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Hi! I'm Dana from Czech Republic

Postby czechdana25 » Fri Feb 19, 2016 1:36 pm

Hello everyone! I'm Dana. I am Czech. I moved to the United States 3 years ago and I love the American principles of individual liberty. The U.S. Constitution is a beautiful document that safeguards fundamental human rights not found in other places. Not all Europeans hate America - just the politics of Washington D.C. I found this site because many Europeans do dream about moving to America and starting a fresh life. Some do see the USA as a land of economic opportunities they cannot attain in their native countries. We Czech are very peaceful, intellectual, & kind-hearted people. I am glad to meet you all and hope to have many stimulating conversations with everyone.

Děkuji = )
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Re: Hi! I'm Dana from Czech Republic

Postby czechdana25 » Fri Feb 19, 2016 5:19 pm

Euro Girl wrote:Hello Dana,

What is your height and weight? (I assume you are age 25 from your username.) What is your "notch count" with men? Mine is zero but maybe soon to become "1" with my 12th-grade maths teacher who wants to make me his girlfriend. What do you think of the "For-Profit" prison industry in U.S.A.? What did you like better about your home country of Czech Republic? The beer, food, culture, music, film, etc.?

How did you find this Forum? I came from web-links through the Forums: *porn site links removed* You have to be careful here because this Forum consists mostly of angry old men who are disenchanted with Western women and the Western world. I was "beat-up" badly in all the forums including Bodybuilding Misc, Lookism, Slut Hate, and even here in Happier Abroad. But I will never give up. I want to be accepted by the men of this world.

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Thank you for your questions! I think the for-profit prison industry is terrible. The people are being locked up for non-violent offenses which is unfair. http://mic.com/articles/86519/19-actual-statistics-about-america-s-prison-system#.6q89B5eEB

The Norway model to rehabilitate violent offenders to re-integrate back into society is the best approach. Some people deserve a second chance.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgHdGr4aQoU

My height/weight? A woman never tells. My "notch-count" is none of your business.

Czech Republic is mostly atheist country with beautiful castles. We're very intellectually rigorous and love the artistic pursuits. Of course we love to drink too!
I was disappointed that many Americans don't know much about the outside world. Most Americans don't have a passport. The fake smiles and phony personalities can sometimes be unsettling. I can make more money in the USA and be able to travel all over the country.

Do I love and admire men? Yes of course. They've built and sacrificed so much for this world. I think @EuroGirl that you shouldn't care about the opinions of others. Be happy with who you are and set goals for yourself to live a happy life.
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Re: Hi! I'm Dana from Czech Republic

Postby Yohan » Fri Feb 19, 2016 6:38 pm

It seems the comment of EuroGirl was removed for some reason, likely a sockpuppet of a troll.

If you are for real, Czechdana25, welcome to this forum.

Not everybody here on board is from USA, I am from Europe, Austria, your neighbor, but living in Japan since many years.
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Re: Hi! I'm Dana from Czech Republic

Postby czechdana25 » Fri Feb 19, 2016 6:57 pm

Yohan wrote:It seems the comment of EuroGirl was removed for some reason, likely a sockpuppet of a troll.

If you are for real, Czechdana25, welcome to this forum.

Not everybody here on board is from USA, I am from Europe, Austria, your neighbor, but living in Japan since many years.


Thank you Yohan! I appreciate the welcome - most guys are rude or sending me unimpressive dick pics.

Japan? That's a very interesting country. The people are so strange. What is your view of Japanese people? since you have lived there so long!

http://www.vice.com/video/the-japanese-love-industry
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Re: Hi! I'm Dana from Czech Republic

Postby Yohan » Fri Feb 19, 2016 7:32 pm

Well, the European community here in Japan is rather small, this is not a country suitable for Western immigrants. I cannot complain however about my working conditions, about my Japanese family etc. All is fine here for me since over 30 years already.
About this forum, many members here are not happy with Western females, so be prepared for a rather mistrusting welcome. Openly said, most females signing up here take it too much personal when they read all these complaints they feel insulted and leave soon.
About rude or unimpressive pictures and texts, we men get them also all the time, more than you might think.
I receive about 50 of such emails per day, invitations from non-existing girls from Russia for love, porn and sex-chat and so on, all what you can do about it is to delete them.

