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You Are Pathetic......SOME Chinese women!

From: China 山东(shan dong) 济宁(ji ning ) @paulfox1 Time : 2019-08-12 22:13:58

Having recently been contacted by a rather lovely Chinese lady, we began chatting on WeChat.



I went to the QLV (Quaint Little Village) that I used to work in, and caught up with an old friend. We had dinner together.



She insisted on taking a pic of the both of us (across the table), and she posted it on her weChat 'moments'



I did the same.



Just to rouse comments, the content that went with the photo was, "Having dinner with the most beautiful girl in (city), followed by a ?



She asked why I had added a ?, and I told her that maybe she was the most beautiful girl in the province, or even the whole of China. She laughed.



Anyway, it worked......within a couple of minutes I had no less than 53 'hearts' as well as comments asking who she was, etc.



She's 26; she's married, and she has a baby. We are FRIENDS because we used to be colleagues.



Not as far as we were concerned, but this 'lady' saw it and oh my.........



I am a 'bastard'; I am 'scum'; I am a 'low-life'



The 'lady' is far closer to my own age than I am to that of my friend's age



The jealousy is beyond belief.



Message to ALL Chinese women.....We CAN have friends of the opposite sex without the desire to sleep with them...............GET A LIFE!


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From: Australia Victoria Thomastown @roughdiamond Time : 2019-08-14 19:20:59 #1


@paulfox1

i dont know why your so upset

you baited her to get a responce

you got it

say thankyou very much  and goodbye

Anonymous26561
@Anonymous26561 Time : 2019-08-15 01:24:46 #2

Ah Paul, do not underestimate the feline nature of women....especially asian women. Like a cat, they may appear to be disinterested , but deep down they aren't missing a beat. Their wish is to rule the world....or at least us.  lol. 

From: China 山东(shan dong) 济宁(ji ning ) @paulfox1 Time : 2019-08-16 13:01:26 #3


@roughdiamond

I'm not upset, it was a warning to others, mate

I didn't even bother saying 'Thank you'......I just said 'Well, Byah'

From: United States Nebraska Bellevue @Dayton Time : 2019-08-16 22:39:06 #4

No matter what country you are in; women are the same. American women are no different.

From: New Zealand Canterbury Christchurch @mokum Time : 2019-08-22 02:03:46 #5

Yes, I have similar experience.  My wife (Chinese, met her through this site) does not speak to me for days after I have talked to another woman.  If the woman concerned is attached, it is fine; if not....

From: Canada British Columbia Lavington @newbeginning Time : 2019-08-26 22:28:07 #6

@Mokum, are you saying your Chinese wife gets angry if you talk to any woman that is single? Is this in daily life? IE: business, at the corner store etc How would your wife know they are single? Does she apply the same rules to herself when talking to men or is she like most Chinese women and will do whatever they want whenever they want...no matter what.

I have found many Chinese females to be very hypocitical.

 

NB

From: China 山东(shan dong) 济宁(ji ning ) @paulfox1 Time : 2019-08-28 18:19:16 #7


@newbeginning

I didn't ask that question because I know the answer, lol

I wrote a blog many years ago, about a trip I had to Thailand with a Chinese lady. While I was taking a shower, she took my phone and deleted EVERY female contact. This not only included work colleagues, but also my own daughter. Needless to say that the relationship didn't last after we got back home.

Anonymous26578
@Anonymous26578 Time : 2019-09-24 05:19:16 #8

The ugly green monster of jealousy. It's to be expected as it's human nature.

From: China 山东(shan dong) 济宁(ji ning ) @paulfox1 Time : 2019-09-24 15:22:31 #9


@Anonymous26578

People who are jealous have a problem with themselves, not with other people.

From: New Zealand Canterbury Christchurch @mokum Time : 2019-11-04 01:51:37 #10


@newbeginning she is not going that far, yet.  But she does look rather annoyed if I exchange pleasantries with a check-out chick.  No, the jealousy toward other females (singles) is in the social context.  She will not invite single women to any of our get-together function.  And if a single woman invites us to a party she will decline the invitation on my behalf but most of the time goes to the party by herself.

 

From: China 山东(shan dong) 济宁(ji ning ) @paulfox1 Time : 2019-11-04 19:56:52 #11


@mokum

If you look back through my blogs you will see one about an episode I had with a lovely Chinese 'lady' who accompanied me to Thailand.

We got on really well. However, the 'last straw' came when she took my phone while I was in the shower, and deleted every female contact - including my own daughter.

I also met another lovely Chinese lady that I thought looked 'promising' as far as a potential relationship was concerned.

That said, we were having dinner one night and my BEST FRIEND called me. My best friend happens to be female. She's what I call a 'woman in a man's body', since you would neither want to f*ck her, nor fight her, lol.

Also I am not the right 'colour' as far as she is concerned.

In other words, any possible physical relationship would NEVER be considered by either of us (why ruin a good friendship, right?)

We've been 'besties' for 5 years, and this Chinese woman told me that if we got together, then I must cease all contact with my best friend. Guess the outcome, lol.

Jealousy IS 'insanity' IMHO. Anyone who puts up with it is a complete fool, as far as I am concerned.

Please don't take offence at that remark.

From: China 山东(shan dong) 济宁(ji ning ) @paulfox1 Time : 2019-11-04 20:08:54 #12


@mokum

Just as a follow-on to my last comment.....

I wrote 2 blogs entitled 'The Only Gay in the Village'

I have been living and working in this 'one-horse-town' for more than a year. I am the only foreigner here. Although somewhat 'tongue-in-cheek' I made a comment that if I even so much as had dinner with a local woman, she would likely be on TV the next day, lol.

This notion was recently borne-out when I was invited to have dinner with an ex-colleague. She's a Chinese English-teacher who has recently left our school in order to progress.

We're friends, so why shouldn't we have dinner together? (She's some 30 years younger than me)

Anyway, we ended up driving some 30km out into the countryside where we would not be 'spotted'.

She knows nothing of my blogs, yet it proved my point totally.

Now, let's go one level deeper......

Supposing I DID manage to find a Chinese woman here. HOW could she POSSIBLY ever become jealous when she knows full-well that no other Chinese woman would ever come within a mile of me for fear of being 'famous' the next day?

Am I 'rambling' here, or am I making sense?

The fundamental basics of ALL relationships is trust. No trust = no relationship. (IMO)

 

 

From: Australia South Australia Adelaide @melcyan Time : 2019-11-05 17:26:40 #13

It takes time and much work to build a great relationship. Trust is an outcome of that time and work. Trust is not the starting point. Trust is an outcome and it has to be built. Now, my partner trusts me more than any other person on Earth and I feel the same about her. However, our relationship certainly did not start that way.

From: China 山东(shan dong) 济宁(ji ning ) @paulfox1 Time : 2019-11-06 12:33:36 #14


@melcyan

Your point? Mokum was talking about his WIFE - not his gf or some floozy he's just met.

All relationships are based on trust, even the relationship you have with your pet dog. Trust has to be built, and it can take a long time in some cases.

That said, since Mokum was talking about his wife, and the fact that she doesn't seem to trust him 100%, one has to wonder why they bothered to marry.

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