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Taiwan massage parlors - Winston's scouting report

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Re: Taiwan massage parlors - Winston's scouting report

Postby MrBlueLight » December 30th, 2014, 4:43 pm

Maybe you are just not the kind of guys that Taiwanese girls are into. Tho you are right about the hotter the Taiwanese girl, the bitchier she is.

I am having the opposite experience as you now I am spending the holiday season in Taiwan. Walked into a senior home to visit a relative today, and was attacked by female volunteers about if I am single or not, some of the older ones wanted to introduce their relatives to me.

And FYI, normal Taiwanese people look down on those who frequent bars. Many still believe those to be "places where bad people go". Hate to say it, but your kind isn't welcomed here. But the good news is, other kinds of foreigners are welcomed ;)
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Re: Taiwan massage parlors - Winston's scouting report

Postby newlifeinphilippines » February 12th, 2015, 6:04 am

hookers wont be a substitute for a real girlfriend. Maybe in philippines but even then its not most of them.

Ive been to massage parlors and apartments with korean and japanese hookers. Hell I even had a half korean half mongolian russian born hooker in her apartment. They are very pretty and cutesy and soft spoken but it just seems so sterile and rushed and robotic with them. It turned me off to north eastern asian women. I guess it depends though cause there was this one korean girl that was more like an american girl but thats rare.


mr bluelight if your so handsome that you get attacked in taiwanese you wouldn't be in philippines.
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Re: Taiwan massage parlors - Winston's scouting report

Postby MrBlueLight » February 12th, 2015, 9:42 am

Because I already lived in Taiwan before and I need new experiences. Don't worry, stay tuned for Mr. Blue Light's Love Diary in (insert EE country), Chiang Mai, and Saigon in the coming years ;)
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Re: Taiwan massage parlors - Winston's scouting report

Postby Winston » June 27th, 2017, 2:13 pm

The other night i cruised around chiayi, taiwan, to go to one of the brothels here. But for some reason I couldn't get the nerve to go in. They look so seedy and illegal, especially at night. And something in the vibe and energy field of taiwan makes me feel very insecure and weak, like it drains all my life force. i cant explain it. Wtf? Why does that always happen here? Its literally an island of kryptonite to me, especially down south in small cities. I feel totally incapacitated here, as though my hands are tied.

I couldnt even get an erection because i felt so weak, nervous and insecure from the bad energy here. I tried hard to fight it amd resist it but i couldn't. What the f**k is going on? I dont get it. And how come no one documents this online except me? What is it in taiwan that takes away all my strength, confidence and self esteem? What the f**k man?! I cant even get an erection when i try to go to a brothel. Since I couldn't get hard, i decided to quit and that it would be a waste of time to go in and spend money if i couldnt even get it up. Also most brothel girls in taiwan look cold, unhappy and impersonal and have a pissed off face, which makes it even harder to get an erection. For some reason bad vibes prevent me from having an erection no matter how hard i try.

While driving around i even saw a building with lights on and a big window with sexily dressed girls sitting outside and inside. They looked like they were trying to get attention. One was flauntint her legs on the street even. Wow. I was shocked and stunned. Taiwanese girls usually never flaunt themselves openly like that. They are not open people at all so its out of character for them to flaunt themselves in public. I wanted to stop and see what they were offering there exactly. But i couldnt get the nerve. I tried hard but i couldn't. I got some weird phobia and social anxiety in taiwan that i cant explain, that i dont have in other countries.

I need someone like rock with me to get the courage to do stuff like that here. But on my own i feel totally weak and insecure. I dont know why. But taiwans vibe totally f***s me up. I cant be the same guy i am in other countries here. Why is that?

Zboy, falcon, do you notice that in taiwan too? Like it takes away all your confidence and makes you weak and insecure, like you cant do anything? Maybe that negative self-hating vibe of taiwanese that you noticed, zboy, rubs off on me badly and is like poison to my soul. If so how come it doesnt affect others? Maybe it does but others cant explain it or its too subconscious. Either way i get the feeling like people hate me here and hate life and everything in general. I dont know why thats not documented anywhere so how can i be the only one that writes about it?! Its like being the only one that states that the sky is blue. Weird. I also feel like some invisible boa constricter in taiwan is trying to choke and suffocate me and suppress my life force and essence. Its terrible.