About such movies, you need not to believe that the majority of all Japanese are like that. Most was taken in an area mainly controlled by Taiwan-Chinese in Shinjuku-Kabukicho in Tokyo area. There are wide areas in Metropolitan Tokyo area of almost 38 million people without such places. Anyway Japan is likely the most liberal country in all Asia regarding any sexual relationship, paid or for free, there are also similar services for women available who feel lonely.
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Re: Hi! I'm Dana from Czech Republic

Postby czechdana25 » Fri Feb 19, 2016 7:54 pm

Yohan wrote:Well, the European community here in Japan is rather small, this is not a country suitable for Western immigrants. I cannot complain however about my working conditions, about my Japanese family etc. All is fine here for me since over 30 years already.
About this forum, many members here are not happy with Western females, so be prepared for a rather mistrusting welcome. Openly said, most females signing up here take it too much personal when they read all these complaints they feel insulted and leave soon.
About rude or unimpressive pictures and texts, we men get them also all the time, more than you might think.
I receive about 50 of such emails per day, invitations from non-existing girls from Russia for love, p**n and sex-chat and so on, all what you can do about it is to delete them.


I heard the Japanese are polite xenophobic racists and find it odd that foreigners desire to live in Japan. But I love their sushi so much!

I don't mind the insults and rude comments from thirsty men - my integrity & soul are rock solid. I treat others with kindness. People who are cruel to others are very likely to treat themselves very badly. Misery is a choice.

I have visited Moscow and it's true the women are very tall, well-dressed and beautiful. The Russian people are very approachable, friendly, fearless, and highly educated. They never smile in public - but once you gain their trust it's a friend for life! But most of us Central/Eastern Europeans who were ruled by Soviet brutality have resentment against the Russkis for obvious reasons. The Czech independence was peaceful since we are proud nationalists similar to the Lithuanians.
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Re: Hi! I'm Dana from Czech Republic

Postby Yohan » Fri Feb 19, 2016 8:04 pm

Most men here in this forum and similar forums too had very bad experience with Western women in their past - including myself.

About here in Japan, most young people are very bright and rather different from what you expect. You could look at some video too and some replies might rather surprise you.

BTW, there are many more Japanese men married with foreign women than Japanese women with foreign men, it's about 2:1 already.
In our office are also Western women married to Japanese men, and other co-workers are 50/50 Japanese/European...

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5s-8HEq7NW0[/youtube]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQYoJotXN7U[/youtube]
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Re: Hi! I'm Dana from Czech Republic

Postby czechdana25 » Fri Feb 19, 2016 8:22 pm

Yohan wrote:Most men here in this forum and similar forums too had very bad experience with Western women in their past - including myself.

About here in Japan, most young people are very bright and rather different from what you expect. You could look at some video too and some replies might rather surprise you.

BTW, there are many more Japanese men married with foreign women than Japanese women with foreign men, it's about 2:1 already.
In our office are also Western women married to Japanese men, and other co-workers are 50/50 Japanese/European...

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5s-8HEq7NW0[/youtube]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQYoJotXN7U[/youtube]


It breaks my heart that so many men wish to find love but are disappointed - but that's life. It's a choice to be happy or miserable.

Why do Japanese seem to not care about their World War 2 war atrocities against the Chinese? Do the Japanese view themselves superior to the rest of Asia?
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Postby Yohan » Fri Feb 19, 2016 8:46 pm

http://www.tourism.jp/en/statistics/
If you look at these statistics, you will see how many people from China/Taiwan/South Korea are visiting Japan all the time. It cannot be so bad here .... Otherwise they would not come.

