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How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

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How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby sir_robert007 » February 24th, 2016, 7:35 am

I am interested in exploring the Pacific islands especially Samoa. How are the women? Any sweet Polynesian girls over there? From what I have seen in the the tourist film O Samoa: The Best Kept Secret it looks to be a down to earth place. Beautiful too. What kind of job opportunities can one expect in Samoa? Also how is Tonga? A very small island from what I can tell on Google maps. How would one go about finding a job there?

New Zealand interests me as from what I have read it ranks as one of the least corrupt nations in the world, a welcoming fact as the US government becomes more and more corrupt and power mad as the years go by. The women however from what I have read on some posts on these forums are just as crazy as in the US. Anyone have any personal experience in the dating realm in New Zealand?
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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby sir_robert007 » March 22nd, 2016, 12:02 am

Anyone have any experience living in Samoa, Tonga or New Zealand?
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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby E Irizarry R&B Singer » March 22nd, 2016, 2:57 am

If you are into BBWs, then American Samoa sounds good.
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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby sir_robert007 » March 22nd, 2016, 3:37 am

I like curvy women but nothing overly obese certainly not a woman who has fat rolls that bounce with every step she takes. At a minimun she needs to have some sort of a waist.
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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby sir_robert007 » March 22nd, 2016, 3:41 am

I am more interested in Western Samoa as it is more closer to authentic Polynesian culture. American Samoa is too infected with shallow American culture from what I hear
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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby MrMan » March 22nd, 2016, 12:43 pm

I've spent time in Hawaii and I've seen a number of Somoans, Micronesians and other Polynesians. I've probably seen Tongans and not been able to identify them.

For me personally, Polynesian women don't seem that attractive. I've seen maybe two Micronesian women that I've found attractive. For the most part, they seem kind of pudgy, sort of Pillsbury dough boy shaped, a feminine version of him. The men are kind of shaped like Pillsbury dough boys. But I've known a lot of them who are nice. The ones I've worked with were very hard working and didn't have an attitude. They seem kind of humble and soft spoken, a lot of them. That seems to be a part of their culture. The men do stuff like go out without any gear and spear fish under water and catch stuff.

Polynesians tend to be big. Occasionally a young Polynesian woman won't be fat, but she's usually big-- tall or whatever.
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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby Jonny Law » March 22nd, 2016, 10:53 pm

FAT CHICKS EVERYWHERE :)

Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand are HEAVEN for Chubby Chasers.
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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby sir_robert007 » April 22nd, 2016, 6:34 am

Ok so I just got in contact with a farm in Tonga via the WWOOF website. I am planning to visit there summer 2017. If everything goes to plan and I get to go there I will keep everyone updated with my adventures there and any experiences with the ladies. Any tips for a first time solo traveler?
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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby E Irizarry R&B Singer » April 23rd, 2016, 12:04 am

sir_robert007 wrote:Ok. Any tips for a first time solo traveler?

Yes. Don't post your experiences on this board. Keep it to yourself.
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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby Cornfed » April 23rd, 2016, 2:46 am

sir_robert007 wrote:Ok so I just got in contact with a farm in Tonga via the WWOOF website. I am planning to visit there summer 2017. If everything goes to plan and I get to go there I will keep everyone updated with my adventures there and any experiences with the ladies. Any tips for a first time solo traveler?

I wouldn't think a small island community full of oversized, psychotic savages would be such great pick-up territory, but whatever floats your boat.
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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby gnosis » April 23rd, 2016, 3:58 am

Cornfed wrote:
sir_robert007 wrote:Ok so I just got in contact with a farm in Tonga via the WWOOF website. I am planning to visit there summer 2017. If everything goes to plan and I get to go there I will keep everyone updated with my adventures there and any experiences with the ladies. Any tips for a first time solo traveler?

I wouldn't think a small island community full of oversized, psychotic savages would be such great pick-up territory, but whatever floats your boat.


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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby droid » April 23rd, 2016, 6:53 am

Cornfed wrote:
sir_robert007 wrote:Ok so I just got in contact with a farm in Tonga via the WWOOF website. I am planning to visit there summer 2017. If everything goes to plan and I get to go there I will keep everyone updated with my adventures there and any experiences with the ladies. Any tips for a first time solo traveler?

I wouldn't think a small island community full of oversized, psychotic savages would be such great pick-up territory, but whatever floats your boat.


I think he is avant garde actually. At the rate things are decaying everywhere, the south pacific might be the last HA refuge, except perhaps for the amazon forest;
although i wouldn't be surprised if they are already smart-phone-zombified even down there.

But funnily enough, oceania was already into sleeeeeves "before they were cool" :roll:

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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby Cornfed » April 23rd, 2016, 7:07 am

droid wrote:
Cornfed wrote:
sir_robert007 wrote:Ok so I just got in contact with a farm in Tonga via the WWOOF website. I am planning to visit there summer 2017. If everything goes to plan and I get to go there I will keep everyone updated with my adventures there and any experiences with the ladies. Any tips for a first time solo traveler?

I wouldn't think a small island community full of oversized, psychotic savages would be such great pick-up territory, but whatever floats your boat.


I think he is avant garde actually. At the rate things are decaying everywhere, the south pacific might be the last HA refuge, except perhaps for the amazon forest;
although i wouldn't be surprised if they are already smart-phone-zombified even down there already.

But funnily enough, oceania was already into sleeeeeves "before they were cool" :roll:

Well of course. "Tattoo" is a Polynesian word. Polynesian Islanders are to some extent the niggers of Australasia, although bigger, stronger and a bit less stupid. The idea would be to avoid them at all costs.
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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby Moretorque » April 24th, 2016, 12:03 am

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Re: How is it in Samoa, Tonga and New Zealand?

Postby Moretorque » April 24th, 2016, 12:03 am

droid wrote:
I think he is avant garde actually. At the rate things are decaying everywhere, the south pacific might be the last HA refuge, except perhaps for the amazon forest;
although i wouldn't be surprised if they are already smart-phone-zombified even down there.


I think it might be time for the Kanamits to help you on straightening this place out for the betterment of mankind.

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