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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #275 on: June 07, 2019, 04:57:08 PM »
“Frankly I couldn't give half a rat's ass”

I collect rat asses, you may not realize it, but rat ass collecting is one of the fastest growing hobbies in the United States...

even half a rat ass, if it’s in good condition, can still fetch a good price depending of course on breed and coloration...

if you’d be interesting in parting with yours, please let me know
also, if you don’t mind me asking, what happened to the other half of the rat’s ass?
if you can’t locate it, I happen to have another half a rat’s ass that I could glue on to yours
and we could sell that and split it, whadda ya say?

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #276 on: June 07, 2019, 10:06:04 PM »
Before I found my way here, when I was starting to look eastward, I found a website/blog called Western women suck. 

The founder/owner of the site married a RW, and has nothing but praises for her, before and after marriage.  There site is pretty much dead.  I think the last blog was in 2016. 

There is a current commenter on that site, who still stays active for some reason.  He posts comments, reads counter-comments, post counter-counter-comments.  He started off agreeing with the premise - western women suck.  He's from Canada, I assume, according to his frequent complaints about Canadian women.  Then he found and married a Ukrainian woman. 

Apparantly the guy went through a similar experience as IO.  Selfish wife, bad divorce, etc.  His last posts is very similar to the one's by IO now - full of venom and hatred for Ukrainian Women.  Not just his ex-wife, but all Ukrainian women.  Apprarently they are all evil scum of the earth...

That's all there is to the guy now - bitterness and hatred. 

IO, I hope you find someone for you, someone who fits your personality and lifestyle.  Maybe take a step back and breathe a bit, or just rant more and let it out of your system.

Not all RW women are bad.  Not all AW are good, not all UK women are good/bad, etc.  Everyone is different.  If you see bad traits in other RW, it's because that is what you are focused on.  A comment about shopping, complaints about a relationship, and you assume the worse, because of your experience with your wife.  People do it all the time - catholics are bad, protestants are bad, seventh day adventists are bad, democrats are scum, republicans are scum, jehova's witnesses knock on doors of every single soviet apartment...

Brownbeard, whereever he is now, focused on finding people with beards in Kyiv.  And he found them, and to him it seemed as common as day.  Go figure.

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #277 on: June 08, 2019, 03:04:53 AM »
Look around your married friends all have different relationships with their wives.  There is no standard set up.  We are all given our genes and then evolve based on our environment.  At passport control I said I was there to meet one person not a tourist to clear up a point.  The problem with dating fsu is probably you have limited time to live alongside one another before the marriage commitment and its implications.  There are nice women in the UK but most are married with few of the single ones being nice.  Through friends I've meet many single divorced females in the fsu and the standard and availability is far higher than in the UK.  Most fsu women I know married their first man, they met at 15 and divorced after one child in their early 20s because the husband went off with another woman.  So if you meet a woman in her 30s without a child you're dating an atypical woman. 

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #278 on: June 08, 2019, 07:30:28 AM »
  In case you haven't noticed, the cultures of the U.S./Asia and FSU have become EXTREMELY MATERIALISTIC in this day & age. While I may not be pursuing RWs from the FSU, I STILL deal with RWs here in the San Francisco and Walnut Creek area of Northern CA (Let me tell you there are a boat load!) And I have given up bc they are ALL the same. I invite any Northern or Southern CA guys out there to please tell me your stories or compare note *With the exception of GQBlue since he married a diamond**

I would also ask the board members what level of exposure and experience you have with RWs (NOT INCLUDING YOUR WIFE if you are married or her cousins or friends) in your local areas? HOw many RWs are in 


When I went to Russia 25 years ago, there was a mindset among Russians in general to spend money quickly. It was perhaps somewhat for gratification, but mainly they grew up that way because the ruble was constantly dropping in value. A steady build of wealth through planning and investment was in stark contrast to how 'New Russians' received their windfalls. I was married for 23 years, and I would say for the first 15 years my RW was less materialistic than AW counterparts, the last 8 I would guessimate about the same as AW counterparts with one exception, clothes
  I remember getting a call from lawyer after she received my wifes economic need report and she said clothes and makeup were grossly inflated and we need to object. I then asked how much was being asked. After I was told, I said that was about what she spends. My female $450/hr lawyer almost dropped the phone.
  We didn't interact with too many Russians, simply because there were so few Russians around where we lived. However, we did keep in close contact with several she knew from her home town that married AM like myself. I would say in general, they were fine RW and less materialistic than AW

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #279 on: June 08, 2019, 01:26:41 PM »
Frankly I couldn't give half a rat's ass what members think of my posts as each person has their own experience. I only decided to come back to share some thoughts.

