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Offline andrew99

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Traveling to Ukraine
« on: October 27, 2019, 05:38:19 AM »
Hi traveling to Ukraine , kharkov in Nov. I am  seeing some girls setup by Mila. Looking forward to it and I have never been to this country before

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Re: Traveling to Ukraine
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2019, 06:18:31 AM »
Hi traveling to Ukraine , kharkov in Nov. I am  seeing some girls setup by Mila. Looking forward to it and I have never been to this country before

Enjoy!  Kharkiv is a great city.

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Re: Traveling to Ukraine
« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2019, 09:50:15 PM »
any tips  (cultural etc)are fine with the women, even where to meet other travelers there ..
Is anyone else going to be there etc


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Re: Traveling to Ukraine
« Reply #3 on: October 28, 2019, 12:52:02 PM »
any tips  (cultural etc)are fine with the women, even where to meet other travelers there ..
Is anyone else going to be there etc

Here are a few tips!

1. Do not waste time with any women who do not speak English! Your there for just a short time I presume, why waste it with translators and trying to communicate with a women who speaks no English it does not make sense..

The very minute your start down that road the walls will come tumbling down..

Remember this video the moment you start wasting time with women who speak no English..




2. Think of it a s a military mission its you and them (remembering nearly all will be after your hard earned cash) There maybe a few genuine women there but in general its a big NO NO all will be after your money.. it is as simple as that.. "no money no honey" as they say..and that city is full of serial daters..

3. Don't waste a minute with a single women who you think is wasting your time, just dump her.. it the bar.. in the club.. in the restaurant where ever.. if you do not feel it is right dump her that very second..who gives a shit you do not live there ..

4. If you get really peed off with your plans , tired of the women your meeting make a fresh start.. dump the lot of them.. forget the lot!

Go back to your hotel and sign up to Tinder.. spend 1/2 hours on there and you should find a whole pile of dates.. and the good thing is the women will be local on your doorstep and probably not into foreigners, but that is not a bad sign.. what have you got to loose..

When you return tell me I was not wrong.. :)

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Re: Traveling to Ukraine
« Reply #4 on: October 28, 2019, 02:10:12 PM »
The very minute your start down that road the walls will come tumbling down..

Remember this video the moment you start wasting time with women who speak no English..



As a big fan of The Style Council there is some background to this song that Steve might find amusing. There is a consensus that the song was a protest of M. Thatcher as PM. Though "The Walls Came Tumbling Down" is also an Old Testament Biblical reference. The version that Steve shared was filmed in than Communist Warsaw, Poland.
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Re: Traveling to Ukraine
« Reply #5 on: November 03, 2019, 07:40:34 PM »
any tips  (cultural etc)are fine with the women, even where to meet other travelers there ..
Is anyone else going to be there etc

Me and another guy are going to Ukraine around Christmas. Too bad you can't postpone your trip to hang out with us.

I met my second Ukrainian fiance in Kharkov. She came to the US on a fiance K1 visa a year ago. The story didn't have a happy ending, but she was legit. I think Kharkov is a good place for the sort of thing you're doing. I don't know who Mila is. I met this girl through a dating app. I didn't like the city much when I was a single dude there in the summer, but after I was together with this girl and was back there in the winter it was pretty awesome. The Christmas carnival/vibe was great. I rented a car while I was there and it worked great for me.

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Re: Traveling to Ukraine
« Reply #6 on: November 05, 2019, 03:27:56 PM »
Thanks for the replies I appreciate it. I need to get used to traveling again to FSU on my own to start with.

What are things in Kharkov to do you recommend during he day?