I don't give a shit about my race or relative position on the holy "hierarchy of oppression. Just a couple centuries ago, the preference was for what we would now call fat people because it demonstrated you had wealth more conditioning. This was painful to read that someone who describes themself as "attractive" is writing uninformed ramblings. I mean, it's reasonable to expect people to read the article before commenting. I could take the time to point out your many grammar mistakes, spelling errors, and incorrect word use, but I don't think it would make a difference.
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But I want to say this sometimes because some girls also say 'I will never date a guy shorter than 6 ft. Am I supposed to take a comment about my appearance personally, when you don't even know what color my hair is??? But you are right -- "Dating an undesirable and being an alleged undesirable are two different things. I didn't really write this article with year-old virgins in mind. I like Thai Girls, I want to marry one one day.
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I fell sorry for your Thai wife. No Indian man from a respectable background would ever want to marry a Thai woman. Heck, there are more black female sex symbols in American pop culture than Asian ones. Mostly what I'm trying to say is, look. Im a whitey and white girls dont turn me on as much as latinas.. Not just in this one instance either; there are dozens and dozens of people asking the same question.
VinWizzy , Jul 27, I recall one particularly adorable girl who was perhaps 5'2" and kept finding opportunities to come and talk to me away from the rest of the hotel staff she was working at the hotel I was staying in. Well technically a Latina could be blonde too, but I understand what you're asking, and voted for Latina like everyone else. Ipersonally have many indian friends in UK and Dubai they are not poor at all and very rich and clean and very polite and well manner. At least, according to social science.