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On 5/25/2020 at 6:37 AM, BritManToo said:

The past 12 years in SE Asia have been the best sex in my life.

With an assortment of the best looking women.

Life began at 52!

Ok I'll be 52 this year, how about a list as you have travelled around SE a bit

 

Best to worst---The Girls in each Country and why-- the best qualities?

 

Curious....I have a soft spot for the cute chinese gals I would see around CM...could just be the outfits

 

Were they all pay to play?

 

Ok maybe wasnt a "soft" spot 555

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25 minutes ago, fredwiggy said:

You love the one you fell in love with. Men deteriorate also, most getting fat, gray and sometimes bald. If you knew what women think of aging men, you might change your opinion. Most do not take care of themselves, now or if at all, and if you grow old with a woman, she's just as pretty then as she was before, IF her heart hasn't turned black with bitterness, maybe from the man. If you treat a woman right, and she started off as a nice one, you can't blame her for turning bitter if she lived with you all those years. Men here are luckier than in the US, because a lot of beautiful Thai women will go with an aging, bald, grey man as long as he has money. True, that happens everywhere, but more here than in America by far. Some are attracted to their husbands also, and thats always a plus, because buying things gets old for anyone, and if there's no physical attraction, the woman will be bored eventually.

Yes, but for how long? Will you still love her once her great looks are gone, she refuses to do the things sexually that turn you on, and focuses 80% of her time on children rather than you, when she becomes short-tempered and unpleasant to listen to?

 

Because this is what happens with women, inevitably. They lose their looks, and as they get older they no longer try to please their man in the ways she used to try. It becomes more about her, as women get older, same with men of course.

 

And yes, indeed love does not last, you can still have affection and appreciation for a woman after 20 years, but that unconditional and passionate love will be long gone by then, as you realise she is no longer as attractive, much less pleasant to be with and focused on children now anyway.

 

Buying things, btw, never gets old for women. Over 20 years I never saw this woman be unhappy when you buy her something.

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Just now, Logosone said:

Yes, but for how long? Will you still love her once her great looks are gone, she refuses to do the things sexually that turn you on, and focuses 80% of her time on children rather than you, when she becomes short-tempered and unpleasant to listen to?

 

Because this is what happens with women, inevitably. They lose their looks, and as they get older they no longer try to please their man in the ways she used to try. It becomes more about her, as women get older, same with men of course.

 

And yes, indeed love does not last, you can still have affection and appreciation for a woman after 20 years, but that unconditional and passionate love will be long gone by then, as you realise she is no longer as attractive, much less pleasant to be with and focused on children now anyway.

 

Buying things, btw, never gets old for women. Over 20 years I never saw this woman be unhappy when you buy her something.

Well, shes already short tempered, has her times when I just leave her alone, isn't really "motherly" but does what she has to, the sex has always been great and I'm sure will continue as long as I'm able, and if it goes less a bit, that's ok. Buying things is a quick fix, but if there's depression, it always gets old. I meant that comment that money isn't all that keeps a woman interested.

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27 minutes ago, ChakaKhan said:

Best to worst---The Girls in each Country and why-- the best qualities?

Thai girls were the best at convincing you they really cared about you.

Filipino girls were the prettiest, smallest (cheapest) and very easy to talk with.

Viet girls were the coldest and hardest.

Cambodian girls were the most desperate.

 

I did go to China but it was a rural area without any foreign tourists and it was impossible to communicate with anyone.

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57 minutes ago, fredwiggy said:

You love the one you fell in love with.

Men deteriorate also, most getting fat, gray and sometimes bald. If you knew what women think of aging men, you might change your opinion. Most do not take care of themselves, now or if at all, and if you grow old with a woman, she's just as pretty then as she was before, IF her heart hasn't turned black with bitterness, maybe from the man. If you treat a woman right, and she started off as a nice one, you can't blame her for turning bitter if she lived with you all those years. Men here are luckier than in the US, because a lot of beautiful Thai women will go with an aging, bald, grey man as long as he has money. True, that happens everywhere, but more here than in America by far. Some are attracted to their husbands also, and thats always a plus, because buying things gets old for anyone, and if there's no physical attraction, the woman will be bored eventually.

