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I agree. This is what most guys need to finally breakaway from the matrix once and for all. The more of us who travel abroad the better. It will be a slap to the face on the feminazis and slowly put a dent on their beliefs. I've been ridiculed and criticized myself for having a lithuanian fiancee but I don't pay attention to those people cause in reality it shows it's a blow to them cause they lost another good man to a foreigner. Point Dexter is not gonna put up with the AW crap any longer.
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I was wondering why we haven't heard from you in a long time! Congratulations Have2Fly, it sounds like you are very happy once again, now that you are back in Ukraine.
Would you suggest a larger sized city would be best to meet women or a smaller sized city? Those women in eastern Europe are some of the hottest women on the planet!
Now that you are living in Ukraine, you can compare how your life was living in the US. It sounds like getting laid in Ukraine is easier than getting woman's phone number in the US.
"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."
I have not been to the Ukraine...but what I see in EEW is you can pick up 30-35 EEW very easily as a 40-45 year old man. I am 48 now. But I look much younger. I am constantly picked as 40 or so.
I have talked to the sub 30s and they really do not have much to talk about so I do not find them interesting. I need a woman to be able to hold a decent conversation. The women in the 30-35 range are very beautiful women compared to western women. They have often traveled a bit and have some interesting life stories to tell.
What I like most about EEW is that they tend to be very honest. you might even say brutally honest. They know what they are offering and are not apologetic about it or deceitful about it.
Congratulations - and thank you for a great post to start the week!
I am trying to talk to this Lithuanian girl (who lives in the UK) on Skype. I haven't used Skype so I can keep focused on getting outta here.
I think I got Plan A but I want Plan B and Plan C... She got friends?? lol
You would do perfectly fine if you behave like a man and not a pussy-whipped typical Anglo Saxon. It would also help if you didn't dress like a typical American when you left the apartment. No shorts, No flip-flops, leave the majority of free advertising/branded t-shirts at home. Get some nice casual shirts, button up. You can wear jeans but put some shoes on, unless you're trying to be casual/daytime sort of thing.
It would be good if your somewhat in-shape as well, not that a beer belly will totally hurt you, Mark Davis isn't the skinniest guy, nor is Peter Marra...
Law Jackson lifts weights and is Black but all their wives are about equal looks wise.
So it really doesn't matter, just be yourself and be honest. Russian phase app only helps, quite a few girls know some English however in the larger cities.
Traveled? By mid 30's the Government sees them as no threat to leave. Quite a few mid to late 30's Ukrainian/Russian women never married running around Western countries...
What I don't like about Slavic women in their 30's is some of them don't age well at all and I'm being nice.
As for things in common, most women (non-Anglo Women) find me terribly interesting. The only time I struggled for something to talk about is with a 19 year old Ukrainian girl who had worked as a Au Pair in Sweden, spoke English well. Women in their mid 20's we have plenty to talk about actually...
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Well, I have to tell everyone else that it's very difficult to live in the Ukraine. There's a lot of red-tape to try to get visas and permission to live in the country. There big unemployment so foreign workers are not at all welcome. I really doubt you will be able to stay in the country once your current visa runs out as you will have to go through bureaucracy to get it renewed (waiting in lines all day, staff who don't want to give you the visa...)
"Woman is a violent and uncontrolled animal... If you allow them to achieve complete equality with men, do you think they will be easier to live with? Not at all. Once they have achieved equality, they will be your masters." Cato the Elder
On another thread, a Korean-Am guy is tearing it up in Russian Far East aka Khabarovsk.
We choose the story we want to live.
This is true, despite Euro 2012 Ukraine is not quite a basket-case but as about as close as you want to get to one.
When you have an unemployment problem, it creates problems for immigrants and tourism, especially in countries not as mature as other countries.
Both Poland and Ukraine had to address the Xenophobia issue in a very public manner. I am glad to say that both events largely went without major incident. Though what happen with the African-Ukrainian singer that represented Ukraine in the Eurovision song content is quite embarrassing.
Ukraine is no where I would want to stay long term, the corruption actually gets in the way though you may believe you can pay your way out of stuff or to get things done. Also many things you find common place in America or UK are not available in Ukraine and if they are, its expensive.
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