Video chat to a filipina strangers
Of course not all of them are women, but a lot of them are and a lot of them are single.
The only reason why some girls are paranoid when they get a message from a stranger (you’ll later learn how to break this barrier) is because so many guys do it wrong…
As a monthly post, I will continue to invite various locals from all over the globe to talk about their home country!
Surely there will be times that certain countries will have multiple contributors, but every writer will only talk about 10 things each and I will even ensure that the 10 points in each article will not be the same.
However, I think (not sure) I have discovered a very sophisticated Facebook scam, and wanted to warn blog readers about it -- and also ask if anybody else has been hit by the same thing.
Early last week, I got a Facebook friend request from somebody I didn't know.
That’s why starting today, I am launching a series on this blog in which I will regularly feature 10 interesting facts for every country worldwide. These articles will be written by the locals themselves; so needless to say, it will absolutely be authentic and legit.
To start off this series, I will of course start with myself as I talk about the Philippines — my beloved home country!
Officially known as the Republic of the Philippines, we are an archipelago in Southeast Asia located east of Vietnam and north of Malaysia.
However, there was no "send a message" icon, and without that, I just decided to ignore the request -- though, all other things being equal, the idea of an attractive woman as a Facebook friend is not unattractive (!
) to me, as would be the case, I assume, with most guys.