I am seriously not expecting to be introduced as a girlfriend most especially if I’ve only been to a date with this man twice. So even if I get married to a Jewish, my children will not be Jewish until I decide to convert. After all, even if we think that Jewish moms are crazy (they believe that too, btw), they make the best food. I was prepared to go that length because the guy was like me in all ways: an artist. I might look like a hipster junkie to you but I have never taken any form of chemical drugs because I am a writer. I already have problems with smoking cigarettes and I don’t want to add more chaos. In fact, there are no places in the world that can be labeled best. She'd like to believe she's not traditionally traveling but she just chooses to be somewhere else all the time.
This seemed to be one of the best features of my life in Tel Aviv.I found it so easy to be here not because of the men but the people of Israel in general.I was willing to cross the line of the capabilities of the human body because I really liked him. Despite the mutual creative energy we shared, I couldn’t do that kind of lifestyle. And come on, we are in our 30’s and still growing backward? In no particular order, her favourite cities in the world are Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong and Tel Aviv.I will never find any growth to that even if a man label it as “just for fun.” I am too old for this substance shit. Follow her life adventures on Instagram: @psimonmyway Its been so long since i dated but i once met a guy who brought me to see parents, siblings, nephews, nieces, cousins on a first date. 😀 Very interesting article and I love your honesty in it!Needless to say that was the last i went out with him, but i met his mum few weeks ago (cant believe she remembers me) and she still insist that i call her Mama. I was just sitting here at a Mc Donald’s reading your post when I got to the part where you wrote “I will say no to marrying your son, but yes to food”. I wonder why is that the women is always considered wrong?
pertaining to your fb message part, If a man wants to pay or if a culture is that way inclined and they refuse why would someone ask what have you done for them?
Strange, It seems to be becoming popular as women are standing up to mens double standards of dating. So happy to be out of the dating scene, I hated it so much 🙂 I’ve been married for nearly 15 years, so dating has long been the furthest thing from my mind.
But I don’t think that I could deal with the nuances of dating someone from another country.
To be honest, all the long-time friends I have now are from failed Tinder dates.
I find it amazing how I was able to build platonic relationships through a dating app which is like a fairy Godmother to the miserable singles. I’m On My Way (@psimonmyway) on I’ve recently discussed on Facebook that girls (foreign or not) always get things for free in Israel.
I respect how we all, men and women alike, opt to see things differently and you’re welcome to do so! I have no problem opening up my home to a guest in need. But where in the article did you do anything nice in return? When did you return the favor of their hosting (and I’m not talking about some sort of sex obligation)? I am a grown woman and wouldn’t play the guessing game.