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  • #30676

    LandAmerica
    Member

    CAN YOU GIRLS PLEAS ANSWER MY QUESTIONS!!!CAN YOU ALSO ANSWER THIS..HOW IS IT LIKE TO BE GOING OUT WITH A BRAZILIAN MAN AND HOW IS IT BEING MARRIED TO ONE??BUT CAN YOU STILL ANSWER MY PREVIOUS QUESTION…

  • #30748

    phsp23
    Member

    Hi Sarah!!Well, I love brazilian guys! They’re very sexy and hot! What I like about them is that they’re not “cold”….The only problem about them is that they tend to be more jealous…but it’s not a big deal….Cheers!

  • #32587

    mercy224
    Member

    Hi ya,Well, i had a brazilian boyfriend for a few years. i spent three months in Brazil and met him on my third day. he walked into a room and my jaw actually dropped! – at first it was great because neither of us spoke each others’ language. i returned a few times and it was fine. we weren’t serious when we were apart but when we were together i expected him to be faithful. unfortunately this wasn’t possible for him so i finished our relationship. now, 4 years on, i am back in sao paulo we are friends but i would never consider giving it another go. especially as after 2 weeks of us splitting up, he got his other girlfriend pregnant. Clapbut what really annoyed me is that after visiting me in England (during the beginning of our relationship) he returned to Brazil telling our friends about all the women he had cheated on me with – complete nonsense too. when i asked him why – he said it was to make himself look good – no regard as to what it made me look like!Angryhowever, i did come to move here believing that i would never consider another Brazilian – but meeting new people has changed my mind! good luck.

  • #32590

    LolyBH
    Member

    [QUOTE=michellemm]The only problem about them is that they tend to be more jealous…but it’s not a big deal….[/QUOTE]The only problem about them is that they tend to be more jealous of you and of all the other girls they are seeing …but it’s not a big deal….

  • #32591

    mercy224
    Member

    yeah that is true.i remember going out without the boyfriend once cos he had gone off to BE A MAN! anyway hours later i was with my friends in the usual bar and a guy had been talking to me. i had told him that i had a boyfriend etc… well, my boyfriend turns up and goes mad! hypocrite. his problem was, he was being unfaithful so he assumed that i would be too.maybe a good sign is if they don‘t get jealous.

  • #32703

    Brazilian boys aren’t all that different. You’ll struggle more with cultural differences and “rules” than you will with the fact that he’s Brazilian. There’s more in common than most realize. Like, I wouldn’t say that my man is more romantic than American guys that I know or that I’ve dated — they just express it differently. But, every American guy expresses it differently, too. I wouldn’t say that he’s sexier, just different. I definitely wouldn’t say that he more jealous than other boyfriends I’ve had…. he expresses differently, and for different reasons. This doesn’t mean that every Brazilian man is romantic (they’re not) or that every Brazilian man is sexy (definitely not) or that every Brazilian man is jealous (no, no, and no). We have had to work with the language barrier and cultural differences and personal differences. We communicate in English, but his family only speaks Portuguese. We do things differently. It’s no big deal.

  • #32795

    CrydayTrach
    Member

    My experience has taught me that it is unfair to think any group of people are any particular “thing”. Seriously, and very simply put (do we want to discuss jealousy?): jealousy is a symptom of some form of insecurity I am currently dating a man from Brazil who is gentle, considerate, intelligent, comunicative and fun … sounds like any other fine gentleman, doesn’t it? Smile

  • #32798

    Souza
    Member

    There you go again, you sound like you want to share him.Is he good? Then he doesn’t need to be advertised, silly.

  • #32800

    Souza
    Member

    [QUOTE=Jasmine]My experience has taught me that it is unfair to think any group of people are any particular “thing”.[/QUOTE] Amen to that. The steretypes can hold true for some, but don’t always.

