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Mail Order Brides Prices

Written by Ralph. Posted in Foreign Girls for Marriage

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Mail Order Brides – Could International Dating Work For You?

If you haven’t already given thought to international dating or “mail order brides†you really should. Why limit yourself to women within a 10, 25 or 50 mile radius of your home? Why limit yourself to just women in your own country? Expand your horizons and your options and open your mind to the possibility that the woman of your dreams might just live in another country.

The internet has opened up a whole new world of possibilities for discriminating men who simply aren’t ready to settle for the meager sampling of women that are available in their local area. The have gone beyond simple internet dating sites where the women are in high demand due to their small numbers and the number of men competing for their attention are many.

Instead, intelligent men are turning in droves to International Dating and finding that there is a whole new world out there of women who are eager to correspond with them. Beautiful women who are sincere in their desire to build a meaningful, loving relationship with honest, intelligent men.

These women are typically from countries where the ratio of men to women leaves them with fewer choices when it comes to finding a compatible mate than in your own country. Due to this fact you will find that these women may be more attentive and genuine than what you might be used to. There are typically fewer “games†played and honesty, love and loyalty is rewarded in like kind by these women.

The simple truth is that if you begin your search for a mate through International Dating channels you will find that the caliber of women that you will have to choose from will far exceed what you will find available to you if you stick to women even in your own country. For instance, the women of Russia and Ukraine are typically all college educated minded man and typically look for a stable man ten or more years older than themselves.

Of course, the only downside of International Dating is the distance between yourself and these women….both literally measured in miles, and the cultural distance. Both can easily be overcome given time and some knowledge. With the price of air travel dropping every month it is nothing to travel to some of these countries and spend time with the woman of your dreams. For less than the cost of a trip to any one of the popular tourist destinations it is possible to cement the bond between you and a woman that is everything that you have ever hoped for in a mate.

Knowledge is the only thing that will help you to overcome the cultural differences that often unintentionally destroy what in reality is a match made in heaven. Misunderstandings and unintentional faux pas can often lead a couple to believe that their potential mate isn’t what they first appeared to be. This is a sad truth that I have often seen played out time and time again. But with a little knowledge and understanding that these women come from a different culture where certain topics simply aren’t discussed or where the difference between certain words are night and day, it is easy to avoid these relationship killers.

Knowledge is power and knowing where to look for the woman of your dreams can make all the difference in the world, my friend. Open your mind to the possibilities of International Dating and see if you will ever settle for anything short of one of the most beautiful, intelligent, loving women that you could ever imagine.

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How much is a Russian mail order bride?

So I saw and add on the computer and it got me thinking “how much is a Russian mail order bride?” I tried looking but I just found dating sites for Russian women who love American men and are looking for marriage! But I couldn’t find any sites with price tags or anything. And I would like to say that I am a girl and I am not interested in purchasing one-It’s just a funny question I would like answered because I am honestly curious about the price.

You don’t buy them. They can agree to date with or not(depending on how rich he is or good looking).

Are you jealous? That guys hit on more obedient and sexy Russian girls than to over feministic american women?.. Just curious

Mail Order Brides Thailand

Written by Ralph. Posted in Foreign Girls for Marriage

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Developing nations also face illegal immigration
The issue of illegal immigration is not just a problem for the world’s wealthy countries.
Louis Theroux at a Bangkok Introduction Service – BBC

I’m getting myself a mail-order bride from Thailand but I’m worried about the cost of the postage?

Should I send a stamped addressed trunk? How much is it likely to cost me?

Get her to pay her own postage. She should be licking stamps hungrily at the idea of being your wife, Alan!

Hot Asian Brides

Written by Ralph. Posted in Foreign Girls for Marriage

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Online Dating: the Very First Letter to your Woman

Make your very first letter to your lady shine. This is your chance to make a new friend who could become an important part of your life. Remember that the very first impression about you will affect on your future communication and if this impression is capable of improvement this is not a good sign.

Follow our instructions and warning tips, based on many years of online dating experience and be sure that success will find you very soon.


