Well I just got a very tantallizing spam. Should I ditch my wife of 23 years and go for it? Gee I always thought that Russian women wore tents for dresses and inner tubes for garters, and had a chronic problem with chest and back hair. These babes ain't half bad!
Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius - and a lot of courage - to move in the opposite direction. - Ernst F. Schumacher
Why date or marry a Russian woman? Why date or marry a Russian woman, you might ask? The inspiration for the Russian Mail Order Brides website grew out of the frustrations the website�s creators had over trying to find nice American women to date. American women can have attitudes that are difficult to deal with. They are often demanding and hard to please. Russian women on the other hand are so unspoiled. In many less-developed countries, like countries of the former Soviet Union, women have a much lower social status than men. Russian men are often abusive and disrespectful toward women. This is what Russian women are used to. Compared to that, the life you can give her will make her so happy and grateful. Russian women tend to be devoted adoring wives. In western societies women have an equal status to men, as it should be. Russian women see American men as kind, sensitive, respectful, understanding, compassionate and dependable, and for the most part American men are this way. Many American women take these qualities in American men for granted. However, because of what Russian women are used to, they will never take these qualities for granted. These qualities make American men very appealing to Russian women.
Originally posted by Thomas Paul: How do you think Map ended up in the states!
Hm... Not sure it's quite a correct definition. My husband put an advertisement in Moscow's newspaper, and I wrote to him. (Still not sure why he wanted a Russian wife, probably read too many crappy E-mails ) Then he came to visit me, we spend some time in my city, then went to Saint-Petersburg... We slept together a couple of times, probably would do it more, but I had "problem days"? Is this a polite euphemism? Then he went back and we waited almost a year for my visa...
We slept together a couple of times, probably would do it more, but I had "problem days"? Yeah, that's why I like women older than 60, -- they don't have "problem days". If the torchure of child delivery is God's punishment to women for biting on the apple, then "problem days" are God's punishment to men for offering that apple.
Originally posted by Eugene Kononov: MM: Should I ditch my wife of 23 years and go for it? I am thinking the opposite, -- sending my Russian wife back to Russia and marrying a nice lady from Texas. Wanna switch?
I'm currently dating a Russian girl. For the record, she seems just as demanding and spoilt as the (huge) number of Western women I've dated. Not that I mind - keeps me on my toes...
Joined: Jan 30, 2002
JY: Michael, if you take Eugene up on his offer quickly enough, you may be able to get him to pay for the upcoming wedding of your daughter, and then you will be free to go to JavaOne. Think about it. JavaOne, Eugene pays for the wedding and a change of scenery (if you know what I mean?)... tempting indeed. EK: and marrying a nice lady from Texas. You might feel different about that when the that hot branding iron hits your naked ass.
Originally posted by Eugene Kononov: We slept together a couple of times, probably would do it more, but I had "problem days"?
Yeah, that's why I like women older than 60, -- they don't have "problem days". If the torchure of child delivery is God's punishment to women for biting on the apple, then "problem days" are God's punishment to men for offering that apple.
Hmm, in the version I read, the woman offered the apple to the man. It was the snake that goaded the woman into trying it. Still, the man did take a bite, so maybe that's what we're getting punished for.
On the other hand, some animals that didn't even touch the apple only get 30 - 60 days of estrus a year, leaving the rest as "problem days". Chew on that!