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Re: Taiwanese lesbians and foreign (brown skinned) partners?

Postby Dr. McCoy » 23 Feb 2010, 11:35

Can I have some money?
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Re: Taiwanese lesbians and foreign (brown skinned) partners?

Postby FransInTaiwan » 23 Feb 2010, 12:02

sooo, yeaaa, how was the "settling in" experience for you guys?

hehe, "dunno which one to choose first"
ended up trying them all, not done yet and getting a huge pain in my back :roflmao:


Seriously; after over 4 years I still don't understand why foreigners here are so highly valued.
Somebody should really tell them that most of them are just a bunch of arrogant pricks (myself included off course).


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Re: Taiwanese lesbians and foreign (brown skinned) partners?

Postby jazumin.AVENGER » 23 Feb 2010, 13:25

Dr. McCoy wrote:Can I have some money?


if you work for it :popcorn:

FransInTaiwan wrote:Seriously; after over 4 years I still don't understand why foreigners here are so highly valued.
Somebody should really tell them that most of them are just a bunch of arrogant pricks (myself included off course).


ha ha lol. are they/you really? well, that's not good at all! I would figure being on an island where the people outnumber you a few million to one would make you a little somber. i can only imagine the clashes in personalities. I CAN'T WAIT!!!

oh man, is the drama really THAT bad? if you know what I mean.
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Re: Taiwanese lesbians and foreign (brown skinned) partners?

Postby olm » 24 Feb 2010, 13:53

jazumin.AVENGER wrote:oh yea, its off topic a little, but if any of you have been out to many different clubs/venues, are there any good places with rock/metal style music. I know its mostly hip-hop and all that jazz, but ehhhh, not my scene.


For Rock & Metal, I would generally suggest the following venues:

- "Roxy 99" @ 10min from Guting MRT (club with a pretty OK DJ, especially Wednesday Rock night can be fun... I also saw some western as well as Asian lesbians there - some lesbian couples even looked interested in guys, so Sandman might want to take a look hehe)

- "Velvet Underground" @ Ximending (Live club, sometimes pretty nice metal bands there)

- "The Wall" (haven't been there, but supposedly also good live bands with lots of rock & metal)

- "Maybe" @ 10min from Zhongxiao Dunhua (small bar, mediocre food, good alcohol... have a kind of self-made Karaoke screen for the lyrics of their classic rock music... but you can also ask the DJ for specials, they have some pretty good MP3s on stock... it can be lots of fun singing German RAMMSTEIN songs there hehe)

- "Roxy Roots" @ Neo19 building near 101, near City Hall MRT (raggae style lounge thingie, I was told pretty good live bands once in a while)

Generally, the events section at the right of this website might help: http://www.taipeimetal.com/

Also, just as an idea, the (eastern/yilan?) TWese Surfer scene is supposed to be very cool for just hanging out with, and as you describe yourself you might be fitting in just perfectly :)

Either way, enjoy your stay here! If any better directions then given above are needed, I'll compile some more detailed info for you as well as our fellow rock/metal fans, just let me know. Maybe even in a new topic, if there is no suitable topic available yet - I'll check.

Oh, and be sure to get MSN (everyone uses that here), get on facebook & myspace... and maybe even try http://friends.forumosa.com/ ... No idea if it helps you find a female partner, but for finding friends with similar interests it seems a good (and accepted - as opposed to Europe or US as far as I feel) thing to try there. To use it effectively it costs a bit of money, but might be worth it for you.
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Re: Taiwanese lesbians and foreign (brown skinned) partners?

Postby jazumin.AVENGER » 26 Feb 2010, 10:56

thank you so much. i checked out that site and I think I'm all set.

thank you everyone for your insight.
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Re: Taiwanese lesbians and foreign (brown skinned) partners?

Postby olm » 26 Feb 2010, 11:01

jazumin.AVENGER wrote:thank you so much. i checked out that site and I think I'm all set.


The site about Taiwan Metal or Forumosa friends? ;)
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Re: Taiwanese lesbians and foreign (brown skinned) partners?

Postby jazumin.AVENGER » 26 Feb 2010, 17:28

olm wrote:The site about Taiwan Metal or Forumosa friends?


oh sorry :doh:

actually both. for(u)mosa friends i gave up on because I don't like to pay for anything lols. and taipei metal just made me all warm inside. i didn't know the scene was as big as it is. you have no clue how that made me feel a little more at ease knowing there are weirdos like me there as well.

thank you soooo much for that. i owe you! :2cents: lol.
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