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I am a Chinese-American male from New York living in Northwestern Florida, around the Gulf Coast Area. I have lurked the forums for a long time, so this is the first time I'm posting on the board. I am currently 23 years of age with a bachelors of science degree (if that means anything these days). I never really had a girlfriend in the US, most of the girls I've met are incredibly snobbish and only seem to be interested in assholes just like they are.
Chinese New Yorker? Pretty much out of place in the Redneck Riviera!
So.... welcome to HA!
Somebody else gets it! Somebody whom understands that women are no longer b.itches. He understands that they are a.ssholes. A.sshole is a word which is used to call a man whom does wrong, especially with intent. Well, women think they are superior to men now so let them accept the moniker of "a.sshole". lol
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Interesting. We share a common geography, past and present. I am also from New York City but unfortunately for the past three years have lived in this cesspool of cracker non-culture. I am in southwest Florida, where a full set of teeth is a luxury. Expatriating soon though and it couldn't be more welcome.
Yeah, I'm planning on moving out of the country and finding some form of decent income (that at least isn't some form of daily wage slavery). Not to mention months ago, I was tens of thousands of dollars in debt.
Thailand (most friendly for Asians; and I do love Thai food, especially since moving to the Southern US where there are more authentic Thai restaurants run by Thai people)
Probably not moving, but would visit:
Sinosphere countries even though I have family members there
Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam
Shouldnt New York be easier for Chinese men to get a date?
I had to go through my teenage years in suburban white amurrca as a Chinese Muslim and it was bad. When I went to New York especially Flushing there were many Chinese people and there were even restaurants specializing in Xi'an cuisine. It was one of the happiest moments in my life. It was like I had found an oasis in a desert.
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