SilverbackPeru wrote:I've also heard off friends how it's the same culture in eastern Europe in places like Lithuania, how basically because the guys all have drink problems, cheat and beat the other half that it's amazing easy for westenerns to pull there just due to the simple fact that your not a ba****d!
falconagain wrote:Eastern Europe has a different problem. Due to certain conditions their male population is on the
decline. Because of that women are literally desperate and get any man available. Many Americans
are in the know about this which is why a group of well off and not so well off Americans try to
stay over there due to the main advantage.
falconagain wrote:Many Americans are in the know about this which is why a group of well off and not so well off Americans try to stay over there due to the main advantage. That they have sex non stop for several months with different women without any compromises. It is not for everybody, but if I had the money for an
extended vacation I would do it. The advantage is indeed very appealing.
You see plenty of the eastern Europeans work in the west for several years make enough money to buy a house an then return back to their homeland.
jimuazu wrote:hoyce wrote:i am displeased with the number of men i have met who are going to peru to get married or enter a relationship with a person they've only met online - oftentimes, the woman being significantly younger. i think it shows a defect in conduct and probably a lot of loneliness on the mens part; on the womens part i think it comes natural as it is fairly common in all cash-based countries that don't have a de facto form of social security. make no mistake, quite literally these men are their social security. i suppose everyone is using each other a bit.
to get a beautiful woman in peru you just pretty much have to go outside - that's it, they'll do the rest, getting into a relationship with one is nothing to be proud of.
But will it last? You're not going to marry her without running down a quick checklist at least, I hope?
In Pisaq (Cuzco), one married Peruvian told me the checklist she used for selecting her husband: he had to be kind, and he had to be a hard worker. (Actually, maybe you should try the highlands.)hoyce wrote:sorry if that offends but there is very little organic about it. i only try to talk to the rude ones that don't seem partial to foreigners,the others treat me like i'm a star just cause i look decent and can flow in spanish - i hate that. but i don't know, whatever makes people happy is what they should do, even if it's based on a lie i guess
It is a lie if you haven't established a foundation. If you feel right together and get along, then let's say that could be the beginning of a love that lasts. The love that lasts is the affection you can see in happy old couples, that peace between them. If you don't think you can find that for her, then try again. Everything else will change over the years, but not that. If you have that foundation, everything else could be for the wrong reasons, but it is no longer a lie. (IMHO)
Yes, the whole "marry a foreigner and have a better life" game is always around, but if you understand the game, you can see where your wife/girlfriend's thoughts are leading and navigate around the worst of it.
BellbottomBlues wrote:He seems to have a boatload of pride and cares very much about what people think.....seems like he would personally suffer greatly before letting anyone think he made a mistake or error.