Haha, @Liona, @StannisTheMannis is correct. Bloody hell, I didn't half see some stuff.....including some very interesting and graphic banana in action stuff!! I wasn't looking for it, but when I found it.....I couldn't stop looking
So... Holly camel... I was not so lucky as you )))).
Hahahaha, try again! Honestly, you will see some real eye opening stuff I guess it was easier for me because my rat had joined all the groups, I just clicked on them. Really, I was so shocked, I had to keep looking.....I couldn't stop laughingSo.. I was not so lucky as you )))).
I have an account in VK). I am member of groups about self-development, psychology, groups for the girls and etc. Now I have realized that I have missed a lot of ineteresting and USEFUL things there .Hahahaha, try again! Honestly, you will see some real eye opening stuff I guess it was easier for me because my rat had joined all the groups, I just clicked on them. Really, I was so shocked, I had to keep looking.....I couldn't stop laughing
Yes, I have indeed)). There are a lot of interesting and useful communities and content really. That's why I am not agree it's something like porno site and is allowed. And I know there are some obscene groups, extreme as you say. For sure it's not allowed, just not easy to take control under this. I have run against one of them, when discovered it in list of my ex. For sure, he has an account in VK as well.. But the group he was joined is very light, something like "beautiful girls in VK" ( a lot of sexy bodies) )). He'd better look something more educating, may be that would help him to deal with women .You have indeed! I like the groups you are in though, that's the sort of stuff that interests me. I have no issue with my man viewing porn (within reason....no animals, violence or kids!!), but some of that stuff was extreme! I have sixteen and eighteen year old sons, my relaxed attitude to what I consider a normal part of growing up has proven handy since we took control of their emails! Let's just say......there can be no doubt that they are both definitely straight
Good idea . . No. I am not member of Kunstkamera. Moreover, this site is banned from here now..Ha, perhaps you could start a new group along those lines....'How to treat your woman'. Every rat needs an invite....we will all be admin Are you a member of Kunstkamera?
Really? How bizarre It lets us fill in the registration here, but keeps refusing a certain part and we can't understand why. We are desperate to get ratboy on there....it's so frustratingAbout 3-4 years ago I have read there ( in Kunstkamera) the story about rat from Egypt. Terrible as well.. But when I was trying to open it these days ( I have seen link here), I have discovered the site is in forbidden list. Very strange..
I ...saw a cock as big as my balcony!
Yes, it's strange... It is pointed that "The website contains the information which is forbidden in the Russian Federation". May be there are some special photos, who knows. Some rats' faces look like porno often. Porno faces with dead cocks- it's really terrible picture.Really? How bizarre It lets us fill in the registration here, but keeps refusing a certain part and we can't understand why. We are desperate to get ratboy on there....it's so frustrating
Management isnt bothered as the rats get their girlfriends to return to the hotel multiple times a year . considering they never have just one girlfriend at a time it really is profitable for the hotel .
but isn't it illegal to stay in the same room without a marriage contract ?I believe there are many aspects in this game. Hotels close their eyes for that unmarried couples living together in a hotel room. Profit for the hotel is that rats brings many foreign women to the hotel. A rat can bring gladly 2,3 or if he is a good rat even more customers to the hotel both in high and especially low season. So if not the hotel openly pays for this, they close their eyes to traffic.
But remember that it's not just male rats. Tunisian young women have also understood that here are easy money to get . Dating sites are full of them. They operated differently. They can not invite a man there. They operated on the web. Tells about the difficult life. How trapped they are. Would love to come to Europe. Want marriage and relationships. Has incredibly many sad stories just like men, need money, sick mothers and rents that can not be paid.
Men from Europe are blinded by the beautiful woman who is in such an impossible situation and act in the belief that they are in a serius relationship. He is taught to protect and help a woman in distress. That way it goes many Western Union payments also to "weeping" girls who next moment laughs with her friends as they run around shopping or being able to have one good life at the expense of others
It is, in principle, correct that the laws of Tunisia apply to anyone in Tunisia. However, when Tunisians are not affected, the police tends to overlook an issue - I have not heard yet that a western tourist couple had to present their marriage certificate.Yes it is illegal for non married couples to share a room in a hotel ,thats why they make you pay for 2 rooms and ive heard of European couples having to do this also .
Yes it hit the papers in england ,that a married couple visiting Monastir had to produce marriage papers..It is, in principle, correct that the laws of Tunisia apply to anyone in Tunisia. However, when Tunisians are not affected, the police tends to overlook an issue - I have not heard yet that a western tourist couple had to present their marriage certificate.
I think this particular hotel was having a special visit ,ie ,maybe a member of goverment ,police ,.....because at the time a lot of Lybians were staying at hotels and bringing in prostitutes ,so police were clamping down and checked everyone ,,,That sounds strange to me - this applies only when one person of the couple is a tunisian national, in this case, they must indeed give proof of the marriage (some hotels won't ask though).
Yes, I have read about such incidences, but none in which the couple consisted of 2 western persons. Else, it would be eg. impossible to visit Tunisia for an unmarried couple, and this _had_ to be written down then in travel companies advices and government advice - but I did not find any of these anywhere.I think this particular hotel was having a special visit ,ie ,maybe a member of goverment ,police ,.....because at the time a lot of Lybians were staying at hotels and bringing in prostitutes ,so police were clamping down and checked everyone ,,,
Yes when i bought my house in Hammamet ,i had to get the local governor and regional land ministry approval >i was lucky as my uncle was a practising lawyer in Tunisia at that time ,so i didnt do anything except pay and decorate !! But yes i agree the lawyers in tunisia can be shady .Most of them say you must have a Tunisian buy for you ,but..Its not illegal for foreigners to buy a property as you say it takes longer ,,,I would reccomend you ask the bank of Tunisia to give you names of reputable tunisian lawyers .as you will also need a Tunisian bank account ..Even if you pay cash ,it will have to go through the bank first,,,While researching this further, I found this outright wrong statement in an article of the Express (UK), and it is relevant to our forum topic:
"If your previous holidays in Tunisia have been good enough to make you consider buying a holiday home, you need to be tactical as it’s illegal for foreign nationals to purchase property in Tunisia. It’s not impossible, however. “British nationals wishing to buy property in Tunisia have often been advised to do so through a Tunisian ‘friend,’” advises the FCO."
Correct is, that it is only not possible to buy _agriculture_ property (property that can be used for agriculture). Another possibility is, BTW, to rent a property for 99 years. Buying a property in Tunisia requires for foreign nationals a special dispense from the governor, though, but it is usually issued without problems, although it may take some months - this requirement is said to have been lifted for specific building projects (building companies had built too many houses and so they ran into problems of selling them, especially after the VAT has been applied recently to the price...).
Serious advice from me: When you buy something in Tunisia, involve ALWAYS a specialized (!) lawyer. Do NEVER give money to others so _they_ will buy a property that is not in your name (at least have a notarized loan contract about it!). If you do not regard this advice, you WILL LOOSE your money!