• STEP 1: Be friendly and polite. It’s so important to show your respect to your lady by using friendly and polite words in your letter. Avoid nicknames and phrases like: “Hey baby” or “My hot girl” in your very first introductory letter, it’s better to make a pleasant compliment for her instead. Don’t worry if you really like using these words you can do it a bit later. Just wait till lady opened up for you.

• STEP 2: Keep your tone upbeat. Your letter should reflect your great mood and optimism. Never share your problems, difficulties and complaints in your first letter this will scare her away. Show her how happy and cheerful you are. Understand that negativity is a major turnoff in your introduction letter. In the contrary, being positive is like a magnet. Here’s how one person actually began his letter: “To be quite honest, I have been putting this off as long as possible. I have friends who use dating web sites and have had some terrible dates.” This begs to ask, “What are you doing here?” Now contrast that to this introductory letter: “I’ve heard online dating is a great way to meet awesome people and that’s why I want to meet you.” Which one of these letter intros is more attractive? The one who wants to date “losers” or the one that wants to date “winners”? Psychologically everyone wants to be a winner. Therefore in your first letter, avoid anything negative. Be positive.

• STEP 3: Share information about yourself that you think others will find interesting. Check her profile, find out about her hobbies and interests. Remember that it’s so great if she finds out that you two have so much in common.

• STEP 4: Tell the person who you are and what you are about. Avoid speaking about your disadvantages in the very first letter. In the contrary tell her how great and wonderful you are, but it’s important to know where to stop, otherwise your story will turn into boasting and this won’t have any positive results. Here are some phrases that will help you to describe you in a best way:

1 My best friend describes me as…

2 I’m happiest when I’m…

3 Here’s what you’d find if you looked around my place…

4 A great day in my life would include…

5 The last great book I read was…

6 The last great movie I saw in a cinema was…

7 My favorite season is…

8 The color I wear most is…

9 If you asked me what I’m wearing, I’d say…

10 My favorite on-screen love scene is…

11 The music that moves me most is…

12 Today in my car I was listening to…

13 Last Saturday night I…

14 The last vacation I went on was…

15 The most adventurous thing I’ve ever done was…

16 I’m happiest when I’m with someone who…

• STEP 5: Include information about your age, education and career. In accordance with statistics these three things are the most important to learn about for 80 % of ladies.

• STEP 6: Mention your favorite hobbies, pets, children or anything else that might unearth a shared interest with in your new friend.

• STEP 7: Avoid talking about controversial topics. Not in a first letter. Discussions and debates can be really interesting thing to share in letters, but only when you feel that lady became closer to you and opened up.

• STEP 8: Take care not to overwhelm the reader with too much information. Revealing a little bit at a time will pique the reader’s interest. Remember that there must be a little secret not only in a lady but in a man as well. You’ll reach great results if you make your lady wait for the next chapter of our story impatiently.

• STEP 9: Ask her questions so she can respond. If you speak only about yourself in your letter this won’t help you at all. Remember that it’s so important to have a dialog instead of monologue.

• STEP 10: Let your personality show by your choice of words and the descriptions you use.

Tips & Warnings

• Remember not to share too much too soon. Wait until someone knows you before you air your family problems and secrets.

• Use careful judgment when deciding how much information to share with a stranger. Always be cautious when it comes to revealing personal information.

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Wedding Themes – Creating a Unique Affair that Epitomizes the Bride and Groom
Billy Idol sang that “It’s a Nice Day for a White Wedding” and for more than a hundred years, brides have been walking down the aisle in a white wedding dress.

