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  1. #106
    How many times have you or any guy who parachutes in for 3 weeks gone Christmas shopping in madureira, and then celebrated Christmas with the whole family, including like 6 brothers out on the far reaches of zona oest? I am getting it bareback from a 18 year old tier 1 terma girl pernoite with own toilet advantage, like you are, and like other members of the board are, but there is a big componenet of being there. Not for weeks but for a month or more, or better months on end with no end in sight. Then it's like a game of adventure to see which love motels you can go to next, is the BDSM suite at Itaoka hotel available, is it realistic to consider whether the family wants you to get married and have kids, or is that just what the family and not the 18 year old wants? That's the good stuff. Yeah, fucking 18 year old pussy is arguably just a commodity, just a grade of leather that is fungible, put it on the boat or plane and get it up to Texas. But there is a point where they and she looks at you as a dude. That point is. I am not sure.

    Even if you pop in every few quarters and you can take the top tier terma girl to buzios its different when you are going to her apartment in zona norte, jogging down to the mall, power shopping, and meeting her real social world.

    It is not for everyone.

    You get regarded differently. It's not a week she plans for positively or negatively but just like a regular thing, and that for all its pluses and negatives is a cool thing.

    As for 4 x 4 sure, but I am not a big fan of these venues these days.

    Much as you and others slight Bubba Boy's Guide, I cite it for the enduring insights. You can update the prices etc by going onto GPArena, but the guide is still the bible IMHO.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anaggie  [View Original Post]
    My question is. Is there a difference between a monger who is in town for a few days at a time vs a monger who lives in said town? I don't think so. Both are paying for play and are usually visiting the same places to find it. Some might be more curious or more risk averse but in the end it is pretty much the same.

    At the end of the day, everyone is different and has different views on how to do things in their own way such as food choices, workout options and even mongering. Putting others down or discounting their ways is less becoming of the person. I respect your ways and choices because you are truly the boots on the ground and I also respect the opinions of others in this forum. Agreed, that some members haven't been to said city in weeks if not years and their connection to the group is by adding their two cents since they can't experience it currently. Nothing wrong with that either. Read their opinions for entertainment and move on..

  2. #105
    That's original.

    I've been in Rio for 100 weeks, fucking 5 different Brazilian women a week on average. You haven't been to Rio in at least a 100 weeks. We're going around in circles. Peace and hey, maybe Elisa Sanches will do a video call now, so hit her up!

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    If that isn't the pot calling the kettle black!

  3. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by Vagabundo1  [View Original Post]
    1. I don't really understand your question. Could you clarify?

    2. I don't have any problem with you, as you actually have been in Rio multiple times, and add valuable data, like how you got BBFS (by showing your tests).

    3. When you are in the flow, you get free sex at the margins. I took a girl to the nude beach and she recruited with me a couple for swing, and the sex with the other girl was free and great. I got days of free sex with Belladonna over the holidays not to mention all the fun of celebrating the holidays, all the quick fucks at my place or in a hotel in between.

    My main point is just the headline of the economist.com article -- Male Loneliness in America. And my main point is simply this: just fucking move to Brazil if you are in America. Get your attorney to sell the house or whatever, and do it. My minor point is that readers should take into account when a contributor has not been to Rio or Brazil for 100+ weeks, and is still posting every day. Yes, I am on this board daily, but I have lived here for 100 weeks, and I am trying to get real time intel. For someone sitting in America, it should raise some question in the reader's mind as to why that contributor is posting every day.
    My question is. Is there a difference between a monger who is in town for a few days at a time vs a monger who lives in said town? I don't think so. Both are paying for play and are usually visiting the same places to find it. Some might be more curious or more risk averse but in the end it is pretty much the same.

