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How often have women in the US, UK, Canada or Australia flirted with you? I don't mean old ladies but young or at the oldest middle aged women. By flirting I mean smiling at you, making eye contact and showing you they want you to go over and talk to them.
Last edited by jamesbond on May 3rd, 2012, 2:18 pm, edited 5 times in total.
To be honest all the time but this has to do with a specific reason. There is no doubt women are users no good gold diggers. the main reason is a special location where i live. If it had been any typical part here it would zero and i can also say for most of life it has been zero. Even the ugliest, fattest, most stupid women in the world. Of course I am a good looking guy with an immense intelligence the only explaination is they are a disease as some of you have called and the same way some of you have said. I have been fortunate enough of this because as we all know if i had ended up with one of those id be in the gutter crying in some dark corner hoping for some deep regretable fantasy.
Yes, women in America are paraonid of men for some reason. I think that is one of the reasons they don't flirt with men or show any interest in men. Also, the fact that men in anglo-countries are so damn competitive when it comes to meeting women. Guys in anglo-nations will ask out women every week, some guys are asking out 10 to 20 women a week.
No wonder why women in the anglosphere don't flirt with men, they don't have to, they have a whole bunch of guys flirting with them and asking them out.
"When I think about the idea of getting involved with an American woman, I don't know if I should laugh .............. or vomit!"
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