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If it worked out, you would have made alien babies.” – My sister “Brent, she was too tall.
When she wore heels, someone might mistake you for her child at the mall.” -My dad “Honestly, I wasn’t sad when it didn’t work out. nerdy.” – My Mom As an English Professor in Korea told me, “Relationships come and go, it’s our relationships with our family and friends that determine our quality of life.” That is, of course, sound advice.
It’s the crap that sounds good, but doesn’t make you feel any better.
“Love will find you when you’re not looking for it.” “Just focus on improving yourself.” “It wasn’t meant to be.” “There are plenty of fish in the sea.” Is there some truth to these sayings? But, I’m thankful my family doesn’t spew out this crappy advice.
When expats do congregate on the weekends, job stress and isolation typically reinforces nasty, if not extreme, drinking habits.
People might crucify me for writing this, but I’m still shocked at the amount of attention Korean men shower on western women who are significantly overweight.
It puzzles me considering the demands they place upon their own women to be comparable to match sticks.
Misconception Mania – As Demonstrated By What I Write The second reason is misconceptions.
Expat women tend to assume that all expat men have yellow fever. While there are plenty of male expats who reserve themselves for Koreans, I have plenty of friends (myself included) who prefer women who are easier to communicate with.These advanced levels of inebriation typically nullify meaningful conversations and reduce expats to faster and more barbaric standards of qualifying the opposite sex.