djfourmoney wrote: Jester wrote:
I agree however that you should be focusing on women over 30. Not everybody is going to be like Mark Davis and be 45-46 when he met his wife (she was 19 at the time).
Why do people always try to talk a man out of his dream?
I am not talking anybody out of anything. What I don't want is for men to fail, come cry boo-hoo on the internet and have me tell them (and others) I told you so... Mark is very outgoing, great sense of humor and a leader (something he has worked on for several years), he's also a successful salesman.
DJ, I get that mark comes cross well. So do some others of us. Why do you assume that the OP can't compete ? I didn't see anything wildly negative:
Harrydubois wrote:I am an american man, divorced, 190 cm tall, 90 kilo, athletic, white, blue eyes, full head of salt and pepper hair, 51 years old. I am learning Russian. I plan on moving the ukraine later this year and teaching in an English second language school. I don't yet know which city. I should have some extra money from my salary, however not a great deal.
I am interested to know: during my stay, which may be several years, what are my chances of dating pretty girls aged 18 to 25? Here in New York City, my chances are slim, however would my American nationality give me any "rockstar" status in Kiev, Odessa or Lugansk?
He's not broke, short, fat, Black, bald, ancient, out-of-shape, in a hurry, or unwilling to learn the language. I didn't see any egregious challenges. How do we know he's NOT personable, charming, etc.?
Love, for most people, is just about finding one person. If one college-age girl in in 50 will do him, and he contacts 500 of them, seems like he should end up with 10 to choose from, doesn't it?