    At the end of the day, everyone is different and has different views on how to do things in their own way such as food choices, workout options and even mongering. Putting others down or discounting their ways is less becoming of the person. I respect your ways and choices because you are truly the boots on the ground and I also respect the opinions of others in this forum. Agreed, that some members haven't been to said city in weeks if not years and their connection to the group is by adding their two cents since they can't experience it currently. Nothing wrong with that either. Read their opinions for entertainment and move on.

    A perfect example would be the bubbaboy guide. It is old and now should be taken as an entertaining intro to rio but that is all. So much has changed since his time that it isn't really relevant to today.

    Personally, I have been visiting and mongering in Brazil since 2001 and so much has changed. I didn't even visit Rio till 2012 since I was told not to visit by my agents in the south. Only in the past few years has mongering really changed for me with the proliferation of escort sites, cheap and safe rides to get to places around rio and SP and Google translate.

    Anyway. I think that we can discuss this over a few beers at 4 x4 on Feb 2nd in the afternoon if you would be interested. I have a few hours to kill before I meet my SP girl from Scandello who I will be taking to buzios for the weekend.

    Till we meet again. Keep rocking and mongering.

  4. #103

    Well!

    Quote Originally Posted by Vagabundo1  [View Original Post]
    This board has become your personal achievement, your own online man park. Which, speaks for itself.
    If that isn't the pot calling the kettle black!

  5. #102
    1. I don't really understand your question. Could you clarify?

    2. I don't have any problem with you, as you actually have been in Rio multiple times, and add valuable data, like how you got BBFS (by showing your tests).

    3. When you are in the flow, you get free sex at the margins. I took a girl to the nude beach and she recruited with me a couple for swing, and the sex with the other girl was free and great. I got days of free sex with Belladonna over the holidays not to mention all the fun of celebrating the holidays, all the quick fucks at my place or in a hotel in between.

    My main point is just the headline of the economist.com article -- Male Loneliness in America. And my main point is simply this: just fucking move to Brazil if you are in America. Get your attorney to sell the house or whatever, and do it. My minor point is that readers should take into account when a contributor has not been to Rio or Brazil for 100+ weeks, and is still posting every day. Yes, I am on this board daily, but I have lived here for 100 weeks, and I am trying to get real time intel. For someone sitting in America, it should raise some question in the reader's mind as to why that contributor is posting every day.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anaggie  [View Original Post]
    Please explain what the difference is between an American with USD parachuting in for a few days of mongering vs a white American who earns in USD and lives in the "absolute opposite of Puritan Pussy Prison of America" (which BTW I agree with 1000%) and posts about his conquests of paying girls for CIP who live in poverty and need the money to survive either for themselves or their families.

    I don't see how it makes a difference. Both parties are paying for it. One might pay more than the other but it makes zero difference at the end of the day. Both are paying for play.

    Now, if said monger posts about his conquests of banging locals for free and that too a variety of locals (socioeconomically speaking) . Well that is truly a different story.

  6. #101
    Quote Originally Posted by Vagabundo1  [View Original Post]
    There was a viral sketch on SNL about "Man Park" and an article in the economist.com that describes Male Loneliness in America. It relates to a well known phenomenon, call it Brazil Withdrawal Syndrome. A ISGer comes to Brazil for 3 weeks, announces his pronouns as something like Sir, but the girls he pulls are only from termas, and those are unremarkable. Then he comes to Rio, and is in the absolute opposite of Puritan Pussy Prison in America, where the female faculty at an academic work environment body shame men in acts of some kind of redress. For 3 weeks he gets sex on command. Then he goes back to America, and he has one place he can recall that feeling of superiority that he felt in Rio -- namely the sex tourist message board, where the majority of participants are, like him, not even in Rio. It becomes a kind of online therapy group, like the group therapy for emasculated men in fight club because they are not really using their sex organs to fuck Brazilian women today or this week, or even 3 weeks ago. The obvious answer for this is that like Hemingway going to Cuba after being put in a minor Pussy Prison by his Catholic wife in Key West is that the ISGer should pull a Bubba Boy and figure out how to live in Rio for 7 to 10 years.
    Please explain what the difference is between an American with USD parachuting in for a few days of mongering vs a white American who earns in USD and lives in the "absolute opposite of Puritan Pussy Prison of America" (which BTW I agree with 1000%) and posts about his conquests of paying girls for CIP who live in poverty and need the money to survive either for themselves or their families.

