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Are Filipinas an "open book"?

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Post by davewe » June 6th, 2012, 4:53 am

DarrenFW wrote:You can make generalizations but its best to make a list of qualities you want in a woman and see if you can find a girl that has those qualities.
The Filipinas or Pinay are a group that are very loyal, family oriented, hard working, strong catholic and yes romantic.
In general, the make good wives and lovers. But then you have to start looking at individual traits.

Are they interested in Trance Music? Perhaps some are. You might find a girl who is very artsy and loves electronic music.
That would be a good place to start.

The question of if they are truly "open book" as you say, well this also depends on the individual.

I have found many girls like a man to be honest and sincere with them. I guess they get tired of being lied to or "played".
Here too, I would look at how the girl reacts to you being up front and honest. If its good and she likes it, then chances are that it could be a good relationship.
If she's like "meh..." then maybe she's not that interested.

One thing I would discourage is getting involved with a bar girl or escort. These girls are not for marrying.
Seriously. I'm sure someone has done it but the odds are not in your favor.

So choose wisely.

That's my 2 cents.
Thanks for bringing us back to point, Darren. No matter how nice the overall environment is, you still have to choose wisely.

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