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Lena

Active Member
Absolute typical signs of Bezness (success rate almost 100%) are:

  • The words "I love you / want to marry you" after just a few hours or days.
    Even when "love at first sight" exists, it is, in reality, very, very rare. And it is even more unlikely to happen for a man who meets every day new women, as it is the case for workers in the tourism industry.
    Nobody would like to hear it, but the chances to win the national lottery are significantly higher than the chance of a tourist to meet the love of her/his life in Tunisia in the hotel, on the beach or on the streets.

  • All requests for money and gifts
    A serious Tunisian man will never ask his girlfriend or wife for money (or to pay something for him).
    The Tunisian code of conduct (and the law) demands that a husband provides for his wife - no ifs and no buts!
    If he can not do that, then he is not considered an acceptable candidate for marriage, and even more, he is not even a serious or honorable candidate at all, because a serious man will do what is humanly possible to him, to prove his ability to provide for his (future) wife.
    In fact, no tunisian man would even dare to approach the parents of a woman for a marriage without the proposition for an appropriate marriage gift for his (future) wife - which almost always consists of genuine gold jewellry.
    People from western countries often shun this off and say "it is normal for us to (sometimes) pay for a spouse" - and this is absolutely correct, it is normal in western countries. But it is not normal in Tunisia. Because, in Tunisia, the proof of being able to provide is how the "good" are told from the "bad", and it would be very wise for a western woman to seriously consider that if she intends to marry a person from that very country!
 

MH007

Administrator
Staff member
Absolute typical signs of Bezness (success rate almost 100%) are:

  • The words "I love you / want to marry you" after just a few hours or days.
    Even when "love at first sight" exists, it is, in reality, very, very rare. And it is even more unlikely to happen for a man who meets every day new women, as it is the case for workers in the tourism industry.
    Nobody would like to hear it, but the chances to win the national lottery are significantly higher than the chance of a tourist to meet the love of her/his life in Tunisia in the hotel, on the beach or on the streets.

  • All requests for money and gifts
    A serious Tunisian man will never ask his girlfriend or wife for money (or to pay something for him).
    The Tunisian code of conduct (and the law) demands that a husband provides for his wife - no ifs and no buts!
    If he can not do that, then he is not considered an acceptable candidate for marriage, and even more, he is not even a serious or honorable candidate at all, because a serious man will do what is humanly possible to him, to prove his ability to provide for his (future) wife.
    In fact, no tunisian man would even dare to approach the parents of a woman for a marriage without the proposition for an appropriate marriage gift for his (future) wife - which almost always consists of genuine gold jewellry.
    People from western countries often shun this off and say "it is normal for us to (sometimes) pay for a spouse" - and this is absolutely correct, it is normal in western countries. But it is not normal in Tunisia. Because, in Tunisia, the proof of being able to provide is how the "good" are told from the "bad", and it would be very wise for a western woman to seriously consider that if she intends to marry a person from that very country!
Really good post Lass, thank you

MH x
 

Sabrina

Major Ratslayer
Absolute typical signs of Bezness (success rate almost 100%) are:

  • The words "I love you / want to marry you" after just a few hours or days.
    Even when "love at first sight" exists, it is, in reality, very, very rare. And it is even more unlikely to happen for a man who meets every day new women, as it is the case for workers in the tourism industry.
    Nobody would like to hear it, but the chances to win the national lottery are significantly higher than the chance of a tourist to meet the love of her/his life in Tunisia in the hotel, on the beach or on the streets.

  • All requests for money and gifts
    A serious Tunisian man will never ask his girlfriend or wife for money (or to pay something for him).
    The Tunisian code of conduct (and the law) demands that a husband provides for his wife - no ifs and no buts!
    If he can not do that, then he is not considered an acceptable candidate for marriage, and even more, he is not even a serious or honorable candidate at all, because a serious man will do what is humanly possible to him, to prove his ability to provide for his (future) wife.
    In fact, no tunisian man would even dare to approach the parents of a woman for a marriage without the proposition for an appropriate marriage gift for his (future) wife - which almost always consists of genuine gold jewellry.
    People from western countries often shun this off and say "it is normal for us to (sometimes) pay for a spouse" - and this is absolutely correct, it is normal in western countries. But it is not normal in Tunisia. Because, in Tunisia, the proof of being able to provide is how the "good" are told from the "bad", and it would be very wise for a western woman to seriously consider that if she intends to marry a person from that very country!
I wouldn’t think it’s appropriate anywhere to pay for a spouse or anything for a man in a relationship!! Unless a birthday gift something to that effect! And love has nothing to do with it! Love at first sight
Absolute typical signs of Bezness (success rate almost 100%) are:

