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You Should Date An Illiterate Girl, short essay

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Re: You Should Date An Illiterate Girl, short essay

Postby Jonny Law » October 8th, 2017, 1:13 pm

publicduende wrote:
Yohan wrote:I know Philippines best with its 2 million streetchildren, as I take care of a Filipina fosterdaughter and also help some poor people next to her since many years.

However it was not so easy to find impoverished 'honest' people who are genuinely grateful to a foreigner helping them and are willing to study and to work hard to improve their own situation.

Many of these poor people are poor because they are unwilling to work anything productive, others are into alcohol and gambling, others are plainly lazy, others are turning out as criminals - future jail in and jail out. - I met all kind of people, adults and children - in Philippines these children by social workers are divided into 2 groups, and they are called either 'bright' or 'dumb' - and you cannot help 'dumb' people of any age, it would be a waste of time and money.


That is absolutely true, Yohan. Many of us land in the Philippines with all the best intentions and they somehow harbour the "kind savage" myth, that all these people are poor but make up by having a kind heart and a keen desire to get out of poverty. Reality is, as you say, most of the poor don't really do much to improve their condition. In some cases they inability to act is the very reason why they and their families are so destitute and hopeless.

Filipino families know this very well and, as I pointed out on previous posts, they tend to distance themselves from the "masa". They don't hate them or anything, but they consider themselves above all that. A mix of stoicism and cynicism. Of course they are, themselves, not immune from hypocrisy, corruption and unadulterated evil. From my experience in Davao and even Manila, most middle, upper or elite class families are "good people". I have seen many more "bad people" among the poor, to be honest.


There are real disadvantages to dating a "middle, upper or elite class woman".

Women with a job maybe "good people" but they are busy. She is too f***ing busy to see anyone. She will be studying or working ( :evil: TOTAL BULLSHIT!).
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Re: You Should Date An Illiterate Girl, short essay

Postby publicduende » October 8th, 2017, 1:19 pm

Jonny Law wrote:There are real disadvantages to dating a "middle, upper or elite class woman".

A woman with a job maybe "good people" but the are busy. She is too f***ing busy to see anyone. She will be studying or working (TOTAL BULLSHIT!).


The only disadvantage to dating a "middle, upper or elite class Filipina" is that she will have all the intellectual/cultural tools to see you for who you are and make a judgment call that has at least some high-quality men, perhaps Pinoy, perhaps foreign, into account. In simpler words, the less desperate a woman, ANY woman is to find a man who can love and support her, the more she will be looking for higher-order qualities: cultural affinities, personality match, genuine physical attraction, probably a similar socio-economic status.

There is absolutely nothing wrong about it.

And, at least for me, ending up with a woman who is not only young, pretty, very well educated and from a good family, but loves you for who you are, not for what meals you can put on her table everyday...that's the biggest turn-on ever!
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Re: You Should Date An Illiterate Girl, short essay

Postby Jonny Law » October 8th, 2017, 1:34 pm

publicduende wrote:
Jonny Law wrote:There are real disadvantages to dating a "middle, upper or elite class woman".

A woman with a job maybe "good people" but the are busy. She is too f***ing busy to see anyone. She will be studying or working (TOTAL BULLSHIT!).


The only disadvantage to dating a "middle, upper or elite class Filipina" is that she will have all the intellectual/cultural tools to see you for who you are and make a judgment call that has at least some high-quality men, perhaps Pinoy, perhaps foreign, into account. In simpler words, the less desperate a woman, ANY woman is to find a man who can love and support her, the more she will be looking for higher-order qualities: cultural affinities, personality match, genuine physical attraction, probably a similar socio-economic status.

There is absolutely nothing wrong about it.

And, at least for me, ending up with a woman who is not only young, pretty, very well educated and from a good family, but loves you for who you are, not for what meals you can put on her table everyday...that's the biggest turn-on ever!


I am happy that you are happy.
Good Job :D Finding your: "young, pretty, very well educated and from a good family, but loves you for who you are"

You say
: "she will have all the intellectual/cultural tools to see you for who you are"
WHAT A f***ing NIGHTMARE!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZ-2ixICVow
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