Black guys with bucks seem to have little difficulty scoring beautiful blondes: Ask Tiger Woods, O.J. or Seal, just to name a few.
Can you actually become a handsome guy or is it mostly genetics? - Page 8
that's what I am saying
if you are a rich latino (A-rod dating torrie wilson) or a rich black guy, it doesn't matter that much
but if you are a rich indian surgeon, you can save as many lives as you want and become a millionaire but you aren't dating a good looking blonde, even if you look like one of the bollywood guys
Wow, much to my surprise the posts on here were actually heavily helpful, thank you CesarC, you are my favorite user on here now. Thank you so much.
How surprising, the Indian guy is the one that is hard on me than anyone else. I don't doubt for a second he is one of those kids who grew up in London or Toronto and has little to no idea how it is like being a minority in general in the deep south. I always have a bad experience with other Indians online, most of the guys have no real life experience and probably got pandered to as kids.
As for my looks, I got voted into Beautifulpeople.com and have received winks from women in Brazil and Russia so I guess that is going somewhere.
As for the south, maybe Atlanta and college towns are different but in my area, most girls who are decent looking and White will hardly ever date a White guy, unless he is a White Latino (Messi for example).
Why am I insecure about being Indian?
1. Living down south as a minority (most women are White), me and my Black, Asian, and Brown Hispanic friends rarely have success dating interracial.
2. On the internet, I have read NOTHING but how bad Indian men have it dating in the US, UK, Canada, and even Western Europe (where women run at the sight of seeing one apparently)
So I posted this for some information and getting to know how bad it is in other areas of not only America but even the world.
lol not even Indian, if you want to know my race so bad
Honduran and Brazilian mix
but given that I have broken you into two and you have nothing to do all day but be on this forum, you can make up all the lies you want, an indian won't say indians struggle with women.
Lulz. Pretty sure we can see who's busted here...and it ain't me.
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I just took a look at the threads started by Fisher Shard (Banned) and ClarkKent. Shall we compare?
What do you do for your hair to make them look right?
How terrible does social life after college become? (worried 20 year old sheltered as a teenager)
Excerpt from first post:
- The university is a commuter school, no sense of campus life, not that easy to find people my age group, this is my 5th semester here BUT I AM TRANSFERRING next semester to a college with over 30,000 students, division 1a and ranked as a party school
- Have heard that college transfers have an EXTREMELY difficult time adjusting and getting much of a social life going since people usually make friends their first two years of college, last two years, nothing really goes on
College transfers and social life (transferring colleges late here)?
Can you actually become a handsome guy or is it mostly genetics?
Look alright with long hair but look ugly with short hair, what is going on?
Is life after really that terrible?
One of ClarkKent's posts about Athens, GA:
So I will be heading to UGA for the fall as a college transfer I would like to know what there is to do in Athens. I will be living a bit off campus and I am transferring for my final year of college (complicated story behind that, will get to it later). Might end up spending about 3 semesters at UGA (maybe even a 4th).
I posted this thread because I have read college transfers have a very hard time adjusting to life in college as opposed to freshman. Many end up being friends with freshman students and rarely get to hang out with people who are in the same college year they are in (me hanging out with seniors).
Yeah, has to be total coincidence both losers are living the same life...