    I don't see how it makes a difference. Both parties are paying for it. One might pay more than the other but it makes zero difference at the end of the day. Both are paying for play.

    Now, if said monger posts about his conquests of banging locals for free and that too a variety of locals (socioeconomically speaking) . Well that is truly a different story.

  7. #100
    I've been in Rio for 100 weeks, fucking 5 different Brazilian women a week on average. You haven't been to Rio in at least a 100 weeks.

    I respect your and Zebrastripes views and even good writing (for Senor ZS), and I've even enjoyed the same hoars, like Elisa sanches. But I think everyone should know that you're basically a blogger about a subject in which your actual boots on the ground knowledge is over 2 years old.

    This board has become your personal achievement, your own online man park. Which, speaks for itself.

    My suggestion is to man up by coming to rio and staying if you like it so much. If you are in IT, get an IT job. The economist notes that there are 40,000 new SW engineers being trained in South America every year, but the region needs 100 k. If you are in education, go onto your consulate and connect with cultural affairs and get a teaching job in Rio. As the Nike ad says, just do it.

    Oh, and as for the multiple usernames, I changed my user name from patmarbeleza to vagabundo in 2015 because a dancer (attached image) at 502 suggested it, and I took it as a compliment.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    Being in Rio (or any other place) is not a basis for posting on the site. Engaging in petty, egotistical banter on a daily basis (by way of multiple aliases) ought not be one either.
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  8. #99

    Posting

    Quote Originally Posted by Vagabundo1  [View Original Post]
    Right, and that is not a put down? You're not even in Rio, like The Cane, yet you post daily. It speaks for itself.
    Being in Rio (or any other place) is not a basis for posting on the site. Engaging in petty, egotistical banter on a daily basis (by way of multiple aliases) ought not be one either.

  9. #98

    Male Loneliness in America and Brazil Withdrawal Syndrome

    There was a viral sketch on SNL about "Man Park" and an article in the economist.com that describes Male Loneliness in America. It relates to a well known phenomenon, call it Brazil Withdrawal Syndrome. A ISGer comes to Brazil for 3 weeks, announces his pronouns as something like Sir, but the girls he pulls are only from termas, and those are unremarkable. Then he comes to Rio, and is in the absolute opposite of Puritan Pussy Prison in America, where the female faculty at an academic work environment body shame men in acts of some kind of redress. For 3 weeks he gets sex on command. Then he goes back to America, and he has one place he can recall that feeling of superiority that he felt in Rio -- namely the sex tourist message board, where the majority of participants are, like him, not even in Rio. It becomes a kind of online therapy group, like the group therapy for emasculated men in fight club because they are not really using their sex organs to fuck Brazilian women today or this week, or even 3 weeks ago. The obvious answer for this is that like Hemingway going to Cuba after being put in a minor Pussy Prison by his Catholic wife in Key West is that the ISGer should pull a Bubba Boy and figure out how to live in Rio for 7 to 10 years.

    https://youtu.be/tTd1hSFzC_E

    https://www.economist.com/united-sta...than-elsewhere

    Male loneliness.

    Why men are lonelier in America than elsewhere.

    Marrying later, working harder and being better parents have diminished male friendships.

    Are isolated men driving American women up the wall? A recent sketch on "Saturday Night Live", which refers to studies concluding that males in America are increasingly friendless, suggests that they are. A young woman, frustrated by her boyfriend's inability to open up to anyone else, takes him by the hand and leads him to a "man park" (like the dog version) where, after a shy start, he finds fellow males to make friends with. Some viewers disliked the likening of men to dogs, but the sketch, which went viral online, illustrates fresh concerns about an old worry: the loneliness of American men.