Welcome to the forum, I encourage you to post as you see fit.
I think it's Jay who thinks that people who aren't as current in
dating as he is shouldn't be allowed to post without his permission.


For those members who are still married, power to you all as I am truly
happy for you, but while those may criticize my perspectives due to my
situation, you are also looking at things from a perspective due to the
fact that your relationships with RWs are doing well, which may not
necessarily represent the majority of AW/RW situations out there,
nor does mine.

Hmmmm, I think that it could be argued that your recent divorce may
have tainted your perspective as well.

Everyone is going to have different experiences there is no monolithic
situation or character trait that fits everything. There is every type of
girl in the FSU. They have Angels and they have devils who will sell
your organs for a new pair of boots.

There are FSU women who can sing like a dream and there are FSU
women who make the neighbors dog cry when they sing in the shower.
There are FSU women who can do complicated calculus (ask ML) and
there are FSU women who can't count past 11 without taking off their
shoes. I was asked honestly by a FSU woman (it wasn't a joke) if we
had the moon in the USA where I lived, because she would really miss
looking at it if we didn't.

They have EVERYTHING, every type. They have women who are full
on hold my beer, lead paint licking Batsh!t cRaZy! They have it all. 


I STILL deal with RWs here in the San Francisco and Walnut Creek area of Northern CA (Let me tell you there are a boat load!) And I have given up bc they are ALL the same. I invite any Northern or Southern CA guys out there to please tell me your stories or compare note *With the exception of GQBlue since he married a diamond**

I would also ask the board members what level of exposure and experience you have with RWs (NOT INCLUDING YOUR WIFE if you are married or her cousins or friends) in your local areas? HOw many RWs are in your local areas that are not related in some fashion to your wife and how often do you interact with them. The one thing I have noticed at least in San FranSICKO is that there are a boat load of Russkies here, namely in the outer sunset district (Geary/25th st)  Not to mention Walnut Creek and what I see is not very inviting. Does that mean 100% ALL RWs are like this? No, But when you deal with a majority of a given population set, one gets a bit tired of trying to find a needle in a haystack.

I lived in the Bay Area for over 20 years, now I'm in Texas. I went to several
different learn Russian Meet ups and dated several locally (in California).
They have a Russian language telephone book/yellow pages that was
located next to where I worked in Burlingame.

I've dated 4 different Russian women from Novosbirisk while living in the
bay area, but I've dated others as well.

I've traveled in the FSU including Odessa, Kiev, Lugansk, Dnepropetrovsk, Tblisi,
St Petersburg and Voronezh. I don't know how many FSUW I've dated, it's a lot
but there's no way for me to count them.

I spent 9 years meeting a multitude women before I found my wife. I've met
and interacted with countless FSUW, their children, their girl friends, husbands
both Western and Eastern, in all sorts of social situations, weddings, birthdays,
barbecues, celebrations, arguments, confrontations, etc.

I would classify myself as experienced enough. 


HAVING SAID ALL THAT:
Post on whatever you please. This is a still a free country (mostly) and
this is the internet and F#CK anybody who says you can't.
« Last Edit: June 08, 2019, 01:29:29 PM by 2tallbill »
FSUW are not for entry level daters
FSUW don't do vague
FSUW like a man of action. Be a man of action 
If you find a promising girl, get your butt on a plane.
There are a hundred ways to be successful and a thousand ways to f#ck it up
Kiss the girl, don't ask her first.

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #280 on: June 08, 2019, 03:11:19 PM »
. . . now I'm in Texas.

What??

