It’s nowhere to play with men is the last minute meeting change-up.It goes like this: you’ll start texting her, she’ll agree to meet you at place X, but then an hour before you meet, she’ll suddenly text you asking to meet at place Y instead because it’s “closer.” This is despite the fact that she had no problem meeting you at place X the night before.I’ve had no less than girls in the past month try and pull this on me and I’ve nexted every single one.
a mall that is on the outskirts of town and would take me at least an hour-and-a-half to get to accounting for traffic.
I politely told her no, then blocked her number from my phone.
Not only does this indicate that she has a low resilience for pain and struggle, it’s only a matter of time before she starts hitting you up for money.
Honest Filipinas deal with their struggles with dignity and are too proud to ask for handouts from foreigners; I once tried to give my current girlfriend money for a taxi and she flatly refused.
This is probably less true in the more liberal parts of the country, though.
Keep in mind that these are my and not a strict guide. If you’re ready to start meeting Filipinas now, click here.
Why do you think the fertility rate is so high in this country? Not only are condoms here too small for the average white man (Filipinos being less endowed on average), wrapping it up is damn near required given the country’s laws. don’t have a child support extradition agreement—meaning if you knock a girl up, you can get off the hook by fleeing the country—I’m not fond of the idea of leaving my child to be raised in a Southeast Asian ghetto. The Philippines still values female modesty and chastity (at least in public), meaning that revealing outfits are a no-no for Filipino girls.
The Philippines is one of the few countries on Earth where abortion is illegal, thanks to the efforts of the Catholic Church, meaning a slip-up in the baby department means pain for you. The ones who wear them are girls who’ve spent some time outside the country and have absorbed some of the culture of wherever they went (read: they were riding the cock carousel until their labias turned blue).
English is one of the official languages of the Philippines, learning it is mandatory in schools, and the government favors it when it comes to written documentation.
While few Filipinos are 100 percent fluent in English, you can hold conversations with them easily provided you tone down your use of slang and ten-dollar words.
What I’d like to cover here is a much wider look at this topic.