  • #32886

    LandAmerica
    Member

    Good grief <sigh, with a smile…> not even to demonstrate a point, eh?But I realize that the others spoke of past relationships. I had not discerned that detail before.Again, thank you, Nina.

  • #33094

    dalmata
    Member

    brasilian men, what can you say…( now this only goes for the ones I have met or experienced) they are charming, sexy, speak english with an adorable accent, very loving, strong, stubborn, love to always be right ( because they are the man) and can be very jealous at times because they know that no other brasilian man/woman cares that you are comitted or that he is too!!! finding a good man in Brasil is like a free for all!!Brasilieiras don’t care if you are with your man, they will come right up and try and talk to him and/or kiss him ( not caring that she doesn’t know if you two are boyfriend/girlfriend or husband wife and the same goes for Brasileiros and that is why brasil men/women are jealous( at least that is my opinion). Overall I wouldn’t want anyone else than the one I have! Once you find someone good stick with him!!! Everything in life happens for a reason!

  • #33780

    nina,shut the f**k up! you always put your two cents in!no carrys what a lonely ,ugly hating bitch cares about.you think you know everyting,you don’t know jack! Most Brasilan guys cheat! when they are with a woman ,they turn to look at other woman! no f**king respect! they must not be f**king good in bed either,cause you are always having to brag about you 8 yr younger boy freind! like you aren’t trying to show off.If they are soooooo good thenwhy have all these Brasilan women been f**king me in America and Brasil.I do have money but I don’t show it off and I don’t(Your sister)hookers! Nina go back to Mexico where you can roll some bean tacos!

  • #33786

    SaoPaulo2012
    Member

    Similar to the other thread, stop with the insults and language otherwise I’ll lock the thread and delete the accounts of those involved. The forum is intended to be a positive and constructive place for discussion.

  • #33814

    jen passos
    Member

    no,problem ! I will choice my words better but it seems that its okay for certain members(like nina)who are allowed to insult people at will! is that the way it is here? I have only been here a short time and some of the members are soooooooo bitter to others( ex:hitly2000,nina).Its hard for me to read their bs and not saying anything! I thought this was a sight about people who love Brasil and the world! NOT A SITE THAT JUST BASHES AMERICANS!

  • #33817

    In this thread Nina didn’t make any serious insults or swear. Either way deletion and banning applies to anyone who breaks the terms of the forum. I’ll emphasise again that the forum is a place for positive and constructive discussion about Brazil, and we don’t want it to descend into petty arguments. Please do that on other sites.

  • #33821

    Kartoshki
    Member

    rc206Somebody once asked me to explain Brazil in one word, well the word we are looking for is: DENIALThere is know big secret here, Brazillians do hate Americans, English, anyone who is effectivley non Brazillian but more the White Anglo Saxon Prodestants dont`t know why, I believe it to be extreme jealousy because they just can`t seem to get there country to work properly on their own, they need us or our money, even though they are so marvelous and they know everything there is to know and the gringoes are so easily out witted and swindled out of their money, they still cannot seem to get their backward country to work properly.There are alot of gringoes on this site who pretend or dream to live in Brazil, but don`t really spend too much time in Brazil at all or live very sheltered lives in Brazil, sunning yourself on the beach and generally assing about is not living in a country, working in a country understanding how the people think or dont think, which is more the case here. You soon find out that 90% of the country is uneducated and 10% runs the place and are corrupt. I`d give them about another 100 years of evolution time to sort themselves out or someone else will.Not difficult to see why there not getting anywhere fast.My advice to all WASP`s is to stay away, the girls are sexy, but beyond that lies a world of corruption, greed and hatred, hatred of the rich, poor or indifferent and when you look at this country being so into religion, thank god they are, they need toget as close to god as they canbecause bealzibobs bitting at their asses.

