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Postby jamesbond » Tue Apr 22, 2014 3:47 am

Hey guys, check out this episode where a couple originally from Toronto, Canada moved to the island of Curacao.

Nick and Michelle grew up in Toronto, Canada only a few miles apart, but they did not find each other until work transferred them to the isle of Curacao. The woman in this episode is HOTTER than Satan himself! :twisted:

YouTube doesn't have the full episode, so the only things I could find are the two clips below. Make sure to observe the HOT woman in this episode! 8)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqLQO0tck_Y[/youtube]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Si3G9A9g1E4[/youtube]
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Postby jamesbond » Wed Apr 23, 2014 2:56 pm

Here is an episode where a couple from Oregon move to Stuttgart, Germany.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UnDJr7V-Ug[/youtube]

In this episode, a married couple originally from Kentucky move to Bruges, Belgium.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ut9qDZkYM98[/youtube]
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Postby OutWest » Wed Apr 23, 2014 4:13 pm

OutsideoftheBox wrote:
Montanaland wrote:
djfourmoney wrote:My DVR (Windows Media Center FTW) record all new episodes.

You don't always see a feminist bent. Only sometimes but they do want to show equality as in both the male and female of a relationship agree on a place to live.

Imagine the hate mail they would get if a man was authoritative and said "You will live in the house of MY choosing and like it, or go back to the States/UK/Canada"

I would almost say more Men should do that since 9 times out of 10 on the show, the husband/boyfriend is being relocated by is business, the military or educational opportunity and paying for the relocation. But they make it seem like, example in yesterday's episode of the college students. The girl was "Giving up a career opportunity to risk it for a love of a boy" sort of thing. The boy was ambitious (Hi, Renata!), already had a degree from Kansas St and was offered scholarship to Univ of Gent (Belgium), studying AG (Agriculture).

But I don't watch it for the interactions really, more on housing information which is WAY more important. The interaction just adds the Reality TV element to the show. Speaking of which, this show must be cheap to do. Don't need much of a crew, narration is largely done post-production and the actors are not actors, no SAG card. Throw them a few thousand for their sharing their story and that's it, maybe $10,000 an episode?

As I said, information is important.

Can you live in the Paris metro area for under $1,000 a month? Yes

Can you live in Downtown Gent, Belgium for less than $600? Yes

Can you live in Berlin, Germany for $1,000 with couple of dogs no less? Yes

Is SEA horribly cheap? Yes

Is apart of South and Central America horribly cheap? Yes

That's what this show does best.




The real estate prices on House Hunters International are mostly exorbitant I must add!! There are a few episodes with realistic prices that I've seen (Hanoi rent, Croatia..I believe)


That's because the show is still part of the capitalist American media. Therefore they have to do something to convince you that you should keep slaving away for dollars in order to "go abroad" and buy that 2.5 million dollar mansion.

Do you really expect the feminized anglo media to let a man know he can move out of this hellhole into a place "living abroad" for about 1/4 of what he pays to live in this f***ed up c**t-ry?



I have seen this show. Isn't that the one where the couple buys some $600,000 house in a gringo enclave in Mexico so that the old lady gets cheap housekeepers?
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