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Expat after U.S. Presidential Election

What's your story? Discussions your reasons for going abroad.

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Re: Expat after U.S. Presidential Election

Postby Moretorque » May 10th, 2016, 12:26 am

HouseMD wrote:
Ghost wrote:If you're white, good luck next life.

Meh, being white is easymode in pretty much every country. Unless you're white and unattractive, then you're more limited. But so long as you are average looking or better, you can get some play basically anywhere without spending a dime.


Even if you are somewhat unattractive the Doc just drops his trousers and the ladies are like :shock:
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Re: Expat after U.S. Presidential Election

Postby Quiet_observer » July 29th, 2016, 12:47 am

Slick wrote:Would England be a good place to expat to? I love British music (Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Def Leppard, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden... well you get the idea). James Bond movies are cool too. And many British chicks are cute


Sorry mate, but your princess is definitely in Another castle. :) I lived there for over a decade. I can assure you- all you will want to do is watch movies and listen to music. The women are no different ( I repeat: NO DIFFERENT ) than the kind of women you loath in the U.S. Don't fall for the accents. I know you probably don't want to hear that but the U.K provided one of my top 5 global culture shocks. :)
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Re: Expat after U.S. Presidential Election

Postby Slick » August 25th, 2016, 12:13 am

Quiet_observer wrote:
Slick wrote:Would England be a good place to expat to? I love British music (Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Def Leppard, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden... well you get the idea). James Bond movies are cool too. And many British chicks are cute


Sorry mate, but your princess is definitely in Another castle. :) I lived there for over a decade. I can assure you- all you will want to do is watch movies and listen to music. The women are no different ( I repeat: NO DIFFERENT ) than the kind of women you loath in the U.S. Don't fall for the accents. I know you probably don't want to hear that but the U.K provided one of my top 5 global culture shocks. :)


Damn I just bought a plane ticket to hop across the pond. I guess I'm gonna have to sell my plane ticket and change my passport :cry:. Asia seems good to me right now. Hispanic women are my favorite but I had to cross off Latin and South America due to a nasty virus running rampant there. Asian chicks are my second favorite, as I'm currently exploring options in Asian countries.
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Re: Expat after U.S. Presidential Election

Postby Quiet_observer » August 25th, 2016, 11:10 pm

Slick wrote:
Quiet_observer wrote:
Slick wrote:Would England be a good place to expat to? I love British music (Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Def Leppard, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden... well you get the idea). James Bond movies are cool too. And many British chicks are cute


Sorry mate, but your princess is definitely in Another castle. :) I lived there for over a decade. I can assure you- all you will want to do is watch movies and listen to music. The women are no different ( I repeat: NO DIFFERENT ) than the kind of women you loath in the U.S. Don't fall for the accents. I know you probably don't want to hear that but the U.K provided one of my top 5 global culture shocks. :)


Damn I just bought a plane ticket to hop across the pond. I guess I'm gonna have to sell my plane ticket and change my passport :cry:. Asia seems good to me right now. Hispanic women are my favorite but I had to cross off Latin and South America due to a nasty virus running rampant there. Asian chicks are my second favorite, as I'm currently exploring options in Asian countries.



Iceland / Faroe Islands / Scandinavian countries. Been to all three, have mates in all three. These might be your best bet. They are self-sustaining, low populations, Not even remotely as feminist as you are accustomed to here in the US. And they dont depend on the U.S as much as you would think. Also, when the going gets tough in those regions, people know their ROLES. I know that sounds rude as sh!t, but in a crisis, that is immensely important. Its better than being in a collapsing society full of confused people who dont know if they are boys or girls. That is for sure. Maybe i am expressing this the wrong way, but places like Russia, Bulgaria and China knows good and well what I'm talking about. When America takes the plunge, popcorn will be in order..... No "End of the world" or "End of America" themed movie will come close to what will play out.
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Re: Expat after U.S. Presidential Election

Postby re85with » January 24th, 2017, 6:36 am

I was overseas while Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States.

I am not going anywhere.

Even if a dog or a materialistic thing was the President of the United States, many Americans would still be here...
I am so passionate about foreign women and international dating that I have created a blog called:

[url]foreignloveweb.wordpress.com[/url]
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Re: Expat after U.S. Presidential Election

Postby Falcon » July 23rd, 2017, 6:46 pm

I'm an American-born Taiwanese.

I graduated from college in 2013. I was 22 back then. I didn't even attend my graduation, and went on a trip around the world as I worked for some organizations. Eventually, I got a gig that allowed me to do remote work.

Two years ago, I went to Thailand and enrolled in a university there. The year after that, I ended up with a new family - a wife and daughter. I'm happy where I'm at and love my family. Not looking back. There's nothing to go back to in the US.
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