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Burritos or Chinese Women? What to Do, What to Do, What to Do...    

By John Abbot
1616 Views | 9 Comments | 7/24/2015 2:06:30 PM

This guy really needs to try dating some Chinese women! Really! Soon!

WOW!!! After you view the pictorial below, I'm pretty sure you'll agree with me, this guy really needs to meet and date some beautiful Chinese women! Not now, but right now!

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#2015-07-24 14:45:57 by Barry1 @Barry1


"I'm pretty sure you'll agree with me, this guy really needs to meet and date some beautiful Chinese women"

I don't know so much, John..... those burritos look awful nice.

Decisions, decisions..... it could go either way here.... (rofl)

#2015-07-25 06:40:41 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot

@Barry1 - easy to say for a guy who already has his Chinese woman. I still say this guy needs a wake up call.

#2015-07-25 09:13:26 by anonymous13661 @anonymous13661

Hmmm I agree with Barry this a very tough choice, on one hand you have a tasty meal that never fails to satisfy, never argues, never makes your life miserable but makes you happy or be with a steel rod encased in a rose... Hmmmm(rock)

#2015-07-25 10:53:37 by sandy339 @sandy339

Ok John
I really don't understand what it really means in their context.
But I don't think we deserve some kinds of guys not now, but forever and ever!:)

#2015-07-25 14:19:53 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot

@anonymous13661 - yes, burritos are a gastronomically extraordinary delight (if you've never had a few homemade wok fried Chinese dumplings), but they wear thin after the second day of eating them. The right woman, and especially the right Chinese woman, will give you something special to enhance your day, everyday, forever, if she is the one for you, and most importantly, if you are the one for her. I challenge a burrito to do that! (wait)

#2015-07-25 14:27:39 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot

@sandy339 - I definitely did not mean that Chinese women should want this guy, but that he definitely should want them. However, he really might be a pretty good catch.

I mean anybody who could be that passionate about a burrito is surely going to go crazy trying to show his Chinese lady how much he adores her. Put yourself in the burrito's shoes (figuratively speaking) and imagine how good it would feel to be loved and worshipped by a good looking young western man.

#2015-07-25 14:33:06 by Barry1 @Barry1


"I don't think we deserve some kinds of guys not now, but forever and ever!"

Please Sandy, don't be so hard on John.

I'm sure he's a very nice guy underneath that outer shell..... I'm sure many Chinese ladies would certainly deserve him..... (rofl)

#2015-07-25 22:38:26 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot

@Barry1 - was it something I said? (doh)

#2015-07-26 05:36:45 by danruble @danruble

John, Let me try to explain it to you now. By using "not now , but right now".. you confused the lady. Not now (not at this time) seems to her to be putting it off or delaying .. when in fact, you were emphasizing the need for immediacy of "now", by making it urgent with "right now!".. Now, I hope you now understand what I think I now understand, at least as of right now. Now, I hope we both understand Or now, should, now understand. Now, if you do, understand, understand it is now your responsibility to now have her understand, Understand? So, guess what? Right, now, you need to try to explain it right. Right? Right! Right now!

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