  • The words "I love you / want to marry you" after just a few hours or days.
    Even when "love at first sight" exists, it is, in reality, very, very rare. And it is even more unlikely to happen for a man who meets every day new women, as it is the case for workers in the tourism industry.
    Nobody would like to hear it, but the chances to win the national lottery are significantly higher than the chance of a tourist to meet the love of her/his life in Tunisia in the hotel, on the beach or on the streets.

  • All requests for money and gifts
    A serious Tunisian man will never ask his girlfriend or wife for money (or to pay something for him).
    The Tunisian code of conduct (and the law) demands that a husband provides for his wife - no ifs and no buts!
    If he can not do that, then he is not considered an acceptable candidate for marriage, and even more, he is not even a serious or honorable candidate at all, because a serious man will do what is humanly possible to him, to prove his ability to provide for his (future) wife.
    In fact, no tunisian man would even dare to approach the parents of a woman for a marriage without the proposition for an appropriate marriage gift for his (future) wife - which almost always consists of genuine gold jewellry.
    People from western countries often shun this off and say "it is normal for us to (sometimes) pay for a spouse" - and this is absolutely correct, it is normal in western countries. But it is not normal in Tunisia. Because, in Tunisia, the proof of being able to provide is how the "good" are told from the "bad", and it would be very wise for a western woman to seriously consider that if she intends to marry a person from that very country!
really not normal or appropriate anywhere for females to pay for men! I don’t know why we thought so when we were with them.. and we we more less probably just trying to help out of the goodness of our hearts but no not normal
 

Sabrina

Major Ratslayer
I wouldn’t think it’s appropriate anywhere to pay for a spouse or anything for a man in a relationship!! Unless a birthday gift something to that effect! And love has nothing to do with it! Love at first sight

really not normal or appropriate anywhere for females to pay for men! I don’t know why we thought so when we were with them.. and we we more less probably just trying to help out of the goodness of our hearts but no not normal
Sorry went to make a face and thought I lost my remark don’t mean to duplicate
 

Amira

Major Ratslayer
Absolute typical signs of Bezness (success rate almost 100%) are:

  • The words "I love you / want to marry you" after just a few hours or days.
    Even when "love at first sight" exists, it is, in reality, very, very rare. And it is even more unlikely to happen for a man who meets every day new women, as it is the case for workers in the tourism industry.
    Nobody would like to hear it, but the chances to win the national lottery are significantly higher than the chance of a tourist to meet the love of her/his life in Tunisia in the hotel, on the beach or on the streets.

  • All requests for money and gifts
    A serious Tunisian man will never ask his girlfriend or wife for money (or to pay something for him).
    The Tunisian code of conduct (and the law) demands that a husband provides for his wife - no ifs and no buts!
    If he can not do that, then he is not considered an acceptable candidate for marriage, and even more, he is not even a serious or honorable candidate at all, because a serious man will do what is humanly possible to him, to prove his ability to provide for his (future) wife.
    In fact, no tunisian man would even dare to approach the parents of a woman for a marriage without the proposition for an appropriate marriage gift for his (future) wife - which almost always consists of genuine gold jewellry.
    People from western countries often shun this off and say "it is normal for us to (sometimes) pay for a spouse" - and this is absolutely correct, it is normal in western countries. But it is not normal in Tunisia. Because, in Tunisia, the proof of being able to provide is how the "good" are told from the "bad", and it would be very wise for a western woman to seriously consider that if she intends to marry a person from that very country!
It is not normal for one party to pay for everything in a marriage, neither in Western countries nor in Tunisia. Scams have started to become very common so it should ring a bell if a man asks for money / gifts after a short while. Scams have been in the media often so most people know how to say no. These men test women to see who they can get the most out of. It is probably only material things talked about from the beginning. and exploitation .It is not ok to go on a date right away or not to drink too much alcohol so that you lose your inhibitions. This does not apply to everyone.
 
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