On that second date, before we went into a fancy bar, we took a quick walk around an adjacent mall. “It’s my birthday next week,” she said, again nodding at the perfume. Several times more, she kept trying to get me to buy this 0 bottle of perfume. We had only met one time before, and we had never had sex or anything else like that.
At the Nordstrom’s store, she stopped and started trying various perfumes. Finally, she realized I wasn’t going to buy her the damn thing, so she relented, and we went to the bar. In the car, while dropping her off back at her place, she got very sexual but didn’t get to sex (she refused to go to my place and refused to let me into her place).
All was well until she started viciously attacking other women on my Facebook page.
At one point, my sister-in-law (my brother’s wife who even had the same last name as me) posted a friendly post on my personal Facebook page, and this Russian woman lost her mind.
The time and effort necessary to overcome and/or deal with all of these negatives is not worth it, no matter how hot or smart they are, especially considering that the world is full of super hot non-Russian women.
On my way over, she sent me a string of long texts about exactly where I was supposed to park. Needless to say, I never texted her back after that.
I drove her to her friend’s house, and she got out, dropped something off, talked to her friend for a few minutes, and got back in my car. I start shaking my head, but she pleads with me and says that it’s very close.
After confirming that the location is indeed close, against my better judgment, I agree. ” and angrily throws her package on the floor of my car, folds her arms, and looks out the window.
When I say “Russian women,” I mean not only women from Russia, but women from any former Soviet Union (FSU) country, including Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia, etc.
Most of the problematic women I encountered were indeed from Russia, but many were from its satellite countries as well.