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Hot Czech Brides

Written by Ralph. Posted in Foreign Girls for Marriage

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Interesting Beer Facts

  • In Germany there is a beer ice cream in popsicle form. Its alcohol content is lower than that of classic beer.
  • The Code of Hammurabi of ancient Babylonia (c. 1750 B.C.) declared that a tradesman could be put to death for diluting beer.
  • In Medieval Europe, brewing and baking went together. Thus women were the first European brewers and were often called ale wives.
  • 1810: Munich establishes Oktoberfest as an official celebration.
  • King Frederick the Great once banned coffee to bolster sagging beer sales.
  • In Babylon over 4000 years ago, it was customary for the bride’s father to supply his new son-in-law with all the mead he could drink. As mead is a honey beer and their calendar was lunar based, this period was called the ‘honey month’ – or what we know today as the ‘honeymoon’. In fact, Babylonians believed if the groom drank mead for an entire month, it enhanced the chances of his wife bearing a male heir.
  • In Bavaria, beer is legally defined as a staple food.
  • After consuming buckets of aul (or ale), the Vikings would head fearlessly into battle, often without armour or even shirts. In fact, “berserk” means “bare shirt” in Norse, and eventually took on the meaning of their wild battles.
  • The first US lager was brewed in 1840 by John Wagner, who had a small brewery in the back of his house on St. John Street in Philadelphia. Wagner brought the first lager yeast to the United States from a brewery in Bavaria.
  • Historians report that during the Middle Ages, when monks were brewing their beer in their monasteries, each monk was allowed to drink 5 quarts of beer a day.
  • Legend has it that Gambrinus, god of beer, challenged the devil to produce a “wine without grapes.” The historical origin of the concoction we know today can be found in 12th-century Belgium, although the Egyptians had already created fermented-grain beverages well before then.
  • The pursuit of beer changed the course of humanity forever in 5000 BC. Neolithic people abandoned their wandering lives for farming, to grow grain for brewing beer.
  • In 1116 BC, Chinese imperial edict stated that heaven required people to drink beer.
  • The Egyptian pyramids were built on beer. Stonecutters, slaves and public officials were paid in a type of beer called ‘kash’ – which is where the word ‘cash’ originated.
  • In English pubs, unruly customers were told to mind their own pints and quarts and settle down – and so began the phrase “mind your P’s and Q’s”. (Another explanation is customers were being warned about the potency of the beer. At ‘freehouses’ where people could make and sell their own beer, there was less control on the alcohol content.)
  • The familiar Scandinavian toast sköl derives from scole, the drinking bowl shaped like the upper half of a human skull. Originally, these bowls were fashioned from the actual skulls of enemy killed in battle.
  • Before thermometers were invented, brewers would dip a thumb into the mix to find the right temperature for adding yeast. Too cold and the yeast wouldn’t grow; too hot and the yeast would die. This ancient practice is where we get the phrase ‘rule of thumb’.
  • Saint Arnold, a bishop born in 580, is considered the patron saint of beer. He encouraged people to drink beer instead of water during the Plague. Indeed, the Plague suddenly disappeared once his word spread (though some suggest because beer was boiled in the brewing process, it would have been safer than water, which had previously spread the infection.) When Saint Arnold died in 640, the citizens of his hometown carried his body from Remiremont to Metz for reburial in their church. On this journey, another miracle occurred – when the weary porters stopped to share their only mug of beer, they discovered the mug never ran dry.
  • The most expensive beer in the world? It’s called “Tutankhamen” and is prepared according to the recipe recovered by a group of University of Cambridge archaeologists in Queen Nefertiti’s Temple of the Sun in Egypt. It costs US $52 a bottle, and is produced in limited and numbered edition.
  • The pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock because they ran out of beer. Although they planned to continue down the east coast, the Mayflower’s log explains the passengers “were hasted ashore and made to drink water that the seamen might have the more beer”. On their arrival, the pilgrims immediately built a common house, which included a brewery.
  • In ancient times, monks who fasted or abstained from solid food subsisted on beer.
  • The music for “The Star Spangled Banner” was derived from a British drinking song called “Anacreon”.