Last I knew you were in Wyoming.

Did you officially announce the change here and get approval for the move ??
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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #281 on: June 08, 2019, 05:13:44 PM »
Welcome to the forum, I encourage you to post as you see fit.
I think it's Jay who thinks that people who aren't as current in
dating as he is shouldn't be allowed to post without his permission.



No 2T --   you know full well that my objection is guys posting " fact info" from yesteryear  as if it is the same today. While true -- some human interactions may not be that different -- the tangible has changed and the overall situation quite different. 20+ years ago --plenty of FSUW wanted/needed to "escape"--   so guys with little else to offer it was all possible  -- today that is not the case.

Why is it relevant -- because as you can see here currently in forum-- guys like TC take that stuff as verbatim  and it is not a good advice to take.

When a guy posts about cars of 20 years ago as being the norm-- it is basically bs today.
When a guy recommends travel options.locations and accommodation  situations  from a different era ( eg the floor "attendants" that used to be present in hotels etc)  as being of consequence today -- !!!!!

To your credit 2T -- I have noted you at the least do far less of that stuff in your comments today-- so my pointing that out to you did something!! :clapping:
I prefer to make a comment like I did-- and the OP to take the point -- the alternative is to have Moby like trolling at every opportunity ! :deadhorse:

As an aside to earlier comments-- in Ukraine many of the Soviet era cars are now being restored -- and as in the west collectable cars are bringing more than the cost of a new car !
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SLAVA UKRAYINI  ! HEROYAM SLAVA!!!!
Слава Украине! Слава героям слава!Слава Україні! Слава героям!
 translated as: Glory to Ukraine! Glory to the heroes!!!  is a Ukrainian greeting slogan being used now all over Ukraine to signify support for a free independent Ukraine

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #282 on: June 08, 2019, 09:37:37 PM »
JayJay,

Ukraine's economy is more or less the same as it was 20 yr ago...
what was true then, is true today...

if Ukraine is currently uniquely different from it's past
then please explain why Igor Kolomoisky's personal lawyer Andriy Bogdan is now head of Zelensky's presidential administration.
and how Kolomoisky' getting back PrivatBank could ever happen!!!!
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-ukraine-privatbank/ukraine-tycoon-crows-i-won-after-privatbank-nationalization-ruled-illegal-idUSKCN1RU1KY

I am tellin ya'll right now, this whole thing is a setup to take down the NBU
wipe it the f*&ck clean
will be the biggest bank scam of all time
leaving tens of billions in unpaid debts to EU and USA on top of stripping ALL NBU cash reserves

after the complete and utter collapse of the NBU, and Russia cuts off the flow of gas and oil to Ukraine
Russia is going to use this as an opportunity to use political engineering
to get Right Sector and other Ukrainian right wing parties to attack the government
and "blame it on the Jews" (Kolomoisky and Zelensky are both Jews)
then to initiate public attacks with hired titushki to murder Jews, burn synagogues, etc
prominent Ukrainian Jews are already writing the speeches pleading for international help

but alas, only one country, their neighbor Russia, comes to their aid
in their moment of greatest need
at least that's how Russia will write it in their history books
on why Putin is the biggest Russian hero since Stalin
the bringer of water to Krim
he who saved the Jews from a second holocaust

then dear reader,
gentle, kind, noble reader
after Putin has burned all his bridges with the West
after Trump has left office
and vengeful democrats
hold the reins of power in Washington
Russia
will still need a bridge to the west
and I'm gonna make em one

so you keep oo-cry-ee-na JayJay
my daughter and I will be at Four Seasons Moscow
where they STILL have "Face Control"
but I will be the most khoroshiy malchik you can ever imagine, da oichen khoroshiy...
and my clothes every bit as as perfect as my smile
while reading the faces of the audience
for their reaction to my daughter's presentation






 
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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #283 on: June 08, 2019, 10:19:50 PM »
. . . Igor Kolomoisky's personal lawyer Andriy Bogdan is now head of Zelensky's presidential administration.  and how Kolomoisky' is getting PrivatBank back!!!!
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-ukraine-privatbank/ukraine-tycoon-crows-i-won-after-privatbank-nationalization-ruled-illegal-idUSKCN1RU1KY

I am tellin ya'll right now, this whole thing is a setup to take down the NBU
wipe it the f*&ck clean
will be the biggest bank scam of all time
leaving tens of billions in unpaid debts to EU and USA on top of stripping ALL NBU cash reserves
. . .

