Chinese proverbs about dating
" They probably have a worn pool table and karaoke where someone is singing Led Zepplin or (insert recent popular shitty pop song).
Sport highlights are playing on the outdated rear-projection jumbo screen TV and there is an abundance of guys in flannel and neckbeards.
She's clingy, but she's starting to realize that (out of the blue, she shot me a text while she was working and asked if I needed time alone) and is giving me space.
She wants to get married and have a family, but she isn't in any hurry to do so.
It's always important to ask yourself "Do I like her or just like the fact it took me no effort to land her thanks to the foreigner buff? After I spent time living in China I discovered just how lucky I was when I realized that the vast majority of women I met (and that my friends described to me) were more like what you are encountering.
Only tip I can suggest is to think hard about where/how you are meeting these women and then stop doing that.
Imagine going back to your home country which I'm assuming is in the West, such as America, Canada, or the UK.
You notice that the older ones look as if they've been teleported from the 80s or 90s, with Jordache jeans, tired perms and mall bangs.
If I could have proposed there (a week after meeting her), I might have.
She's insistent on paying for half of meals, and even sneaks away to do it sometimes.
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