Getting French citizenship sounds like a really sweet deal. But, I would investigate the details to see if there are any catches. For the right young man who really wants to live in Europe, it could be a viable option. Maybe I have seen to many 1930s movies where the foreign legion was typecast as a band of misfits. I didn't know French women had a good opinion of them.Think Different wrote:He said he had an inner warrior that needed to get out, so I took him at his word. And for the record, French women, French food, and the French language are awesome. You've never really made love until a French girl doused in nice perfume, wearing nice lingerie is whispering in your ear in French, while you're going at it.MrPeabody wrote:I wouldn't even consider the French Foreign Legion unless you actually meet someone who has done it and knows what he is talking about. The army can be a brutal place and you are agreeing to fight and die on command if necessary. That being said, there are a small minority of men with the right psychological makeup that might benefit from the experience.
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It kills me to say this, but I'm too honest to lie about credentials, and though I regard my self as intelligent, that sure has no contrast to educated, as I regard both as separate things.
Moving in with with a lady would be great, if I was a super model. I'm in shape, but I don't exactly have a 8 pack and I'm sure at one point she'll want me to provide something to the relationship, not to mention though not directly agents moving in, I maintain old school morals and wouldn't be putting out, that would be a bad complication hahah.
Teaching English seems to be the only way out, besides the online jobs mentioned, but I'm not too sure where to go or how to go about that, I'd be willing to learn though.
The reason I jumped to english teacher is I've always had a fascination with japan in all aspects really, not to mention I love the women >.> but that's another story, one doesn't have to live in japan to win a Japanese girl over, but it sure helps.
I've even gone as far as to attempt to learn a little japanese, but I'm no natural that's for sure, and honestly I might have to change my plans as that's a hard place to try and migrate to.
I don't fear going in to another country, I really regard my self as a bit fearless, I just don't have the resources.
Right now all I've mannaged to save up in my bank account is about 2500$
I was saving that up for a motorcycle to save on gas....but the crazy side of me wants to use it to travel, or even....vagabond and get out of country experience, but that comes with a multitude of problems.
I can't really just ditch my job, as I'm a manager, but on the flip side it merits me nothing to sit still and gain zero experience.
Hell I've even thought about attempting to be a police officer, put my self through a police academy with the money I've saved, but that wont necessarily land you a job, and it sure as hell wont get me out of the U.S.
The poorer the country, the better off you are. Now, that's being truthful. A woman in Bangladesh, Laos, Niger making sh*t per hour will be soooo glad to marry you. Doesn't matter if she is Muslim, Buhdist, Christian, whatever. If you are foreign, that is almost as good as a high income. It makes you exotic in their eyes. A $9 an hour man in some of these countries is good money believe it or not!
Man, look at Steve Jobs. The guy made Apple into the largest company on earth from nothing in the 90's. Apple should have been nothing. But he kept going...
Don't give up.