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  1. #4056
    Sorry sorry. My inbox is clear now.

  2. #4055
    Quote Originally Posted by JazzyDaddy  [View Original Post]
    Just to keep this language thing straight sir, I never said I was fluent in 2 months. I said I became fluent over the lockdown, I started studying in Jan 2020 and by middle of June 2020 I am fluent.n.
    Fluent in 4 and half months rather than two months. Well, don't let that detract from your accomplishment. Let's be clear, jazzy daddy, the issue here is not whether lies are in play (nor your knee jerk response channeling racism) but rather how 'fluency' is defined. Confident now you can talk to a taxi driver, a waiter, a doorman, make your intention understood in an obvious context, then go ahead and call yourself pigeonholed in this kind of fluent.

  3. #4054

    Well Mr. Golfinho

    Just to keep this language thing straight sir, I never said I was fluent in 2 months. I said I became fluent over the lockdown, I started studying in Jan 2020 and by middle of June 2020 I am fluent. I don't appreciate being called a liar sir. After 16 years of membership here at ISG, one thing I"ve noticed, there are quite a few older white guys who, for whatever reason, have never been pursued by women and find themselves having to pay for something they missed in their earlier years. It may be that is the category you find yourself pigeonholed in, I don't know. Yes I pay too, but I also have relationships in the countries I prefer to visit and speaking the language, for me, is key to developing rapport with beautiful young women.

  4. #4053
    I got a sense that there is a wide variance in French ability among different girls in Madagascar. I also suspect that the average French level there is lower than English level in Philippines where I spend a lot of time. Of course if you stick with more educated girls and stay in the capital, it's a lot easier to find fluent French speakers.

    There is a lot of synergy between Porto and Spanish and once you have those 2, French should be a lot easier too except for the pronunciation. As for Vietnamese, it's a very different ballgame if you don't have any tonal languages under your belt to a high level of fluency and even if you do, good luck.

    The ability to pick-up new languages varies tremendously between individuals. It is possible for some to pick-up a strong working command in a few months. I have an older friend who is totally fluent in Russian, Ukranian, English, Spanish, Japanese, and Tagalog while very strong in Thai and Bisayan. After 6 months in Phnom Penh, he is able to pass for fairly fluent in Khmer now too.

  5. #4052
    Quote Originally Posted by JazzyDaddy  [View Original Post]
    I studied an hour and a half per day with a software phone app I did start the phone app in January, but like I said became fluent over the lockdown.
    Becoming fluent like you said over the lockdown in two months that is whack, jazzy daddy. So do you find translations of Sartre entirely incomprehensible now that your fluency enables you to enjoy Being and Nothingness in the original French? Keep it real.

  6. #4051
    You were able to learn a language in 2-3 months, why not learn another one while you are waiting? Vietnamese comes to mind. Some gorgeous girls there and much easier to navigate the P4 P situation if you know the language. Of course getting in to either country may not be so easy.

    That's correct sir, I am fluent in Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese as well, which share the same grammatical structure as French. I studied an hour and a half per day with a software phone app and twice a week with a Columbian journalist living in Grenoble. We connected through skype and she spoke to me 98% in French. I did start the phone app in January, but like I said became fluent over the lockdown. Thank you for your inquisition sir.

  7. #4050
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    Then do your experiments --and we will have a good laugh.

    Gosh -- that's really funny. Enjoy.
    How do you propose I do these experiments? Madagascar is closed or haven't you heard yet? I'll stick with Uganda for now and that's fine. Lockdown here was strict but it's slowly being relaxed and dating will soon be possible again.

  8. #4049

    Fluent?

    If you were able to learn a language in 2-3 months, why not learn another one while you are waiting? Vietnamese comes to mind. Some gorgeous girls there and much easier to navigate the P4P situation if you know the language. Of course getting in to either country may not be so easy.

  9. #4048

    I love Mada!

    As soon as the country is back open, I'll be there. During the lockdown I have become fluent in LE franais.
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  10. #4047
    I agree, mada is the country of "just do it" and maybe "comment after", but watch around.

  11. #4046

    Best reply I've read in the last few pages!

    The dude is collecting info as though he's preparing for a grand Exploration. LOL.

    Here are other quotes:

    Stop.

    "Paralysis by analysis".

    And.

    "Just do it".

    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    You are collecting data for a PhD thesis? Ohh man -- you are so much in theory.

    Just enjoy what's on offer and if you don't like it, move on. Don't blame the girls to be ugly but blame yourself not to see their beauty.

    Here some Toliar beach girls.

  12. #4045
    Quote Originally Posted by TaiwanLaowai  [View Original Post]
    Not theory but hypotheses followed by direct experimentation. .....
    Then do your experiments --and we will have a good laugh.

    Gosh -- that's really funny. Enjoy.

  13. #4044
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    You are collecting data for a PhD thesis? Ohh man -- you are so much in theory.

    Just enjoy what's on offer and if you don't like it, move on. Don't blame the girls to be ugly but blame yourself not to see their beauty.

    Here some Toliar beach girls.
    Not theory but hypotheses followed by direct experimentation. These girls you posted look pretty interesting so I must be on to something. But I'll have to wait until after lockdown to find out for sure.

    Also, it's not just the girls but also how pleasant a place is to stay in. As for PhD thesis, well someone should do something like that on the various tribes all over Africa with a special emphasis on physical traits of people. Many local people in Africa seem to have strong opinions about typical traits of tribes in their respective areas. Here in Kampala, several people I've met have talked a lot about how special the Dinkas from South Sudan look and how they tend to behave. The do seem to stand out here.

  14. #4043
    Quote Originally Posted by TaiwanLaowai  [View Original Post]

    Again, I am curious, what do girls in Tolaria tend to look like? Is the one I met typical. Lighter skin, more of an arab mix look, hair slightly smoother?
    You are collecting data for a PhD thesis? Ohh man -- you are so much in theory.

    Just enjoy what's on offer and if you don't like it, move on. Don't blame the girls to be ugly but blame yourself not to see their beauty.

    Here some Toliar beach girls.
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  15. #4042
    Quote Originally Posted by Beno69  [View Original Post]
    Good taste! I like tall, slimm, nice face, clean skin...
    Malagasy girls are small most of them and I can't see any faces on these pics. As for clean skin in Madagascar hmmm I wouldn't bet on that.

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