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nice website. my story of leaving america.

Postby newlife » June 12th, 2011, 7:41 am

let me tell you about myself...

my life in america was not too happy. i did not have a wife or gf. i did not get laid. i was depressed all the time. my life generally sucked. american women just wanted something that i didn't have. i'm attractive, but that just wasn't enough. a little shy, but it shouldn't have been that hard to find a young woman sooner.

i decided something had to change. so i took a trip to south east asia at 25 and what can i say? wow! :shock:

when i got there i got laid everyday with beautiful women. i did not even have to ask to get laid! that is how easy it was. in fact, i met my wife almost instantly after i moved here permanently. wow! something that seemed so impossible in america was instantaneous in thailand. :shock:

what surprised me about the women was how much more feminine, younger and lovely the women here in asia are. the women actually behave like women! (not like men :roll:) they take great care of their appearance. everywhere i go i see stunningly beautiful women who smile at me! that is not an exaggeration. the difference between here and america is like night and day. america is truly an awful place for a man. i suggest you leave! :arrow:

today i live in thailand with a beautiful young wife and son. i think if i continued to live in america i would also have 20 years of loneliness.
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Postby Winston » June 12th, 2011, 3:39 pm

Welcome newlife!
I love testimonials like yours. They are so real, yet out of the box.

Mind if I use your testimonial on this page?

http://www.happierabroad.com/ebook/Page74b.htm

Anyway, it certainly sounds like you belong here! So how do you make a living in Thailand? How did you get a visa to stay there? Why did you choose Thailand? Did the language barrier pose a problem to you?

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Postby newlife » June 12th, 2011, 7:44 pm

Winston wrote:Welcome newlife!
I love testimonials like yours. They are so real, yet out of the box.

Mind if I use your testimonial on this page?

http://www.happierabroad.com/ebook/Page74b.htm

Anyway, it certainly sounds like you belong here! So how do you make a living in Thailand? How did you get a visa to stay there? Why did you choose Thailand? Did the language barrier pose a problem to you?

Winston


hi.

sure.

i really disliked living in the states. i don't think it was my problem not getting women. i think it is america women who are the problem. why is it so easy for me to find a mate here? it is like a night and day difference. american women wouldn't even look at me and i'm not that ugly.

after many years of traveling back and forth and visiting many countries including china, indonesia, cambodia, & laos i decided to move for good. i really think i made the right move. i'm confident in that. my life is 10x happier here. i'm not depressed anymore. i'm great around women. i'm "THE MAN" here. :lol:

i couldn't do it without money, so i saved up a big pile of cash and started some business ventures. after many trials and errors i now make enough money to travel the world and enjoy life.

there are problems such as visa difficulties. if you are not 50, you cannot get a retirement visa in thailand. so i started stringing a bunch of tourist visas together. that hasn't worked out too well, so i am planning on moving to cambodia due to the ease of getting a long term business visa. if you are older is is easier to live here.

overall i am really happy with my life now. i just needed to get out of america to experience life for what it is worth! :wink:
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Postby onezero4u » June 12th, 2011, 9:23 pm

welcome...

i love to read the stories of matrix breakers and those escaping the femenist hellhole of modern western society.

enjoy your newlife!!!
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Postby E_Irizarry » June 12th, 2011, 10:52 pm

@NewLife,

Welcome to the forum, new chap! I hope you can be a member here permanently and continue on living the good life in modern-day Siam.

By the way, flip the bird off at a Western woman everytime you see one in THailand, and trust me, there are always Western women there briefly visiting.
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