1) True, I only ever loved my Brit wife, and she was a really nasty bit of work.

2) Not true, I went through my 'fat Elvis' period at age 40, and now at 65 I'm all muscly, probably the hardest I've ever been, cycling 20Km every day works wonders. Hair is the same as when I was 18, just a bit faded at the sides, more wrinkles on my face. If I were a woman I'd prefer me at 65 than me at 35. 

 

I'm not convinced women ever really care about anyone except themselves, not their parents, not their lover, not their children. It's us men that seem to do all the caring (and paying).

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1998 when i went backpacking round the world for a year, did everything i wanted to do, everyday a Saturday

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1 hour ago, BritManToo said:

Thai girls were the best at convincing you they really cared about you.

Filipino girls were the prettiest, smallest (cheapest) and very easy to talk with.

Viet girls were the coldest and hardest.

Cambodian girls were the most desperate.

 

I did go to China but it was a rural area without any foreign tourists and it was impossible to communicate with anyone.

Thanks..   Makes sense, was most curious about the Chinese as they have my attention..hubba hubba

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1 hour ago, BritManToo said:

Thai girls were the best at convincing you they really cared about you.

Filipino girls were the prettiest, smallest (cheapest) and very easy to talk with.

Viet girls were the coldest and hardest.

Cambodian girls were the most desperate.

 

I did go to China but it was a rural area without any foreign tourists and it was impossible to communicate with anyone.

And if I just want no strings attached fun, who is the best?

 

I don't want to spend too much time or money getting them under the sheets.

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, BritManToo said:

1) True, I only ever loved my Brit wife, and she was a really nasty bit of work.

2) Not true, I went through my 'fat Elvis' period at age 40, and now at 65 I'm all muscly, probably the hardest I've ever been, cycling 20Km every day works wonders. Hair is the same as when I was 18, just a bit faded at the sides, more wrinkles on my face. If I were a woman I'd prefer me at 65 than me at 35. 

 

I'm not convinced women ever really care about anyone except themselves, not their parents, not their lover, not their children. It's us men that seem to do all the caring (and paying).

That's you, and I am also the exception,bodybuilding from age 17 until now. I looked like Rambo at 50,without the steroid use, and although there isn't a proper gym here that I can do my weights at, I still use what I have here and am still looking body wise like a 35 yr old fit man. But the joints hurt from too much weight training over those years.

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Indonesia 1999-2005. Met some great people both Indonesian and expats. many I am still in contact with to this day, even though we don't get to see each other that often. Great times.

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On 5/26/2020 at 10:19 AM, patongphil said:

For me it has to be Sabang Beach, Puerto Galera in 90/91. Lots of girls, lots of diving, BBQ fish on the beaches and dirt cheap beer. Great times indeed!!

I did some dive courses there at that time , seem to recall it was diving with Asiadivers or something 

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Just now, CorpusChristie said:

I did some dive courses there at that time , seem to recall it was diving with Asiadivers or something 

From Corpus Christi? I moved here from San Antonio. Fished there many times.

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Happiest times of my life?  Hard to pin down, because I've had so many. Probably the best was my youthful abandon, living in Zambia for 3 years aged 22-25.  My own company apartment, a sports car, pretty girlfriends, a wonderful job and great, positive income stream.  Let me not forget the fantastic weather all year round, and the scenic beauty of the Zambezi River, and the Victoria Falls, just 5 kilometres from where I stayed in Livingstone.  To add to my joy, frequent visits to Chobe Game Reserve in Botswana, a short drive away, herds of elephant like you've never seen, or a drive across the Falls to the "Rhodesian" (now Zimbabwe) town of Victoria Falls, the Hotel and the casino.  My life was idyllic, a Paradise, never to be forgotten.

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1 hour ago, CorpusChristie said:

I did some dive courses there at that time , seem to recall it was diving with Asiadivers or something 

You remember the Umbrella Bar?

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