Maybe thats why the young people in taiwan have no personality or social skills or conversation skills, as me and el_caudillo and others have noticed. Because the bad vibe here that undermines you also represses and suppresses them to the point of stinting their psychological growth so that they end up as empty shells with no confidence. After all, every time i see my taiwanese relatives, i always notice one consistent thing: the old people are always very talkative and chatty and social but the young people quiet and closed and shy and afraid to talk to me. They act as if i dont even exist. How could there be such a vast difference between young and old people in taiwan? In other countries, like russia and europe, young people are just as open and social as old people if not more so. So strange. Wtf is wrong with taiwan youngsters? They act like they have aspbergers and are mute. Very weird. Why cant they be like the young people in other countries? Stupid.

Anyway i badly wanna go to that massage place with sexy girls sitting outside that i saw and drove by a few times. But its soooooo hard. Fear grips me and paralyzes me in taiwan for some reason. Its like kryptonite and takes away all my super powers and confidence. What can i do? And why the f**k is this happening? Its not logical. i feel totally incapacitated and handicapped here. Like i cant do anything!!!!! f**k man!!!!!!! I HATE it when my body refuses to do what my mind wants! It doesn't obey my orders! Im so pissed!!!!!
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Re: Taiwan massage parlors - Winston's scouting report

Postby El_Caudillo » July 4th, 2017, 9:20 am

If you are feeling that Taiwan malaise again and your sex drive is high - I would suggest some of the massage parlours in Taipei, with either Vietnamese or Mainland women. A lot of these women actually seem to feel the same way you do about Taiwan. The Vietnamese are usually talkative and speak good Mandarin, they agree that Taiwanese are cold and not sociable. Many of them go back to Vietnam to visit whenever they can - yes it would seem they can afford international holidays sometimes(?) They mostly have a common story - they got married to a Taiwanese guy, divorced and then end up in a massage parlour. Doesn't sound like much fun. The mainlanders too will give you their take on Taiwan. Good 'service' can be found in these places. Just don't expect to see any great beauties. More average looking women in their thirties. They will give you their line if you get on well and you can arrange an outside meet. By the way, do you not feel that the libido is just a hassle sometimes? I imagine Taichung has a lot of these types of places too - as when I was there I saw a lot of immigrants from South East Asia around the streets. I'm sorry you are trapped in the same old cycle, good luck man. Personally I'm in agreement with other posters here that going to massage parlours is not great for your karma - not saying I've not been though. Why? It's not the paying for sex in itself - it's the associated stuff, involvement of organised crime, unhygienic conditions, possible trafficking etc etc. I agree with what Rock has said, if prostitution could be free of association from drugs, gangs and coercion then it could be great - but it never is.
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Re: Taiwan massage parlors - Winston's scouting report

Postby momopi » July 20th, 2017, 12:41 am

There is a saying 水土不服, roughly translated as "incompatible to the water and soil" to describe someone not thriving at a location (or getting the runs from local food/drink).

Consider the moronic decision to plant over 200 Northern California redwood trees in a Southern California park. To keep the trees alive in our local environment and 100 degree summers, they have to truck in and cover the roots with 4 inches of mulch every year and water them for 25 min twice daily. Out of 8 saplings planted recently only one survived.

If you are incompatible to the water and soil, then moving to another place may be the solution. However if your issue is with your own mental state or tendency to self-gaslight, then moving may not help you in the long term. Possible solution is to suppress your mental issues by force or be a perpetual traveler -- don't stay too long at any one place.

And if you really want to P4P in Taiwan, check online forums like JKF.
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Re: Taiwan massage parlors - Winston's scouting report

Postby Falcon » July 23rd, 2017, 6:03 pm

Winston wrote:Zboy, falcon, do you notice that in taiwan too? Like it takes away all your confidence and makes you weak and insecure, like you cant do anything?


Yes, I kind of felt that in both Taipei and Tainan when I was staying with my relatives and touring the area. But the Indonesians and other Southeast Asian expats in Taiwan energize me a lot.

But there are also many other cool places in Taiwan that are great for history buffs and cultural enthusiasts. You really can't be that bored in Taiwan unless you have some negative energy holding you down.

For instance, Winston, your parents' house is just right by a Tibetan temple, some aboriginal Tsou villages, fascinating historical shrines, and so many other cool places. Why not check out some other interesting places in Taiwan?


If you are incompatible to the water and soil, then moving to another place may be the solution. However if your issue is with your own mental state or tendency to self-gaslight, then moving may not help you in the long term. Possible solution is to suppress your mental issues by force or be a perpetual traveler -- don't stay too long at any one place.


Some more wise words from Momopi. I feel perfectly happy and satisfied with my family life in Thailand. I've got a wife and daughter here that I am very happy to take care of. Northern Thailand is a very livable, affordable place to live in for families. It's not perfect, but I've made an effort to adapt to my local environment and "go local," and go with the flow. That's one of the main components of being a happy, well-adjusted expat.
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