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Discuss culture, living, traveling, relocating, dating or anything related to Latin America, Mexico, or Central America.
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I would have to get a better look at their bodies.
I really like the System-Font "U" jaw shape the one on our far left has.
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reality is that these girls from Medellin, paisas, are mostly stuck up creatures and attracted by money, status, and charm.
It would be hard to get these types of girls for American guys, unless sheÂ´s already in the gringo circuit, then she will hunt you.. you and other gringoes vacationing.
BTW, I just learned that Paisas are descendants of Jews. Yes, they are actually jewish immigrants
I look forward to seeing photos of your farmer girls from Turkmenistan, all clad in their national dresses and bearing their certificates of Virginity and Infinite Virtue, with due apostille and English translation.
Usual equation: they're not chasing me, 40-something unattractive Gringo = they're stuck up bitches just like the women back home. Every woman on the planet is attracted by money, status and charm, especially if they come from a city where people with such status are plentiful.
Hmm...just found on a website. (http://discovercolombia.com/medellin/history-of-medellin/)
Well, not all European Jews were bankers or cunning traders intent on making huge profits on the back of the gentiles. These ones were probably as good as the ones who started kibbutzim in Israel after the war.
LOL...just found this from Google. http://bethaderech.com/sefardic-genealogy-genealogia/sephardic-surnames/ My wife's maternal surname (Pajon) is in there. Wow, didn't know her ancestry is Spanish Jewish. Who gives a shit
Paisas own major business holdings in Colombia. This I can verify.
The jewish descendancy was actually a surprise, but it makes sense now.
Paisas are hot, no disputing that. Whether they are the best Colombians for your buck is questionable. Smaller towns, superior girls, IMO.
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Most girls who have this look about anywhere in the world are not going to be easy, just the way it is. If they are 1, very light skinned to white 2. young and attractive 3. frequent clubs; they know they are hot as international mass media has told them 1,000s of times and they go to clubs cus they like to flaunt it. If you are their male equivalent or some clearly rich bloke, ok. Otherwise, hope u get lucky if that's your thing.
From wht. I've read, mguy is not 40 something nor does he have a typical (white) gringo look.
Should apologise, I was a bit too high in sarcasm.
Thing is, wooing a good looking woman who is perhaps smart too and knows her worth on the market is bound to be a non-trivial task, irrespective of the country. Failure rates can be higher, but to dismiss the matter simply comparing her level of hard-to-get-ness to that of American women sounds excessive to me. A bit of a "fox and the grapes" situation, if you know what I mean.