not been easy on him about his geriatric trysts; but his mother, Ceceilia Jones, appears to have no problem with it.
“The older women are more mature,” she observes. “They’re [people] he can actually sit down and talk to. And he’s not hurting anybody, so I don’t really think that it’s really anybody’s business.”