Are you really Nouriel Roubini ??
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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #284 on: June 08, 2019, 10:27:39 PM »
no, even though we have VERY similar tastes in Women
Nour-iel is single and I'm married to a Ukrainian woman
but you CAN call me Doctor Doom however if it pleases you
because it doesn't please him
he's more the volatile, emotional type and me the cold calculating kind
yin and yang
but we always find ourselves in agreement with each other
which do you prefer Nassim Taleb or Nour-iel?
or?

 


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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #285 on: June 08, 2019, 10:46:38 PM »
no, even though we have VERY similar tastes in Women
Nour-iel is single and I'm married to a Ukrainian woman
but you CAN call me Doctor Doom however if it pleases you
because it doesn't please him
he's more the volatile, emotional type and me the cold calculating kind
yin and yang
but we always find ourselves in agreement with each other
which do you prefer Nassim Taleb or Nour-iel?
or?

Curious..,... your post says you are married to a Ukrainian woman yet your profile indicates a Russian woman??
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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #286 on: June 08, 2019, 11:13:32 PM »
my Crimean wife didn't cross the border...
the border crossed her
on language and Kultur my wife considers herself Russian,
even lived part of her life in Rostov
but passport WAS Ukrainian
to me, the difference between the two wouldn't be enough to buy a newspaper with
"gamburger" instead of of "hamburger"
"Gitler" instead of "Hitler", what's the big deal
be like people who say "poe-tay-toe"
instead of "poe-tah-toe"
should fight some kinda war over this distinction
nah, that's not what's it's about
always ask, "quo bono"?
"who benefits?"

kto?
the greatest hero eveh, moy Brat

Chorny Volchik
with his chorny plosh
in his dacha
on the chorny moira

it's all freakin chorny man

P.S.

I was partly raised by my Russian Grand Mother
she was the first person to teach me Russian language and Kultur
her USA nationalization certificate
lists her as being born in Kiev, Russia
and my Grand Father in Odessa, Russia
pic enclosed
so being consistent with the historical norm
which is to be inconsistent


the meaning of a revolution
is to turn in a circle
and return to the spot where you started from
in a couple of more years
Ukraine will have made a full revolution
and come right back
to where it started from
and it will be Odessa, Russia once more

a man, a plan, a canal – Panama!
I REALLY know this stuff backwards and forwards
and it's why Russians are gonna pay me manoga kapusta
some serious amount of 'coin
even though they think I'm cra-zier than Rasputin
slovo!

of course, my daughters are going to have to marry into oligarch's now...
but my oldest already knows how to handle Russian men quite easily...




 


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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #287 on: June 09, 2019, 12:48:23 AM »
Interesting krim  had the same experience as you mostly raised by a grandmother from near minsk Russia.  Probably why we are like we are as men not right for the western woman as we were looked after too well.  My grandparents had the patriarch and matriarch relationship down to a tee loved yelled and were together from 15 to my grandmother's death. 

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #288 on: June 09, 2019, 07:48:02 AM »
yo me bruv,

and like you I had a British mother, born in Hereford....
but my father was first generation American
 

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #289 on: June 09, 2019, 09:03:22 AM »
My ancestry is so mixed.

Came ashore in Jamestown, Virginia area in 1630s or so from England, but way back from Flanders to England with William the Conqueror.

Subsequently, tons of German, Irish, Scot, Welsh, Dutch, Swedish, maybe a little native Indian thrown in.

And the descendants gradually moved west to the lush farmland of our MidWest.

