mammamia wrote:All this sounds ridiculous but I think that many Peruvians suffer an inferiority complex toward something foreign .
No...why should he do that ? He is here to stir up the bunch once in a while, nothing elseteamoperu wrote:Respect that you took the time, guiri, to look it up and post a correction. Now I wonder if chi chi will be able to man up and say "my bad " too?
So..? You are not doing it?danjaker wrote:If I was "living the life" as he says, I would be living the life, not spending everyday on chatrooms and forums talking about it.. lol -
I wonder where you got that number from..?mammamia wrote:[
About 80% of the world's population who believe that marriage is a good thing would never understand you and your gf's parents.
I used SA to mean South America. Last I looked Mexico was in Central America,
Cheddar, no, because I think its uurghh , but good manchego you find in the market of San Isidro for a far better price,crazytacoperu.com wrote:Does anybody know where to get cheddar at a better price?
Exaggerated , yes a bit, but not far off the truthteamoperu wrote:chi chi wrote: Most everything he says in this post about Peru is exaggerated bs and I doubt he has met any Peruvians in Spain.
You as a Peruvian know way more than I that even signed contracts mean zip in Peru ...remember the Metro??? was signed in ..??..1985 or so and was operational in ??teamoperu wrote:Guiri wrote: How is a signed agreement wild talking and a stupid fantasy?
ironchefchris wrote:Is chewing gum still illegal in Singapore?
teamoperu wrote:“What a bunch of nonsens!” and then “This is actually true...” Good to know my nonsense is actually true!
But thats a general problem in Europe nowadays. ...maybe besides Denmarkchi chi wrote:tomsax wrote:Lone Rider wrote: The jobmarket is tough. Too many people apply for every jobvacancy and the situation is getting worser and worser.
HA..yeah, good luck with thatgeneralmelched wrote:
Candidates must have:
- Good internet connection
teamoperu wrote:Ah Guiri. You didn't see any 1994 Ladas did you? Didn't think so.
Not always...some (even modern) buildings have only flat plugschi chi wrote:The electrical sockets in Peru are quite handy. You can both plug in electrical ítems from the US and Europe. (except UK and Irish plugs)