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Asian guy in love with Polish girl (any chance?)


dany_moussalli 13 | 259
11 Jun 2016 #121
We had a very nice conversation, she told me lots of her stuffs like her family, her experience from child and exs.

That doesn't mean anything. good "friends" speak about stuff like that.

And she told me she cannot love a person fast cuz she is different.

She's not that different, it takes time with most people to "fall in love".

You paid for everything and she's not even your girlfriend, not even a person that you date.

Usually, in Poland (and most of the world), if you are interested in a girl, you ask her out for a date, if she is interested in you, she'll accept, if she's not interested, she'll decline or give you some excuse. That's how you know if there's a potential for some "romance" to happen between you two. When you paid for everything, she probably accepted because she saw it as a free opportunity to travel and not because she likes you.

I don't know if you're still in touch with her, or if you still talk to her, but the best way to know for sure it simply to ask her out on a date.
Tom2000
11 Jun 2016 #122
Usually, in Poland (and most of the world), if you are interested in a girl, you ask her out for a date, if she is interested in you, she'll accept, if she's not interested, she'll decline or give you some excuse.

i asked her to be my girlfriend and she said it's fast and need to know me longer. And i asked if i am her type and did i bother her. She said no, i didn't bother her. So, i didnt get a yes/no answer.
dany_moussalli 13 | 259
11 Jun 2016 #123
I don't know how the dating culture is in Korea, but in most European countries:

You like a girl, you ask her on a date, she's interested, she goes out with you, if things go well, you ask her again, if she's also still interested she'll keep going out with you, things should escalate by the first couple of dates (kissing, making out .. etc), if things continue to go well, then you will start seeing each other more and more.. then you'll be practically in a relationship, then you can ask her or you can both discuss to be in a relationship.

What you did is pay for a girl to travel for free in hopes that she will like you, that doesn't usually work.

You asked her to be your girlfriend although (I assume) you didn't even kiss her, people don't usually do that. I hope you didn't tell her that you loved her also...

did i bother her.

That's not a good question to ask.. If you think low about yourself and that you're someone who bothers people, other people will start thinking the same about you, even if you weren't bothering them.

If you are still in the same city, ask her out on a date, and try to kiss her at the end (or during the date if you saw an opportunity) , if she rejects you, then you will be 99% sure that she's not interested. Forget about her, and move on.
Crow 146 | 9,106
11 Jun 2016 #124
chance?

well, that is EU. Realm of opportunity for sedimentation of your blood line, where ruling establishment don`t encourage real coexistence of diversities but, rather existence of one mixed population, ruled by powerful circles from the western Europe that care only for themselves and their selfish interests. So, Polish girl? Not, if her parents are asked. They are decent tolerant people but, traditional, despite EU. Still
dany_moussalli 13 | 259
12 Jun 2016 #125
hahaha, I don't think that's the type of answers he wanted to get.

So, Polish girl? Not, if her parents are asked

That's not completely true, it totally depends on the family. I know many cases of polish-foreigner couples (with the parents' consent), it's not that uncommon as you portray it. Nevertheless, I don't think that the nationality of Tom2000 is the main issue in "successfully seducing" the Polish girl that he likes.


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