The Villages are a wild place to live!! The retirement community has its own shops, bars, grocery stores, schools, and its own sexual activity code using different colored loofahs. People though are just now finding out about it. I have heard talks from friends about old people and their color code for sex. But this has been a thing for years. Videos of some residents displaying loofahs on their cars, to identify their swinging sexual styles are emerging all over the internet. Anyone whose been within 30 minutes of that place already got the memo.
A TikToker showed residents purchasing loofahs to perhaps hang on their cars or maybe their golf carts with the caption, “They are everywhere!”
Some People are trying to hide the loofah code, because one Redditor, who claims to have worked at the Villages for three years, suggests the loofahs simply help residents find their own vehicles since “all the retirees drive similar cars.”
What Color Loofah Are You?
There’s even a Reddit thread with a color code guide called “Loofah Code” showing what each loofah color represents. White is for beginners, black is for couples who want it all, teal apparently means bisexual, purple is for those who like to watch, yellow is for couples that are down, but still nervous, pink likes other people to watch them, and blue means they play well with others. [Source: New York Post]
Florida Is No Longer The Best State To Retire
Florida is no longer the best state to retire! Maybe it’s the cost of living in Florida, or the fact that we’re full of northern transplants and tourists. Recently, WalletHub released a study that shows the best states to retire and Florida is no longer number 1.
The warm weather, beautiful beaches, and plenty of activities is not enough to keep Florida at the top of the list. It’s been a common trend for decades that retirees pack up their bags and head to the Sunshine State, but not anymore.
A lot of retirees need to consider which state their hard-earned money will go the furthest. WalletHub compared the 50 states across 47 key indicators of retirement-friendliness. Some factors they examined include: affordability, health-related factors and overall quality of life. In retrospect, some of the worst states to retire are: Kentucky, New Jersey, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and New York.
So what is the best state to retire?
According to the 2023 study from WalletHub, Virginia is the best state for retirement. Virginia’s lack of an estate or inheritance tax is a big factor why it’s number 1. Healthcare is super important for retiree’s as well, Virginia is known to have the largest number of dentists per capita and top rated generic hospitals around the state. As for things to do, the coast line offers beautiful views and there are plenty of volunteer opportunities.
[Source: Fox 13 News]
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