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Re: Lots of girls, but cold and no $.

Post by TheOneandOnly » December 8th, 2012, 1:04 am

30005 wrote:I am new to this forum. Info is great.
Lots of comments about living in US.
I agree it is hard to score among the ladies here.
I love living in California and I make good $, but I don't have a gf.
I am East European guy, 6.1' in early 40s, athletic, and I am interested in tall lady.
When I am in Russia or Ukraine I can feel that ladies looking at me big time.
Here, in California - none. Even girls from Russia/Ukraine have no interest in me.
I am ready to move to Russia/Ukraine. I know I will have girls attention, lots of it.
What is holding me is cold, gloomy weather and low salaries.
I get depressed very quickly if there is no sun. Girls want $$$, salaries low.
As a result, I am happy in California with everything and have $$$, but no gf.
If I move to Russia I will have to give all of it up, but I will have a gf.
Will I move? I don't know. I have this aforementioned dilemma.
Will I consider Asian or Latino girls. I tried some Latinos(gorgeous, tall ones) in Cali, but they turn me down.
Some tall Asians turned me down too.
Thank you for reading and lots of girls to all of you!

if I were you I would keep earning enough $$$ then move abroad all together. Though does depend on what you mean by good $$$. Not just for women, but overall lifestyle. Especially given you could semi retire in parts of Ukraine depending on your saving, Where in eastern europe are you from then sir?

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