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#41 Paul Orr

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Posted 30 December 2008 - 02:42 AM

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no, i can take it!! and i was referring to your other thread due to the fact it sounded as if she was your property!!


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Posted 12 May 2009 - 01:44 AM

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Hmm, according to some theories out here, men who seek out foreign women are losers. To me, the real losers in life dont have enough money to travel across the ocean to meet a fine sweet lady. Yet the real losers have enough money to waste at the casino, strip clubs, endless dates going out and dining,driving, impressing. Who is the real loser? Not the man who finds his destiny in the PI!


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Posted 12 May 2009 - 11:55 PM

I have encouraged so many men I know, including co-workers, to consider a Filipina wife.

But many men are so scarred from divorce that they don't want to have anything to do with any woman from any place. As far as they are concerned, women from any country must be the scum of the earth.

Others are more open-minded.

In any case, there are good and bad women in any country. One doesn't have to go the Philippines to find a wife. If your soulmate happens to be there, by all means go. But for most people, their soulmate will not be in another country.

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At my work, I have coworkers that search the american dating sites uselessly and endlessly in search of true love.

They see that I have found my true love in the PI, and yet they don't show much interest to find a Pinay who would offer them true love and devotion forever.

Mature western men, usually divorced, have a hard time finding a sweet american woman who will truly love and care for them.

I hope that at least one friend or coworker will become interested and seek a loving pinay as forever wife.

I think the western men believe it is too hard, complicated or perilous to seek Pinay or other foreign woman.

Have you helped a friend seek a Pinay wife??


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Posted 24 May 2009 - 02:09 AM

QUOTE (pauljaja @ Jun 8 2008, 10:04 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
At my work, I have coworkers that search the american dating sites uselessly and endlessly in search of true love.

They see that I have found my true love in the PI, and yet they don't show much interest to find a Pinay who would offer them true love and devotion forever.

Mature western men, usually divorced, have a hard time finding a sweet american woman who will truly love and care for them.

I hope that at least one friend or coworker will become interested and seek a loving pinay as forever wife.

I think the western men believe it is too hard, complicated or perilous to seek Pinay or other foreign woman.

Have you helped a friend seek a Pinay wife??


Paul

I have with a coworker friend nothing has started yet. Having a advantage of working for a airline that goes into Manila is a big help. Alot of Men dont consider that major cost factor to travel to the Philippines, and the seperation issue only being able to see her 1 or 2 times a year.

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Posted 17 April 2010 - 09:42 AM

hello people, i just want to share what honey told me about this one... one day when he is at work and talking with his army friends, he asked them if they wanted to meet a pinay girl like me, honey likes us for being friendly and hospitable, but they answered him no, tongue.gif tongue.gif tongue.gif tongue.gif, maybe its bcoz they are not yet meeting a filipina/filipino in their journey of life hehehe...
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Posted 17 April 2010 - 11:12 AM

I have also spoken to a friend about meeting a filipina. He is on the ropes with it wanting to see how my relationship works out. I am not very sure he, at the age of 45 is even ready to settle down and marry. A serious person would explore the options IMO though. Yes, it can be expensive but no more expensive than dating and wooing the girl next door. The cost of certain things are different but in the end they all balance out.




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