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I had a discussion with some woman from africa about how american/uk women view love and i tend to agree with her.
This idea of "love at first sight" and "soulmates" is unique among american women. it makes it seem like there is no work involved in
love its just meant to be easy. i don't see this kind of talk from other foreign women. many understand that love is hard work
and i think this is something that seperates foreign women from americans.
Exactly, watch this video where this whole silly notion of "the one" is debunked by this guy. This is something American women do not want to hear!
"When I think about the idea of getting involved with an American woman, I don't know if I should laugh .............. or vomit!"
"Trying to meet women in America is like trying to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics."
Great post. +1
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Love at first site is common in most Christian countries. Not just in America. It's a Christian concept. All of Europe is like that. East/West/North. Same in Latin America. There's nothing Anglophone about it.
A brain is a terrible thing to wash!
Maybe an Aryan concept more than a Christian one.
Blonde-haired Helen of Troy was a romantic figure thousands of years before Christ, cheating on her red-headed husband Menelaus to run off with rich White (Aryan) playboy Paris of Troy.
Persians, an Aryan culture, have love poetry.
There is love or sexual literature from India, whose two upper castes are Aryan.
Whereas I would not expect to encounter as much romantic tradition in Mongolia or Ghana. It seems like non-Aryan cultures are more practical and survival-oriented, less starry-eyed.
I'm just thinking out loud here.
Women from outside the Anglosphere tend to evaluate men for the entire package, not just the perfunctory feeling of chemistry. Where has this gotten them? The women are as miserable and unstable as ever.