A letter from Matt

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… a Western man with a date & interpreter in Odessa’s walking district…

Just rec’d this email from Matt and he agreed to let me post it. Thanks for the input Matt, I’ll answer your questions in the form of comment additions to his post.  I’d love to hear from any other readers – if you have some insight on this subject, please feel free to put in your two cents as you think are appropriate:

Gotta hand it to you man… I ran across your blog and I enjoyed it quite a bit. I too have done [am doing] that eHarmony crap. (did match.com too) You’re right on the money… delusional chicks with check lists the size of the Great Wall… and they’ve already let themselves go, and their clock is ticking so loud you’d think a metronome is duct taped to your ear. As a very successful [and decent looking – go to the gym 3 times a week] professional in my 30’s, it can be hard to meet new people so I gave the online dating thing a try. Boy did I learn that even the “good looking” ones on these sites are using old pictures, or “myspace angles” – complete bait and switch bullshit. You find out only after you’re at a restaurant dropping cash.

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I’ve also come to the conclusion the really good looking women, are serial daters… always on the lookout for something “better”. And since they are really good looking… well they have that luxury as there is never a shortage of men going after the hotties.

So I find myself entertaining “mail order” but I didn’t fall off the turnip truck yesterday and know there are tons of scams… I found a lot of what you had to say quite enlightening… and I really appreciate your posts… as I am seriously entertaining going abroad to find a woman… but still trying to put all the pieces together… so the more tips or lessons learned you post the better… for instance… if I wanted to get started on learning some of the language so that I wouldn’t need an interpreter … any learning material recommendations? etc…

Thanks again for your blog… it was a refreshing and educating read. Keep it up!

Matt – in the ol’ USofA

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Can't speak Russian? No problem!

6 thoughts on “A letter from Matt

  1. Matt, in regards to your question about dating/marrying a woman from overseas, there are a few things to do & to keep in mind:

    1. Start traveling. Once you go to E. Europe, S. America and Asia your eyes will open to how twisted Western women are.

    2. Don’t go through agencies or on “organized dating tours.” These are a waste of time and you’ll just lose your money. I’d recommend that you join Couch Surfing, make some friends online and then go to visit them. Let your “new” overseas friends know that you are marriage minded and ask them to introduce you.

    3. If you bring a woman to the West, you need to insure that she isn’t “poluted” by other feminazis in your own country. If she turns feminist when she arrives, what’s the use? Luckily, I spend enough time overseas where I don’t have to bring my girlfriend back to America.

    4. Stay tuned, I’ll be posting more on this in upcoming posts including a list of (what I think are) “honest” dating agencies in the former USSR countries.

  2. I forgot to mention that I went on many dates without the aid of an interpreter with Ukrainian Women who spoke NO English. I used my iPhone and Google translate. It was slow going as we had to type our questions and answers but it put us in close contact and was a bit romantic at times.

    Just last month I found that the new Google iPhone app is voice activated: it takes your voice & turns it into Russian text. I tried it and it works great. Theoretically, you could use this while communicating with a girl from a CSS country.

    In Odessa I purchased internet and phone for my iPhone for about $25 per month (unlimited). Of course, you’ll need a jailbroken or cracked iPhone to use the Ukraine net service – if yours isn’t broken, you might consider purchasing a used 3 or 3gs & have it cracked while you are there. I paid $25 to crack mine and I’ve never looked back!

    • Yes, the Google translate app works on the iPhone and the Android – it is a useful tool talking to someone who doesn’t speak English.

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