    As people in rich countries work longer hours, marry later and spend more time with their children, not friends, research suggests loneliness is increasing. A study by the University of Pennsylvania found a direct link between social-media usage and loneliness. More time spent online means less time building friendships.

    The problem may be particularly severe in America. A large international study by British academics found that people in individualistic countries (a measure on which America scores highest) reported greater loneliness. America also has one of the highest divorce rates; men may be more likely to lose mutual friends after a split. A strong work ethic and geographical mobility (meaning friendships are liable to be lost or weakened as people relocate) is likely to exacerbate the problem.

    A survey published in 2021 by the Survey Centre on American Life, part of the American Enterprise Institute, a think-tank, found that friendship groups have shrunk in the past three decades. The decline has been particularly marked among men. In 1990,55% of American men reported having at least six close friends; today only 27% do. The survey found that 15% of men have no close friendships at all, a fivefold increase since 1990.

    Those who study male loneliness believe that a particularly American version of masculinity is in part to blame. Since 1990 Robert Garfield, a psychotherapist and author of "Breaking the Male Code", has run "friendship labs", men's therapeutic groups, which have shown him that men crave emotional connection. But American boys, says Dr Garfield, who has also run such groups in Europe, are often taught that successful men exhibit particular traits—restraint, independence, competitiveness—at the expense of others.

    As women's and lgbt rights have advanced in recent decades, along with more emotional ways of connecting with others, "men are being asked to stretch themselves", Dr Garfield says. Over time, this is likely to have a positive effect on the way men relate to each other, but at the moment, "males are in a fighting phase".

    Marc Schapiro, a 24-year-old English teacher from Maryland, agrees. He says he was taught male friendship is "stoic and lacking outward affection". But now he sees a different portrayal of friendship on social media, particularly by women and lgbt people. He would love, he says, to be able to "show more affection and drop the constant snide comments and ribbing", but he finds the disconnect between what he grew up believing about friendship and how he sees other people relating to each other unsettling. The "quasi-socialising" he and his friends do online, via games and various message boards, meets no real need, he adds.

    All this comes at a heavy cost. Suicide is more common among young men than young women. Niobe Way, a psychologist at New York University who studies adolescent male friendship and is the author of "Deep Secrets: Boys' Friendships and the Crisis of Connection", says it is no coincidence this divergence begins to happen around the age that many boys move away from close friendships. In childhood, she says, boys tend to be as open as girls about their need for friends. As they get older, they "feel they have to get into a gender straitjacket" and define their masculinity primarily as not being feminine. By the age of 15, many boys start saying they don't need friends and worrying that close friendships will make them seem "girly". This "clash of culture and nature", Dr Way says, is much more marked among white boys than black ones.

    The effects are far-reaching. Research has linked loneliness to poor health. It can make men angry and violent. Male loneliness also affects women. Dr Garfield observes that two-thirds of divorces are initiated by women, many of whom complain their husbands are emotionally incompetent. "There's nothing new about that, but women are increasingly unlikely to put up with it," he says. ■.

  10. #97

    Or is it...

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    Yikes! VagaPatmarBelazaBundo1 strikes!
    A case of Jekyll and Hyde?

    Hmmm....well many here do tend to think the crazy girls are more fun. I personally tend to keep my distance from hot head latinas.

  11. #96
    Quote Originally Posted by AxelHeyst  [View Original Post]
    It's a long way to travel with a girl: Pattaya to Florianopolis. But the OP wanted out of Thailand and he wanted to bring a favorite Thai girl along for the ride. Ha Ha. I could almost conceive of it myself under these trying times, except that I would not have taken the girl halfway around the world. I would have taken her to a beach island in southern Thailand like Ko Lipe and rented a condo there for a month or two.