About WWII etc. this topic is politically exaggerated, most ordinary people from all concerned countries don't care much about the past what happened over 70 years ago. Most of those WWII people are either rather old or dead.

There is a lot of activity between Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, China, Philippines, with plenty of airplanes every day full with tourists and businessmen, and plenty of shipping of cargo.

Same with me, I do not feel to be responsible for Hitler's citizenship and birthplace located in Austria, in 1889, despite I am Austrian national.

About love and disappointed, I think mainly Western men are disappointed, as we always outnumber women by a large margin, we men do not really have a choice. For women it is much easier, they have many options.

Legally seen there are also serious problems and complaints, as finally after a breakup, it is almost always the man paying for it.
I left Europe, but I am convinced I would still be a single man if I did not. I see my former situation in Europe very negatively.

I never met any young woman while still in Europe, who did not immediately ask for money from me after her first sentence. Dating in Europe is very expensive, my result at that time was zero, but luckily I lost only about 2 years of salary, other young men spent much more with nothing in return and now all of them I know and have still contact are divorced. - In this sense, just to pay for sex and conversation but remain single, seems to be 'not such a bad choice' for a young man in Western countries.

About myself, I just left long time ago and never came back. I never regretted to move out of Europe.
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Postby HouseMD » Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:09 pm

Oh, Dana, you poor thing. This site is either not at all what you think it is, or is what you think it is and you're going to have a bucket of lulz. I would encourage you to read some of the more... Interesting posts in the Latest 100 Topics section to get an idea of what you're dealing with. This place is bizarre, to say the least, and basically just hates on America and the West constantly, sometimes rightly so, sometimes not so much. In any case, glad you're enjoying America. It's not the greatest country in the world- it's got its up and its downsides, but it's certainly a place where one can build a life for themselves.

Regardless, I've been to the CZ- passed through on my way to points farther East a few years back- and it's a really nice place. Unfortunately, my travels were confined to Prague, so most of the locals I interacted with were incredibly sick of tourists, American or otherwise. The Czechs I've met elsewhere have all been wonderful people, however. Might head back there in a few years when I'm done with residency, explore the countryside a bit rather than the touristy city.
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Postby czechdana25 » Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:25 pm

Yohan wrote:http://www.tourism.jp/en/statistics/
If you look at these statistics, you will see how many people from China/Taiwan/South Korea are visiting Japan all the time. It cannot be so bad here .... Otherwise they would not come.

About WWII etc. this topic is politically exaggerated, most ordinary people from all concerned countries don't care much about the past what happened over 70 years ago. Most of those WWII people are either rather old or dead.

There is a lot of activity between Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, China, Philippines, with plenty of airplanes every day full with tourists and businessmen, and plenty of shipping of cargo.

Same with me, I do not feel to be responsible for Hitler's citizenship and birthplace located in Austria, in 1889, despite I am Austrian national.

About love and disappointed, I think mainly Western men are disappointed, as we always outnumber women by a large margin, we men do not really have a choice. For women it is much easier, they have many options.

Legally seen there are also serious problems and complaints, as finally after a breakup, it is almost always the man paying for it.
I left Europe, but I am convinced I would still be a single man if I did not. I see my former situation in Europe very negatively.

I never met any young woman while still in Europe, who did not immediately ask for money from me after her first sentence. Dating in Europe is very expensive, my result at that time was zero, but luckily I lost only about 2 years of salary, other young men spent much more with nothing in return and now all of them I know and have still contact are divorced. - In this sense, just to pay for sex and conversation but remain single, seems to be 'not such a bad choice' for a young man in Western countries.

About myself, I just left long time ago and never came back. I never regretted to move out of Europe.


That's a shame you felt unhappy and lonely in Europe. Of course I don't have that problem since I'm a girl - extensive social network/always had a boyfriend. I read many bitter and angry posts here by men. I feel their pain & frustrations because I don't like to see anyone suffer. I love animals (I have a pomeranian puppy and 2 guinea pigs!!) Every living creature deserves love and kindness. Men of honor deserve a loving woman of integrity. Don't lose hope guys! Improve yourself daily.

