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Chinese girl I met on QQ

Posted: November 24th, 2012, 10:57 am
by The_Hero_of_Men
There is this Chinese girl that I am talking to on QQ. I met her a little while back, and she is now saying that she likes me a lot and that she is happy she met me. Occasionally I will say "Wo ai ni" to her and she will giggle and blush and say it back to me. There is one thing she said to me that causes me a little bit of concern: She said that she will fall in love with me once she gets to know me more (she has previously said that she likes me a lot). She also wants to learn English. Is this normal, or should I run the other way? She can speak some English, but she had told me her English was bad. She was happy when I told her I'm trying to learn Chinese. I also told her if we marry I want to live in china.

Posted: November 24th, 2012, 11:28 am
by Introvert
I don't see anything wrong with what she said. She likes you and she will like you even more when she knows you better. Seems natural. To be honest, I would be more concerned about her response to you telling her that you want to live in China. What did she say to that?

Posted: November 24th, 2012, 12:27 pm
by The_Hero_of_Men
She was happy when I said that

Posted: November 24th, 2012, 2:41 pm
by Anti-American
What does QQ stand for?

Posted: November 24th, 2012, 3:06 pm
by abcdavid01
Are you being honest? Do you really love her and are you seriously considering marriage? As long as you're both honest, what's the issue? Nice story. Good luck.

Posted: November 25th, 2012, 12:19 am
by Dragon
Hit them where it hurts. Offer to buy and send her an really expensive gift ($500 necklace) . Say that you will "go buy it right after she approves of it." If she accepts, dump her bro--you got a hoski. The thing is all the really nice traditional values girls will NEVER accept such an expensive gift. You don't want any girl except that for a wife, otherwise you'll get your heart twisted. You have been warned. Don't be all giddy and clouded just because a woman is showing you affection.

Posted: November 25th, 2012, 6:07 pm
by The_Hero_of_Men
I offered to buy her an expensive ring earlier today, and she asked if it was for a proposal, and she declined my offer, at least for now.

Do I have a keeper, or a potential Hoski?

Posted: November 25th, 2012, 6:21 pm
by Dragon
The_Hero_of_Men wrote:I offered to buy her an expensive ring earlier today, and she asked if it was for a proposal, and she declined my offer, at least for now.

Do I have a keeper, or a potential Hoski?
Good sign. You may proceed to the next step, which is the waiting game. Chinese scammers/gold diggers usually don't have a lot of patience, because they usually have a group of desperate saps that they have met online to give them money/gifts or even eventually marry them. If you can keep up this relationship with her for at least 6 months but ideally up to a year, you're most likely good to go. There's not very much else to do to verify she's a good person if you cannot yet meet face to face, so the waiting game is the only option right now.

Re: Chinese girl I met on QQ

Posted: November 25th, 2012, 7:26 pm
by Teal Lantern
The_Hero_of_Men wrote:There is this Chinese girl that I am talking to on QQ. I met her a little while back, and she is now saying that she likes me a lot and that she is happy she met me. Occasionally I will say "Wo ai ni" to her and she will giggle and blush and say it back to me. There is one thing she said to me that causes me a little bit of concern: She said that she will fall in love with me once she gets to know me more (she has previously said that she likes me a lot). She also wants to learn English. Is this normal, or should I run the other way? She can speak some English, but she had told me her English was bad. She was happy when I told her I'm trying to learn Chinese. I also told her if we marry I want to live in china.
On the learning English part, if it's not their first language, they can speak it better than you and still think they need to improve it. :lol:
Once Westerners know all of ten words in a language, we're ready to offer improvement tips to Pimsleur. :lol:

Posted: November 26th, 2012, 4:20 am
by xiongmao
Have you met her in real life? You'll think she's OK, until you see all the other women who live in her city. Lmao.

If Chinese people learn English they can get a much better job.

Not all Chinese women are gold diggers, although money is of course gigantically important in China. Just take a girl shopping, and watch her behaviour. Most of my girls I've met have been pretty frugal, and just wanted me to buy them fruit and stuff.