Overheard on the Metro

“I can’t believe you’re still seeing him; isn’t he, like, twice your age?”

“I don’t mind, really. It’s so wrong, but at the same time, it feels so right. Besides, he’s a triathlete, and he’s got a hot body.” (Giggling) “He’s there in Colorado, I’m here in Washington, so he’s … convenient for me … He’s just what I need right now.”

“Wow, now the age gap between me and my boyfriend doesn’t feel so big.” (More giggling)

I might be way off on this, but here’s my translation:

“So wrong, but it feels so right” = “His wife hasn’t found out yet.”

“Convenient for me / just what I need right now” = “Sugar daddy money is good, but not too much messy committment.”