It may be politically incorrect to say this but I do enjoy sex. I've had a couple of threesomes and did an orgy once in Ostrava (bordering Poland,long story lots of S&M fetish bondage scene) No guys, I'm not a whore. I don't accept payments for my body. I only give myself to a man who is confident, assertive, in fit shape, and acts like a gentleman. I don't tolerate rudeness or bad behavior from thirsty men. Treat a lady like a lady. I also am attracted to other women. Women are beautiful - the female body is like art. I've only had 2 encounters with females but I seek to have more.

I don't judge anyone. I know many men have hateful comments towards women whether their grievances are real or imagined. Everyone has a special unique consciousness and journey in life. Like Dalai Lama said: "Have compassion in your hearts. If you can't help them; don't hurt them." I try to live by this code as a free-thinking European woman.

Life is beautiful guys!! Smile more. :D :p : )
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Postby czechdana25 » Fri Feb 19, 2016 10:23 pm

HouseMD wrote:Oh, Dana, you poor thing. This site is either not at all what you think it is, or is what you think it is and you're going to have a bucket of lulz. I would encourage you to read some of the more... Interesting posts in the Latest 100 Topics section to get an idea of what you're dealing with. This place is bizarre, to say the least, and basically just hates on America and the West constantly, sometimes rightly so, sometimes not so much. In any case, glad you're enjoying America. It's not the greatest country in the world- it's got its up and its downsides, but it's certainly a place where one can build a life for themselves.

Regardless, I've been to the CZ- passed through on my way to points farther East a few years back- and it's a really nice place. Unfortunately, my travels were confined to Prague, so most of the locals I interacted with were incredibly sick of tourists, American or otherwise. The Czechs I've met elsewhere have all been wonderful people, however. Might head back there in a few years when I'm done with residency, explore the countryside a bit rather than the touristy city.


Well I don't hate America. It provides lucrative career opportunities in IT consulting for me. We Czech people are atheist Slavic people influenced by Germanic cultural values. Men should stop being bitter and resentful and enjoy this beautiful world! Life is a beautiful blessing from your parents. I miss my mom. She worries I'll be abducted by thuggish black men!! LOL!

Zuzka Light is a fitness youtube sensation of Czech nationality
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Postby Moretorque » Sat Feb 20, 2016 12:04 am

czechdana25 wrote:. She worries I'll be abducted by thuggish black men!! LOL!


Don't you eveeeeen start talk'in junk about dee Blackman!
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This is Anatol Troll, reported already, for moderators - please ban this user and remove comments immediately!
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Postby Yohan » Sat Feb 20, 2016 2:30 am

Baltic Girl (17) wrote:.
czechdana25 wrote:Why do Japanese seem to not care about their World War 2 war atrocities against the Chinese?


What atrocities? Imperial Japan and Nazi Germany were not "evil". They just lost the War. No one speaks of the genocides committed against Japanese and German peoples during the War (strategic bombing = carpet bombing of civilian towns and cities) and after the War (concentration camps with genocidal mortality rates) meted out by the vengeful armed forces of the British, American, Russian, and French. The American General Patton wanted to exterminate the German prisoners-of-war in his camps (fortunately he was overuled). History is truly written by the "victors of war" (attributed to Virgil).

Of course the above were meant in irony. Atrocities were committed by all major sides during WW2. No side can claim to take the moral high ground. Highschool history books and web sources such as Wikipedia are essentially rubbish (garbage) for the great unwashed masses of humanity.


Off topic for a welcome thread, but it is true. For sure Stalin and many others co-operating with him were not better than Hitler and his advisors or the Japanese War Council members. However this is all history, about 70 years ago. The only remaining spot is more or less only North Korea with the Kim-family, a tiny place. Otherwise Asia is now rather different from its past. We have to live for the future and not for the past and we have to move on and not to move back.
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