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #290 on: June 09, 2019, 09:16:39 AM »
Nope Krim i'm the other-way round generations of English farmers on my fathers side

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #291 on: June 09, 2019, 09:32:33 AM »
my mother's family all worked in the textile mills in Rochdale for pennies (literally, I have some of the company tokens they were paid with)
except for my great-grandfather who became the head gardener for the Clive Family at Whitfield
father's family were Russian Jews fleeing the pogroms
even they had to pass through the UK when leaving Odessa
Hamburg to Hull
then depart the UK from Liverpool
to the USA
some of "my Russians" got into the Odessa Mob in Philadelphia
if you saw the HBO Series "Board Walk", the Jewish Butcher in Philadelphia was VERY similar to my family
after WWII, they became respected businessmen
but now they're all just generic Americans

"Came ashore in Jamestown, Virginia area in 1630s or so from England, but way back from Flanders to England with William the Conqueror. "

ML, you look really good for your age...

 


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« Reply #292 on: June 09, 2019, 09:48:39 AM »
What??

Last I knew you were in Wyoming.

Did you officially announce the change here and get approval for the move ??

I'll post an update on my Trippin in St Pete trip report/blog
http://www.russianwomendiscussion.com/index.php?topic=3432.new#new

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FSUW are not for entry level daters
FSUW don't do vague
FSUW like a man of action. Be a man of action 
If you find a promising girl, get your butt on a plane.
There are a hundred ways to be successful and a thousand ways to f#ck it up
Kiss the girl, don't ask her first.

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Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #293 on: June 09, 2019, 10:16:07 AM »
No 2T --   you know full well that my objection is guys posting " fact info" from yesteryear  as if it is the same today.

It's true, I was exaggerating your objection. You often do it too forcibly,
not to me because I have pretty thick skin.

I humbly apologize

Why is it relevant -- because as you can see here currently in forum-- guys
like TC take that stuff as verbatim  and it is not a good advice to take.

TC only takes advice that reinforces whatever he is doing/thinking/believes.
He's the forum knucklehead. 

While true -- some human interactions may not be that different -- the tangible has changed and the overall situation quite different. 20+ years ago --plenty of FSUW wanted/needed to "escape"--   so guys with little else to offer it was all possible  -- today that is not the case.

When a guy recommends travel options.locations and accommodation  situations  from a different era ( eg the floor "attendants" that used to be present in hotels etc)  as being of consequence today -- !!!!!

To your credit 2T -- I have noted you at the least do far less of that stuff in your comments today-- so my pointing that out to you did something!! :clapping:
I prefer to make a comment like I did-- and the OP to take the point

A lot of this, the vast majority of this is boy meets girl. That's been going on
since they stopped arranged marriages, kidnapping of brides and letting the
girl have a say in the matter.

I haven't tried to find, catch and pursue a woman in 6 years? Finding a
good girl is still finding a good girl. Dumping a bad girl is still dumping
a bad girl. Falling off the horse and getting back on is the same, much
of that stuff is still the same.

On my profile it says "Married 3-5 years" and guys will have to take into
account that when I talk about websites and such, but chasing a woman
around your apartment with her panties on your head will be very, very
similar until girls move on from wearing knickers.


I prefer to make a comment like I did-- and the OP to take the point -- the alternative is to have Moby like trolling at every opportunity ! :deadhorse:

Moby is going to be Moby, he can't help it. He's been booted many times,
he is like the Terminator or Rocky 17 he just keeps coming back.

FSUW are not for entry level daters
FSUW don't do vague
FSUW like a man of action. Be a man of action 
If you find a promising girl, get your butt on a plane.
There are a hundred ways to be successful and a thousand ways to f#ck it up
Kiss the girl, don't ask her first.

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #294 on: June 09, 2019, 11:10:55 AM »
Krim same reason for my grandmothers family Jewish from Minsk

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #295 on: June 09, 2019, 11:22:36 AM »
up until 1910 Britain was open to Eastern European immigration, USA up until 1922...
totally idiotic of them to restrict this, but they did, and it cost millions of lives that otherwise would have been strong British and US citizens
my family assimilated in 1 generation, and now are totally generic, indistinguishable from any other goyim
my grandchildren will be able to be called Aryan under 1935 Nuremberg laws...
so WTF...
I have racially purified my family, same way my father did
my grandchildren will be juden frei
sweet...

