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Ahhh, Volvo Driving Soccer Moms. Nice stuff.
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Hmm...soccer moms don't look like that 'round these parts (emphasis on "round")...occasionally you'll see a hottie, but most are worn-out house-fraus.
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Folks here in Seattle are pretty physically fit, so you seen plenty of women with kids that are in great shape.
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Help a durn for'ner out here, please.

Soccer mom = MILF with a cell phone in a SUV??
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More or less. Sometimes they drive minivans.
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Huge difference out here between the "fit" soccer moms and the fatass soccer moms, mostly along ethnic lines. I won't elaborate because there isn't a way to say it without sounding racist, but you can probably figure it out.
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Help a durn for'ner out here, please.

Soccer mom = MILF with a cell phone in a SUV??
Not always MILFy, but the reference is to them ferrying children to soccer games, previously to little league baseball games, but there was not a handy term for that.
When I was a youth, my sister was a charter member in the first female soccer league in Sacramento, and played on the first female soccer team at the local high school. My how things change in 30 years.

I knew a guy with a bug painted like a soccer ball, did it in his garage with a spray can on a white car, turned out pretty good.
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Not always MILFy, but the reference is to them ferrying children to soccer games, previously to little league baseball games, but there was not a handy term for that.
BTW what is it with all this "soccer" anyway... I don't have any ill will toward the game but why is it so prevalent as compared to baseball/football?


I should qualify that I was never into organized sports, as kids we rode our bikes, went on hikes, swam in the pacific ocean, caught lizards and bugs, threw dirt clods at each other, lit off fire crackers and bottle rockets, stuff like that.
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Thanks guys!

So most MILFs could do as soccer moms, but not all soccer moms will do as MILFs!
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