Discuss working and making a living overseas, starting a business, or studying abroad.
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Ladies and gentlemen, I'm elated by the fact that I can study abroad (after talking to my parents). I'm really looking forward to studying abroad one day. My college offers schools outside of the USA where I can study abroad. I want to do this because:
1. I want to experience other cultures besides the American culture.
2. I want to relish myself there.
3. This is the easiest way to travel. Easy means I don't have to make money the arduous way, hope to make enough money, and I don't stay for a short time. I want to stay at a particular country for more than a week. That's where the real experience comes from.
I still want to travel to Brazil, but I have to major in something else or plan to make an abounding amount of money. Also, the planning (I want to stay for more than a week and other things in my life). Ladies and gentlemen, I hope I'm not too annoying on the forum. I'm doing my research about all countries, whether it's from reading posts or still in the process. I promise to share my experiences (video if I'm allowed, pictures, etc) when I go to the country of choice.
Ladies and gentlemen, I really believe y'all are experts on particular countries. That's why I trust happierabroad .
There aren't many attractive women (inside and outside) in America. A man wants a physically attractive woman with attractive personality traits. American women usually don't have that combination.
Ever since I found Winston's website and read the information on there, my life has been much easier and I've been a MUCH more happier person!
No matter how good she looks, some other guy is sick and tired of putting up with her crap. ~Author Unknown (Quote about women)
I voted for Turkey. I heard it's a fun place to be and the women are pretty hot and slutty. I think it's maybe the best of both worlds in terms of embracing both the East and the West. Only problem I would have with Turkey is the creeping Islamic fundamentalism in the country, which kinda freaks me out! But otherwise, I think it would be a good choice. Forget about Denmark, it's a feminist hellhole and the people are really unfriendly and rude. At least, that's what I hear from many expatriates about that place.
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