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I have been communicating online with Mexican women for a few weeks, mostly through Facebook messaging and email. I have had Skype conversations with three of them over the past few days, but they have been somewhat awkward. I speak fairly good Spanish but am not fluent. It was easier when we were communicating in writing and I could look up a word in a translator if I need to. However, it is more difficult when I am speaking aloud, and it is also difficult to understand the women when they speak in Spanish, especially since they tend to speak quickly. Most of the women that I have been talking to speak some English, but not to a great extent. So our Skype conversations have tended to be mostly "small talk" and haven't been particularly interesting. Is there a way to make the conversations more substantive without increasing the communication barriers between us?
Just don't spend too much time chatting with her, make a plan to meet her, and then go and pound her damn p***y! Words won't matter in real life, the only words that will matter are "OH GOD YES!", "f**k ME HARDER BABY!!", and "OH BABY I'M CUMMING!!!"
Well, some people want to have a serious relationship with a woman and not just sex.
Yep, I definitely do.
To the OP: you can use both voice chat and text chat at the same time in Skype. Talk as much as you two can using English and Spanish. And when you can't get your ideas across with your language skills, use google translate and send it via text. That's as good as its gunna get unless one of you learns the language of the other. If you really like Mexican girls, just learn Spanish. It really is not a hard language if you know English. And I'm sure the best women in Mexico/South America can only speak Spanish. Usually the more Americanized/Westernized they are, the less you'd want to be around them. So it would be worth your while to learn this easy language if you're serious about getting a Latina wife/GF.
Sure, thanks for the advice. I took Spanish classes back in middle school and high school, so I know the language fairly well. I am just out of practice speaking the language, so I am really awkward and I pause a lot when I am trying to think of the right word. I'm sure that my Spanish will get better over time.