There are so many sites for us men, herer is one for you girls :)
Well.. It is actually a parody of the bride-mailorder business, but it is quite funny :)
Here are some of my favorites.. hehe
From no-name in New Mexico: "I'm definitely a classic romantic. I like a candlelight dinner, some quiet background music, and a couple hits of ether. I prefer a woman that has insurance and a car would be great as I need to make the occassional [sic] trip to Mexico to pick up 'souvenirs.' "
And Daryl from Illinois: "My name is Daryl. I am 17, but will be turning 18 in September. I figure by the time we get to know each other I will be legal tender and we can marry. My parents are kicking me out after December and I'd like to meet a woman with a lot of money so we can have fun. I like women between 18-45, but would consider older if we do not have to touch a lot. "
The pictures are great as well :)
Make sure to take the cpmpability test, and also check out the "success stories" :)))
He makes it up himself :)))...I think the maiden debauching, village burning, pillaging viking babrbarian somehow still has stiff (pun intended) competition from US men to catch the attention of all the FSU lovelies who seek milder wheather and hairier men than what Norway has to offer.
The convenience of flying to see them in just a couple of hours has limited advantages, after all.
It is funny you mentioned the weather actually..
We have quite warm weather here, most people believe we have polar bears in the streets, and that there is freezing cold here.. It is not.. :))
First of all... There isn't a single polar bear in Norway, then.. Because of the Gulfstream we have nice warm water and temperature.. Right now there is about +25 C in the sun, 16 in the shadow.. I know it isn't Californa, but 2 hours away from here ;) there are -4 :)
And when it comes to the hair.. hehe.. less hair.. more man!!!
you may want to double check your geology.
From NYC and all throughout the appalachian mountains there are geological faults much like the ones found California.
The occasional shaking and baking here does not deter millions from moving to calif every year....someone close the damn gates, lol!!
I know CA is not that bad. I worked a project in Santa Rosa for a few months. One of the project members used to give me a list from a newspaper of all the tremors and quakes from the previous week just so I'd know which ones I slept through.
santa Rosa is way too close to Richmond for my sense of self preservation. It usually has the highest murder rate in the nation. Keep it in No. Cali.
I'll take the so cali beaches and drier weather anytime. I'm 5 minutes by car and 20 minutes by bycicle from Laguna Beach.
From mailorder-husbands.. to polarbears and hair... to earthquakes.. and now murder.. wow... This thread is really taking all directions there is...
Let's discuss prices on bustickets in South-Africa :)))