For what it's worth Rick, I support your mutual relationships with 19 year olds or so.. I am not into it, although I have been accused of such, but I support it. I agree it is of mutual benefit, but there are pitfalls, including the relationship is not likely to last. Yet, you seem to be aware of them.
damn, I can see why we dont ever get any new people...
TomZ wrote: " For me this age bracket is a little too young and they don't provide any intellectual stimulus for me. A relationship is not just about sex. It's about companionship."
The ones I end up dating from this age group are quite bright compared to their peers. They also make good companions. They go anywhere I want and participate in my work enthusiastically, and their youth makes them alot of fun. They are never too tired. I also like the mentor aspect. Usually they can cook and clean just like their older
counterparts which is a plus.
As Ive said before, If the right girl at an appropriate age comes along who is serious about a long term relationship and marriage then Im game. Until then life is fun :)
"Humans like to "browbeat" others. It makes them feel superior and puts other on a lower level. Consider the example of Henry VIII."
Excellent alpha male/leadership skills you got. With that in mind, I don't think " we should work together".
I suggest to change the title to WE CAN HELP EACH OTHER.
Help me out buddy, avoid Ukrainian girls that were decided by an old Devil.
The prices on the romance dating tours start at $5K on one site. That is for being with a group of men. If you want to do it solo, the prices increase from $7K to $15K. And that is just covering the apartment stay, daily breakfast, staff guide, airport transfers, meetings with the women, and date coaching stuff. All other meals, airfare, additional local transportation, and sundries/gifts are not included. And you get a $300 discount if you are a repeat offender (I mean customer).
It was EG who wrote about Tver’,,, 7,000usd and agencies. There is a possibility that someone is trying to spoof me with this,,, because I’ve been to Tver’, wrote about the agencies and took over 7,000usd along. I also went to 3 other cites on that trip.
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“TomZ, your posts are juvenile and immature in the extreme.
I have used many, many agencies over the years. With one, BeHappy2Day in Tver , Russia, I spent over $7000 - so please get over yourself. And grow up. “
LR, the problem is TomZ immediately went with the name calling (cheapskate) before he heard that story. I think it is smart to look up the women on social media to avoid being taken by these agencies, as EG was trying to say. It would be understandable to refute that advice, but name calling is important to TomZ to stroke his ego.
When you say daddy issues, are you referring to "sugar daddies" or being too immature (as in being raised without a father)? Or both?
This requires some background knowledge of the lady. The issue with that is where are you going to find that information? From her? From her relatives? From her friends? Since you are not a local resident, you can only go by with your direct experience with her which is often limited. Are you going to track her like in the show "Cheaters"?
When you say fireman, I think you are referring as being her "rescuer"? I think many of the profiles are looking for her "prince" or "savior". Like I said before, nobody wants to go downward (lazy, drunken homeless bum).
I watched an online video about one of the romance dating socials involving an older man dating a lady in Ukraine. The video followed the lady with her translator to her residence. They were chatting between the two and near the end before they left for her date, the lady commented about how local men do not know how to date. The translator replied "maybe they cannot afford to do that". Perhaps the issue with local men is not that they are abusive or drunk or lazy, but that they are too poor to court someone?
"Ethnicities are mixing now, so there's degeneration, and it didn't used to be like that," she mused to the mag. "Remember how many beautiful women there were in the 1950s and 1960s, without any surgery? And now, thanks to degeneration, we have this."