    But it is all good. Whatever makes you happy. Yada Yada Yada. I once flew one of my favorite girls up from Phuket to BKK. On the surface, that sounds crazy too, but I really dug the girl and I did not want to fly down to Phuket to se her so I flew her up and we had a memorable 4 days and 3 nights in BKK. Then in early 2020, I was all set (tickets and hotel reservations in hand) to fly BKK to Yangon, hang out there for a few days, and then fly back to BKK with my favorite Burmese gal. I originally thought of taking her to a Burmese beach, but she expressed a big desire to see BKK and I thought why not? It will be a lot of fun. Then Covid broke and I have still not been back to SE Asia since.
    I took her twin sister to Koh Lipe. Been there, done that.

  12. #95
    Quote Originally Posted by AxelHeyst  [View Original Post]
    It's a long way to travel with a girl: Pattaya to Florianopolis. But the OP wanted out of Thailand and he wanted to bring a favorite Thai girl along for the ride. Ha Ha. I could almost conceive of it myself under these trying times, except that I would not have taken the girl halfway around the world. I would have taken her to a beach island in southern Thailand like Ko Lipe and rented a condo there for a month or two.

    But it is all good. Whatever makes you happy. Yada Yada Yada. I once flew one of my favorite girls up from Phuket to BKK. On the surface, that sounds crazy too, but I really dug the girl and I did not want to fly down to Phuket to se her so I flew her up and we had a memorable 4 days and 3 nights in BKK. Then in early 2020, I was all set (tickets and hotel reservations in hand) to fly BKK to Yangon, hang out there for a few days, and then fly back to BKK with my favorite Burmese gal. I originally thought of taking her to a Burmese beach, but she expressed a big desire to see BKK and I thought why not? It will be a lot of fun. Then Covid broke and I have still not been back to SE Asia since.
    This is a lady I have taken to Dubai and Turkey.

    Her friends are acutely aware of the upside of going with me.

  13. #94
    Right, and that is not a put down? You're not even in Rio, like The Cane, yet you post daily. It speaks for itself.

    Quote Originally Posted by ZebraStripes81  [View Original Post]
    Sounds like Vaginabundle1. Um, sorry "PatmarBeleza" should follow his own advice about "ignoring" and maybe we wouldn't be getting these pathetic, obsessive and insecure posts directed at me. Like I said, yawn.

  14. #93

    Duplicity

    Quote Originally Posted by ZebraStripes81  [View Original Post]
    Sounds like Vaginabundle1. Um, sorry "PatmarBeleza" should follow his own advice about "ignoring" and maybe we wouldn't be getting these pathetic, obsessive and insecure posts directed at me. Like I said, yawn.
    Yikes! VagaPatmarBelazaBundo1 strikes!

  15. #92
    Quote Originally Posted by Sperto  [View Original Post]
    This was new tactics, bringing a thai lady to Brazil. A bit like like bringing feijoada to a Thai restaurant.
    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    Yes, it brings to mind the very appropriate idiom "You don't bring sand to the beach". The beach reference having extra significance to Brazil.
    It's a long way to travel with a girl: Pattaya to Florianopolis. But the OP wanted out of Thailand and he wanted to bring a favorite Thai girl along for the ride. Ha Ha. I could almost conceive of it myself under these trying times, except that I would not have taken the girl halfway around the world. I would have taken her to a beach island in southern Thailand like Ko Lipe and rented a condo there for a month or two.

    But it is all good. Whatever makes you happy. Yada Yada Yada. I once flew one of my favorite girls up from Phuket to BKK. On the surface, that sounds crazy too, but I really dug the girl and I did not want to fly down to Phuket to se her so I flew her up and we had a memorable 4 days and 3 nights in BKK. Then in early 2020, I was all set (tickets and hotel reservations in hand) to fly BKK to Yangon, hang out there for a few days, and then fly back to BKK with my favorite Burmese gal. I originally thought of taking her to a Burmese beach, but she expressed a big desire to see BKK and I thought why not? It will be a lot of fun. Then Covid broke and I have still not been back to SE Asia since.

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