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Re: Taiwanese girls and their notions of 'health.'

Postby finley » 01 May 2012, 11:27

Bubba 2 Guns wrote:I am exclusively dating Taiwanese surfer-women from the countryside. They eat well, like exercise, need muscles to paddle, aren't afraid of the sun and don't fucking complain at the beach about the weather, sand, dirt etc.


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Re: Taiwanese girls and their notions of 'health.'

Postby Bubba 2 Guns » 01 May 2012, 11:43

finley wrote:
Bubba 2 Guns wrote:I am exclusively dating Taiwanese surfer-women from the countryside. They eat well, like exercise, need muscles to paddle, aren't afraid of the sun and don't fucking complain at the beach about the weather, sand, dirt etc.


:eek:

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My secret. You city boys have droves of the white-skinned princesses to choose from. Stay away! :)
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Re: Taiwanese girls and their notions of 'health.'

Postby GuyInTaiwan » 01 May 2012, 12:35

finley: They exist. Go to any of the beaches on the east coast, or anywhere on the east coast for that matter. Of course, what Bubba is leaving out is that they'll be able to beat you in an arm wrestle (I've seen some of my female students beat some of my male students in an arm wrestle), they'll have a 200NTD/day binlang habit, they won't have any teeth, and by the age of 35, they'll look about 60. Seriously, I could probably count on both hands the number of girls at my school who will grow up to be good looking, and when I've seen their mothers or aunts, I've generally reeled in horror. I don't dig the pasty white chicken leg Taipei chicks, but the phrase "hot Taidong woman" is close enough to an oxymoron. If you were fielding a rugby team, this would be the place to go. A beauty pageant, not really.
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Re: Taiwanese girls and their notions of 'health.'

Postby Indiana » 01 May 2012, 15:21

Bubba 2 Guns wrote:I am exclusively dating Taiwanese surfer-women from the countryside. They eat well, like exercise, need muscles to paddle, aren't afraid of the sun and don't fucking complain at the beach about the weather, sand, dirt etc. I'm through with dating the underfed, whiny, chicken-legged, ghost-white LV bag toting whiny-ass spoiled city gals.


Smart move! Those girls are healthier, better looking and aren't nearly as annoying. :thumbsup:
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Re: Taiwanese girls and their notions of 'health.'

Postby Belgian Pie » 01 May 2012, 16:17

And most of them thin girls are actually too fat ... :ohreally: they have a very bad BMI ...
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Re: Taiwanese girls and their notions of 'health.'

Postby Whole Lotta Lotta » 01 May 2012, 20:28

I had an encounter with an Asian style squatter toilet today. I hate the damn things. I have heard some say that these toilets are better for your health for some reason. Can anybody tell me why some think that these toilets are better for your health than the Western counterparts? As far as I am concerned they were designed by a contortionist.
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Re: Taiwanese girls and their notions of 'health.'

Postby Indiana » 01 May 2012, 20:43

Whole Lotta Lotta wrote:I had an encounter with an Asian style squatter toilet today. I hate the damn things. I have heard some say that these toilets are better for your health for some reason. Can anybody tell me why some think that these toilets are better for your health than the Western counterparts? As far as I am concerned they were designed by a contortionist.


Better for your health? :lol:

They DO build up your thigh muscles from squatting, I guess...but if you tell TW women that, they will stop using them in favor of Western ones which will then become 'good for the woman' or some such nonsense. :lol:
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Re: Taiwanese girls and their notions of 'health.'

Postby ceevee369 » 01 May 2012, 20:49

Indiana wrote:
Whole Lotta Lotta wrote:I had an encounter with an Asian style squatter toilet today. I hate the damn things. I have heard some say that these toilets are better for your health for some reason. Can anybody tell me why some think that these toilets are better for your health than the Western counterparts? As far as I am concerned they were designed by a contortionist.


Better for your health? :lol:

They DO build up your thigh muscles from squatting, I guess...but if you tell TW women that, they will stop using them in favor of Western ones which will then become 'good for the woman' or some such nonsense. :lol:


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Re: Taiwanese girls and their notions of 'health.'

Postby Indiana » 01 May 2012, 20:54

ceevee369 wrote:
Guys - think further.
No seat = no germs or microbes whom attach themselves to your cro*** or other private parts. Healthier no - but safer for health - yes.


True, if you actually sit on public toilet seats. Ewwwww..... :lick:
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Re: Taiwanese girls and their notions of 'health.'

Postby Mucha Man » 01 May 2012, 21:02

Indiana wrote:
ceevee369 wrote:
Guys - think further.
No seat = no germs or microbes whom attach themselves to your cro*** or other private parts. Healthier no - but safer for health - yes.


True, if you actually sit on public toilet seats. Ewwwww..... :lick:



Exactly. I'd have to hold it in for 3 months here in China if they didn't have squat loos.

It seems pretty clear though that squats are easier for your bowels, etc. Not to be to graphic but when squatting you are done in a minute and with minimum strain.
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