Rick: “And by then it will be 8+ years since your last rejection in Ukraine J”
My last rejection?? When was that?? It wasn’t on the last trip!
The last girl wasn’t really eligible for marriage,,, she had an STD that I only suspected on the previous trip, but confirmed on the last. She should not have been on a dating site. It was fraud and deception,, not rejection!
The trip before that might have been a rejection,,, if I hadn’t found her Vk profile,,, and her boyfriend’s Vk profile, They had been a couple for years,, she wasn’t looking for a foreign husband. More fraud and deception.
The trip before that involved 5 women,, one no show,,, one away with her boyfriend and a year later husband, one date from hell,,, on the floor drunk,,, one girl that didn’t know anything about me,,,, and I found numerous inconsistencies in her story,,,,, then my ex,,, who doesn’t want to marry anyone,,,,, “at this time”?? She hasn’t been on a dating site since 2009, and is still unmarried.
My ex was a real disappointment, and probably a deception on her part.
These are prime examples of agency fraud,,,, agencies full of worthless profiles.
When will I visit Ukraine again?? When I find a good and sincere girl,,, and not before!
"Everyone has a match. sometimes it takes longer to find them"
Much of it is by chance. This seems like that USA TV show, "The Bachelor" where you interview a large number of women. Then you think you have the perfect one (supposedly selected for you by the TV producers), only to find out after the marriage proposal, that you two are really not compatible. You two (along with the others) spend time together and go out on dates. You develop strong feelings for each other only to seem them disappear over time. Unlike the time traveler on the "The Time Machine" movie, I do not have all of the time in the world.
"When will I visit Ukraine again?? When I find a good and sincere girl,,, and not before! "
you may need to reconsider your "system" what you have been doing does not work and in fact I think you may be a scammer magnet as I
have not heard of anyone having such horrible experiences over and over on multiple trips.
"she had an STD that I only suspected on the previous trip, but confirmed on the last."
was that confirmation made when the doctor said "take this prescription for the next 10 days"?
Rick:,,, “you may need to reconsider your "system" what you have been doing does not work and in fact I think you may be a scammer magnet as I
have not heard of anyone having such horrible experiences over and over on multiple trips.”
I did reconsider my system after each trip. I used 3 websites for the first two trips, in 5 different cities. I changed how many I wrote to and met,, from many to 1 and a plan B.
For the last two trips, I got away from ppl and used this site,,, no difference.
Nice guys might be scammer magnets,,, so what should I change??
Most of the guys here have had worse experiences,,, you’ve had some too.
Rick: “Even knowing the way of life, culture and such still didnt prepare me for
the "agency experience". I got my hopes up a few times only to have them crushed when meeting a girl in real life and yes it stung.”
The last girl had a visible STD that I could see on our first meeting. I knew what it could be,,,, but she lied and said it wasn’t. I found out from the interpreter on the last trip that it was. I never saw her on that last trip,, the interp claimed that she was too busy with work for several days,,, then,,, claimed that she had left with another man the day before I arrived?? One or both is a lie,,,, as I think that she had a breakout during that time,, and wouldn’t let anyone see her.
Sometimes it’s not a good idea to sleep with a girl on the 3rd date!!
The good thing about AIDS is that it is no longer a sure "death sentence" like it was back in the 1980s. A former coworker of mine back then contracted the CMV infection which blinded him and he died shortly thereafter.
A former male coworker slept with another female coworker and showed me a prescription that he got from the doctor of the female coworker. It was a medication to treat Trichomoniasis. He was going to take it just in case he got infected.
I remember shortly after aids arrived in the US, people with the disease were being attacked and harassed. Nobody wanted to be near them, eat in the same restaurant, etc, etc.
Doctors and other healthcare providers kept telling everyone how hard it was to catch aids, that you can’t catch it by shaking hands or even kissing.
Politicians and movie stars publicly kissed people with aids to show everyone how safe it was.
After my first trip to Ukraine,, the trip that I had all of the tooth problems, I came down with a fever from the return of the infection about two weeks later. A chip of tooth or bone was left in. About another two after that,,, I had stomach pains, that got to be bad enough for me to see a doctor. The doctor suspected an infection, which was confirmed by a test. I asked him if it could have been from the abscessed tooth,, he said not likely, and then I told him the whole story. He asked where this had taken place,,, and I told him Ukraine! His reply was: I think we better run a few more tests!!
He tested for anything that my dose of Cipperill wouldn’t kill. (and it was clean)
I also told him about the “date from hell” having her tongue down my throat,,,, and asked what a guy could catch from that?? He said: anything that you can catch from regular sex!!
So,,, why were doctors years ago saying not to be afraid of aids patients??
"HIV has been found in saliva and tears in very low quantities from some AIDS patients. It is important to understand that finding a small amount of HIV in a body fluid does not necessarily mean that HIV can be transmitted by that body fluid. HIV has not been recovered from the sweat of HIV-infected persons. Contact with saliva, tears, or sweat has never been shown to result in transmission of HIV."
I deduce from this that kissing with saliva will not transmit the infection unless there was an open cut in the mucous membrane which will allow contact of blood and plasma substances. So kissing is safe as long as their are no open cuts or openings along the oral cavity. Note that there has been no documented evidence of transmission by kissing and saliva. But you can always be a trailblazer!