Yes, the same lack of sensitivity for victims and disdain for women in general. Scary that even « educated» men can think that way. Thing is even as « intelligent » as he is, he didn’t fool anyone here. Can’t stand this kind of smart ass who think he’s better than everyone else. I’m sorry for anyone who comes in contact with him. He sounds like a piece of work.Anyone notice that his posts about the women on this site are the same rants as any rat that comes here uses? the belittling, the talking down, the 'i'm better than everyone' attitude and blah blah blah.....he ain't no different. Just saying
I have deleted the duplicate picture - what thread was the yoga and vodka post?
Yoga vodka on death threat thread ,,thank you ,,Bet your roses in your garden are lovely with all that chicken manure xxxxxI have deleted the duplicate picture - what thread was the yoga and vodka post?
What do you mean I have to tidy up behind you - I'm a chicken, have you seen how much Shite I can produce in one day
sheer arrogance dosent make you intelligentA woman who, in her 30s or 40s a) gets divorced or has not yet been married b) goes on holiday to Tunisia (this speaks about her finances and poor choice, why not go to Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Brazil, Argentina, Asia or the Carribean?) c) catches feeling for a giggolo and d) marries a man half her age and with a quarter of her intelligence is not the same as:
a) a late teens/early twenties guy who b) makes above-average money through crypto and flipping stuff on Gumtree/eBay c) travels and socialises with people of his own age d) falls in love under normal circumstances with a girl who seems normal who e) turns out, is only in it for the visa
I'm not an old fart who can't get some back home going to the Phillipines for barely legal girls. I'm a young guy "socialising" with young girls (though there was one woman in her 30s, hehe) all over the world who had his naivety shattered by Tunisia (this has made me more open to the world) and out of hurt decided to "get back".
I am not 30-40 and divorced/not married. I did not leave home because I couldn't get some and come to Tunisia just so that I could. I am where I need to be (and beyond) at this age/stage in my life. I tried marriage a bit too early, it didn't work out. No worries.
I was tricked, and for this I am angry at the rat and give my full support to anyone here who has been hurt by a rat - but these entire situations can be avoided. I assume responsibility for my screw up. If you stay in the UK and look for love in the pub, you're much less likely to get burnt by a Tunisian rat.
Because even in Tunisia, there is freedom of speech. I have not thrown insults at any member, why would I not be allowed on here?
"My tender years" - gee, you must have quite a lot of years under your belt. My 74 year old nan doesn't consider my years tender...
I guess you lot really aren't as experienced as you think you are if an "off" 21 year old writes better than you and is investing in companies (I don't recall writing about "investing" in companies - I've registered companies for tax relief and you could get property in Spain at the end of 2016 for as little as 35k€, 40 inc taxes - 10-30% downpayment and an agency to find you tenants that pay off your mortgage taken out in a relatives name - not rocket science, but I digress...)
She agrees that not only women, but the majority of men in this country are Shite. I can see why what I used to do can be seen as bad, and she does not condone those specific actions. As I am her man, she doesn't want me talking to women, in general. Thus, my preferences/strategies are irrelevant/moot as I am satisfied with the woman that I have now.
We live in a messed up world if it takes you being in your late 30s at the very earliest to realise that it is possible to live in a place where you can work online (or the simple fact that you don't need a 9 to 5 to survive) and not pay any taxes. Your world view is concocted if only a 50 year old can like beautiful, exotic women, have ambition/grandiose plans for his life or be willing to move abroad to improve the quality of his life.
Maybe you went to a crappy school too... "wording and levels of experience" - the world is your oyster, you have a red passport, do you not? Any undeveloped country will give you advantages not afforded to locals - experience is easy to aquire, you just need the motivation. "Wording"? I went to a state school, didn't even finish all of my GCSEs - I didn't need them. My hustle was already booming... my level of writing is hardly something out of the ordinary.