OK, that explains my GF problems. All I need to do is learn four languages and they will be solved. I've done various other things in my life which one might think would help, but not that, so my own fault. I'll get to work and by the time I am in my 60s I might perhaps get to 2nd base.Falcon wrote:I have never had a girlfriend who could hold a conversation in English. Hence minimal Anglosphere influences. I didn't even pick them on purposes though. They just happened.
I have had to speak the following languages on a daily basis with my GF's:
All of which I am quite conversationally fluent in.
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All right, I'll bite, what have you done in your life that might help in you getting a woman who doesn't speak your mother tongue?
You have to learn the language, however long it takes, I am in China, I am learning the language, a do a bit every day and speak a bit every day. It all adds up - it seems a lot of you want this non-feminized, non-femi-nazi, non-anglosphere non-entitled bitch but want her to speak English No wonder people think you are a joke.
There are millions of feminine, culturally non-western aligned women who have no interest to move abroad BUT they don't speak English and the reason is that they have no interest in learning it to move abroad, though some of them will like the look of you, so you have to learn their language if you want to date them.
If you had a Bulgarian friend who want to date English speaking women in America and couldn't speak English - what would you advise him?
As for Indonesian, my dad learned Malay when he was over there with the British Army, he said it was pretty easy to learn and to use, easier than he thought - it didn't take him too long to get a functional ability. Nothing like learning Chinese or even French.
So it is that you find the Romanian women to be beautiful?
The reason why I can't narrow things down is because I think practically all nationalities have beauty. So I could not really choose. With one exception: Germany. But there are beautiful women all throughout the world.
I don't think I could rank six countries. I'd have to put Indonesia on my list since my wife is from there. My wife's people-group emphasize teaching a girl to do housework, take care of the kitchen, etc. The women in her family seem to be hard-working in the kitchen. That's a plus.
As far as looks go, there are lots of women in Indonesia who are good-looking. Honestly, though, out of 100 women in their early 20's who are thin, in Indonesia, China, the US, or some Indonesian country, there were probably be fewer Indonesians I'd think were pretty than in the US. I find the one I married to be very attractive, and she's the one that matters for me.
Are looks the only criteria? If Russia is on the list, is that a really good culture for training a girl up to be a good bride? A woman can be well-prepared to be a wife in any country, raised with good values, etc. But some cultures work against being a good wife, teaching women bad things, preparing them to be a bad wife. You have to find a woma who doesn't subscribe to the dominant culture in these countries or whose individual peculiarities cancel out the bad cultural influences.
So when you consider Russia, which has a high divorce rate and used to be Communist, should it be high on the list?
"Turkey,Greece, Egypt, Dubai, Austria, probably Australia (in that order) but I haven't been there."
Worst places for women. Except Greece since the economic collapse.
My list isn't absolute, and it's not in any ranking order.
1) Brazil. Lovely women; vibrant, colourful atmosphere. How does a country have that many good looking people? The men too, and I don't even play for that team! Definitely a country with potential. Hopefully, more of the xingu women leave the bush and take up life in the city as I find them to be very attractive.
2) The Philippines. With so many islands, I imagine the sense of adventure is alive and well in this neck of the woods.
3) Germany. I've always been interested in German culture, and would like to learn German someday. I don't drink alcohol though, so perhaps I'll avoid Oktoberfest.
4) Italy. Food, women, the language (and their accents when speaking English). Not the trashy Italian-American rip-offs. But the true-blue, from-Italy Italians. I think I'll go there next.
5) Japan. I know it isn't perfect (nothing is), but there are positive aspects to this nation. Such as their food. I'd probably get kicked out for over-eating and causing a food shortage. Can you blame me? They have sushi, beef bowls, ramen and rice cakes. Of course I'm going to go Pac-Man on them.
6) Tibet. Despite the occupation, it seems like a very spiritual place, and I'm sure I could learn a lot from its citizenry.
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