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #296 on: June 09, 2019, 11:34:04 AM »
Interesting , I know my great grandfather got drafted a few years after arriving in the UK, was in the trenches from 1914 to 1918 and died of a heart attack 1920

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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #297 on: June 09, 2019, 12:06:43 PM »
my British relatives got wiped out by WWI
and when I was a kid found forgotten letters in the attic from a kind nurse
who was with my grandfather's brother when he died in a field hospital
roughly half the young men were killed in my family

my dad drove a sherman tank in WWII got frost bitten and lost toes in the bulge but kept shoving the clutch with his bad foot until well into January
used his Yiddish to claim he spoke German and was able to get an easy job questioning prisoners From January into the fall of '45 when he returned home
about half of all males in both sides of my family have been in the US military, myself included..
we even have one graduate of West Point
we're all professionals, doctors, lawyers, engineers, scientists
you know... tax payers...



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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #298 on: June 10, 2019, 11:09:22 AM »
Frankly I couldn't give half a rat's ass what members think of my posts as each person has their own experience. I only decided to come back to share some thoughts. Personally, let each person experience the pursuit of RWs in the FSU and let them learn by experience for themselves. For those members who are still married, power to you all as I am truly happy for you, but while those may criticize my perspectives due to my situation, you are also looking at things from a perspective due to the fact that your relationships with RWs are doing well, which may not necessarily represent the majority of AW/RW situations out there, nor does mine.
My posts may come off as absolutes, but honestly, unless you guys have put yourself out there and are still involved in the process, who are you kidding?

Iolani-

FWIW, your state reminded me of another long time member who experienced much the same as you with yours. His handle is GregfromGA. That also involved the gal changing, involved his MIL, two kids..he went from feeling 'lucky' to the complete opposite towards his ex, and this adventure...some of the similarities in your stories seem pretty eery.

You can read some of his posts in the recent past when he dealt with his break-up. Like you, he now says he won't recommend this venture to anyone, much less do it himself.

I remember coming on here years ago blowing my own horn about how lucky I thought I was. To make a long story short as it turns out I didn't know shit. The girl I married, lived with for 7 years and had 2 kids with turned out to be a complete 180 of what I thought I had. I didn't run and hide here when the crap it the fan. My ex remarried and was divorced after a mere 5 months. Looking back I honestly thought I had  married the most caring,humble,innocent, funny, intelligent woman I could ever hope to find. I harbor few regrets because I got two wonderful kids out of an otherwise grease fire of a marriage. I don't give much advice these days on said subject. I've been back over a couple of times the past year and quite frankly  I see the same characteristics that would make me consider castrating myself rather than be married to and go thought another clusterfock again. I have a number of friends that are or have been married to a FSU lady. Most of our stories run parallel. Those stories are not warm and focking fuzzy. Those stories leads us to honestly believe that there is something in the DNA of some of these women that warrants them being to be forcibly incarcerated and studied by  teams of doctors  from Johns Hopkins to study them around the clock. Of course Lily would be excluded from this group. Everyone knows she is a sweetheart.
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Re: Being a gentleman or a chump?
« Reply #299 on: June 10, 2019, 11:48:33 AM »
the way to SUCCEED with Russian women
is to be proactive with Russian women
and give them what they want....
before they decide to go and try and get it on their own if you don't
so, just give them what they want...
just give it to them...
and guess what
they’ll feel gratitude towards you
the first step to feeling love...

seriously, half the population in Ukraine HAS PTSD
so you remove ALL ANXIETY from your spouse...
don’t ever give them any anxiety causing stimulus
then, you always perform small acts of kindness daily
until they become a family ritual

also, and I really hope the prudes don’t get triggered
but every Russian/Ukrainian woman I gave oral pleasure to
became my freaking slave
EVERY freaking one
including my wife
literally would do whatever I wanted them to do without any ‘guff
as long as I waxed the beaver
Russian guys like to receive, but not give
so if a Russian/Ukrainian girl gave me problems
this is how I’d straighten her out
and this lasts for a few days usually
and you think I'm joking, but I'm not...




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