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Gents and lurkers:
I have enjoyed the forum here too much and decided to join to participate in the banter. I will post my story under the dating section now, but let's just say I was that poor bastard that Winston talks about with the dominate, pushy, overweight beyatch of an American wife (she got it from her mother), and like a Phoenix rising from the ashes, dusted her off and redeemed myself with an Asian girl!
I thank guys like Winston for having the stones to make such a site in the face of protesting She-Men in America. The truth hurts but at least you ripped the Bandaid off and helped validate for many of us men that we are not the center of the problem.
Long story short, I am marrying a smoking hot Korean lady, she is the total package and more than I could have asked for. My ex-wife went crazy when she first saw her. Gentlemen, there is a God
I will post on the Dating section my experiences of two years searching in Asia for the girl who could meet the desires of my heart.
I bet the look on her face was priceless, ha! Congrats on your escape and your impending marriage.
I'm also glad Winston made this site to show guys that there is a whole world of options out there. I just wish I'd discovered this site years ago.
Congrats! I'm a Korean American guy that wishes you the best of luck. Where is your wife from in Korea? I prefer Inchon girls (and those away from the big cities like Seoul) because they tend to be more humble and less self-involved than big city girls. Seoul girls are pretty but they have no soul (pun inteded!).
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She is from Seoul, and you are right. When she is mad she has no soul. Not nearly as humble as the SE Asian girls, in fact, carries a hi-so attitude. But I was hooked by her sexiness and funny personality. Damn me haha she has me eating kimchi out of her hand
When I met her 2 years ago she was all about designer fashion and LV bags, but now she is shopping at Ross Dress for Less There is hope!
Good honesty in your posts.
Great thread title.
And congratulations on your bride. Even if she started off a bit of a "shrew", I am sure the "taming" is enjoyable.
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