  • #33823

    jen passos
    Member

    I have traveled all over the world but other than Italy,Mexico,Canada,Japan,Panama.I was a visitor to everywhere else that I’ve been.You are right,until you live in a country, you really don’t know that country/people.I think world wide more and more people(its in to hate Americans)hate America.They want to come here(lol) but they hate America!Alot of the ex pats who leave talk how great the country they are in is and how messed up America/Americans are.If they get into trouble(guess what)they want good old America to help them out.I think are government(the war/Mr. Bush)haven’t hepled matters.I think congress is to blame for most of our problems,they just want to make money(keep the rich/richer).I think alot of people are jealous of the US,its like the Dallas Cowboy football team.You either love them or you hate them.When you are at the top,everyone is gunning for you! America is a great country,good and bad! I like Brasil and many other country’s but I never feel the freedom like I feel here. PS : I NOTICE ALOT OF THE PEOPLE WHO POST HERE ,DON’T SAY WHERE THEY ARE FROM! WHY IS THAT? I ALSO NOTICE SEVERAL MEMEBERS SIGN IN AN AS GUESTS AND MAKE COMMENTS TO SUPPORT THEIR OWN COMMENTS! LOL!

  • #33844

    Sian
    Member

    Well, I support EVERYTHING HITYL says…………And I support everything CABRON says…..heheheheheThere is a South Westerner pickin up speed in Baghdad Captn, i believe the rainy season is upon us here.

  • #33845

    Sian
    Member

    be safe in Baghdad to everyone and a safe return!

  • #33863

    Sian
    Member

    CABRON,,,well break out the pisspots and ponchos and hang on!,,,,,,,could be a wet one,,,,,,,,,,better than dust,,,,,,,,,,well depends on where you are,,,,,,,don’t forget to use a condom,,,,works better if you do,,,,,rock and roll,,,,,,,,,,,have a good day and stay spread,,,,,,,,later,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,captbillnbrazil

  • #35507

    jen passos
    Member

    Well reading alot about Brazil just hit home.Can somebody out there tell me if this is true.Coming to the US and marrying a georges girl.She went to Brazil with him to visit his parents.She told me that he is so different when he is with his family he ignores her.(she does not speak portoquese) I was told that the brazilien’s are useres but will think nothing of it.They always want people to do something for them.Well he went back to his mommy and Daddy because he told me: He was raised that his Family comes first and his wife will be second because you never now what she will do to you and mom and dad will be there for you no matter what.Also he could not understand how come american boys and girls move out on there own after the graduate from Highschool. Over in brazil the live with there parents until they marry??? is that true?

  • #35511

    PatrickGH
    Member

    Very true….many Brasilians have very close knit family structures with the offspring not leaving home until they marry! You must take into consideration that we (Americans) are raised based on a culture of individualism! Unlike other cultures, especially Latins, which are communal based. On a personal note, I’ve found most families in Brazil to spoil the shyt out of their children, creating apron hangers throughout their adult lives. Sounds like the guy has a wee bit of control issue underneath the surface as well. You must understand too that the society is a patrimonial one….DADDY calls the shots, whether thru force or strict laws Peace!

  • #35529

    sphiatt
    Member

    Yes, Ulla, what the man said to you is consistent with the reality of many people here.However, when a man is truly in love with a woman he will be willing to shut his family out of the story. However, as the relationship wears thin (perhaps) he’s always got Mommy to fill in for his needs. Gringo/Brazilian relationships are uneven in this respect. You may have no one else to count on, whilst your beau has got Mother, Father, brothers that eye you, sisters that are jealous of him, lady-cousins who still want to jump his bones, coy sisters-in-law, and so on. You, on the other hand, picture yourself walking hand-in-hand into the sunset, just the two of you, and founding a new lineage. Wake up, girl.

  • #35541

    lenine
    Member

    I was really surprised about the cousin thing here. My wife casually mention in conversation the other day about how her friend’s parents were cousins and I was stunned. I thought this sort of thing was outlawed internationally for genetic reasons.

  • #35543

    Greenback
    Member

    That’s a whole new meaning to kissin’ cousins

  • #7203

    Vin_Kis
    Member

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