  • Carlos V: This emperor was the first beer importer, and one of its most illustrious drinkers and aficionados. It’s said that even in his retirement in Yuste, he kept a Flemish brewer in his reduced entourage.
  • Assyrian tablets from 2000 BC stated that Noah was carrying beer aboard the ark.
  • The United States two-dollar bill features three brewers: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Samuel Adams. In fact, George Washington installed a brewhouse on his grounds at Mount Vernon.
  • Many years ago in England, pub frequenters had a whistle baked into the rim of their ceramic cups. When they needed a refill, they used the whistle to get some service. “Wet your whistle” is the phrase inspired by this practice.
  • Beer wasn’t sold in bottles until 1850. Beer lovers would visit their local tavern with a special bucket, have it filled and then begin the merry journey home.
  • Ale was brewed for centuries without hops. Before the 1400s, ale was flavoured with herbs such as rosemary and thyme. Yet the antiseptic quality of hops helped to preserve ale from spoiling and later became a vital part of its flavour.
  • In the Czech Republic, beer is cheaper than Coke. A half litre at the local pub costs just 30 cents (10.50 CZK) while a half litre of Coke costs 85 cents (30 CZK). Beer is a little more expensive than club soda (which costs 29 cents, or 10 CZK, for a half litre).
  • A labeorphilist is a collector of beer bottles.
  • Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty glass
  • A tegestologist is a collector of beer mats.
  • A flood of beer swept through the streets of St. Giles, England, on 17 October 1814. Caused by a rupture in a brewery tank containing 3500 barrels of beer, the tidal wave killed nine people and demolished two houses.
  • Universities in Europe and America from the 1300s through the 1700s had in-house breweries to provide beer to the students. Harvard had its own brew house in 1674 and five beer halls, each burned down by rioting divinity students.
  • The first six-pack of beer was produced by the Pabst Brewery in the 1940s. The brewery conducted numerous studies, which found six cans were the ideal weight for the average housewife to carry home from the store.
  • Ancient Egyptians brewed beer in just three days, due to the hot climate. Served as a still fermenting cereal mash, they would drink it through straws from a communal bowl.
  • In eleventh-century England, a bride would distribute ale to her wedding guests in exchange for donations to the newlyweds. This brew, known as Bride Ale, is the origin of the word ‘bridal’.
  • One method of checking a beer’s quality is the way in which the foam adheres to the side of the glass after each sip. Beer connoisseurs call this “Brussels lace.”
  • By 3000 BC, the Egyptians were brewing at least six different types of beer.
  • 1888: Citizens of Munich took to the streets and rioted after a beer price increase was announced.
  • In 1740, Admiral Vernon of the British fleet decided to water down the navy’s rum. The unhappy sailors nicknamed the Admiral ‘Old Grog’, after his wool grogram coats. The term ‘grog’ soon began to mean the watered down drink itself.
  • Czechs drink the most beer in the world per capita – an average of 160 litres a year per person.
  • In olde England, town inns paid a government tax known as a ‘scot’ for serving beer. Beer lovers who left town to drink at rural pubs were said to be drinking ‘scot free’.
  • Root Beer was origionally called Root Tea, however the name was changed to Root Beer to get more people to take interest in it.
  • Beer recipes have been found on Babylonian clay tablets from over 6000 years ago.
  • Guinness sells an average of 7 million glasses a day.
  • The British Army supplied its men with a cash allowance for beer, considered a vital nutritional staple on long overseas missions. With this allowance of one penny, soldiers enjoyed six pints of ale every day.
  • 1587: The first beer is brewed in the New World at Sir Walter Raleigh’s colony in Virginia, but the colonists send requests to England for better beer
  • A beer a day… Beer was used to treat over 100 illnesses in Egypt, 1600 BC.
  • In the 13th century, King Wenceslas convinced the Pope to revoke an order banning the brewing of beer in Czech territories (no wonder he was known as ‘Good King Wenceslas).
  • In Egypt, two containers of beer were the minimum wage for a day’s labour.
  • American beer is predominately made from rice. That is why it tastes so light compared to foriegn beers. This is purely an American invention to increase profits as they hoped a lighter beer would also draw women to purchase.
  • Beer was often served for breakfast in medieval England.
  • It was customary in the 13th century to baptize children with beer.

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