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BANGKOK 19 July 2019 02:48
Lulu95

Question about thai gf, I want to know opinion from others.

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Im a  young European man, living in Thailand. I dont have work but have money to stay in Thailand 3-4 years. This is not the "classic story" about the girl from Isaan that I met in a bar who wants my money. Not like that, she's educated and has a high salary by thai standards.

 

She wants to leave Thailand and go to other country. Before I met her she had already started to plan to go to USA with her friend. She think she gonna make more money there. I want her to follow her dream but at the same time I want to know what is important for her: Make a lot of money or stay with me? Does she care about me or she care about new experience? Is it normal to be sad because of this or am I being a baby about this?

 

She has used a lot of money and time for this, her visa was denied the first time, second time she got it ("tourist visa" TEN <deleted> YEARS)....

 

I cannot go there with her because its expensive compared to SEA. I cannot help her with fiancee/marriage visa  to Europe because I dont have a job and even if I got one the salary wouldn't meet the embassy's requirements to take her here. All the money I have now came from illegal activities back home. 

 

My friend in europe has a girlfriend from Phillipines, been staying there with him for three years on student visas (which I'm most likely able to help her with). I feel sad because my gf spent so much energy, time and money on US visa but she never researched about Europe.  What should I do?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Yes unfortunately thats the most likely outcome if she decides to go. I told her a few days ago I cannot be with her because of this, she said she's not gonna go... Idk, not easy

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3 minutes ago, Swedenlars said:

Get a life and a job. Then we talk again.

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Because it was easy for you doesnt mean its easy for everybody else. Have a nice day <deleted>

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All the money I have now came from illegal activities back home.

 

Care to explain?

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"All the money I have now came from illegal activities back home."

 

Trolling is illegal in your country, and you make money from it??

 

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All the money I have now came from illegal activities back home. 

 

So you, a professed criminal, wonder what could go wrong if an educated Thai lady with visa to the US stays with you instead of following her dream? 

 

Add "selfish"...to criminal to describe yourself in the future.

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2 hours ago, Lulu95 said:

She has used a lot of money and time for this, her visa was denied the first time, second time she got it ("tourist visa" TEN <deleted> YEARS)....

That visa is worth the equivalent of a $100,000.00 lottery ticket. Would you tear up something like that for her ?

Take a trip down to the American Embassy one day and look at all of those desperate souls waiting to get ripped off by the U.S. government in non refundable application fees because they will neither now  nor ever qualify for a tourist visa to the United States. Unlike expats elsewhere (hint.. hint)  There is a Thai community in the U.S. that will do their best to help her try to realize her goals if she gets there. I'm sure she already knows this. What you are asking her to do comes across as a purely selfish venture that continues to guarantee your access to her resources as opposed to allowing her access to her own resourcefulness . 

 

Lulu95: said

                                     ["I want her to follow her dream"]

 

 

You say you have a dirty financial past history....why not at least allow her a chance for a clean future. If she comes back to Thailand unsuccessful at least she knows for sure that the opportunity was not wasted. 

 

The best analogy of what you are doing  is the story of the guy who found 

an owl who laid golden eggs. One day he got so hungry, he ate the owl.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Swedenlars said:

She wants to leave Thailand and go to other country.

This says it all. 

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Another newbie troll account !!!

These are now more frequent than the good Samaritan taxi driver stories 🙂

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