Fucking dating with women in vietnam


08-Aug-2017 11:52

Trump opened up about his "personal Vietnam" during an interview with Howard Stern back in 1997, which resurfaced on Buzzfeed yesterday: STERN: Now getting back to dating, and when you got to say to a woman, you gotta go to my personal doctor and I'm gonna have you checked out, is that a tough thing to say to a woman? "People are afraid to talk, afraid to express their own thoughts.And if you don’t go because of this article, I’ll find you and drag you there myself!You can plan your trip using my Vietnam guide to find out what to see and do, save money, and avoid getting ripped off.Wherever I went, it seemed my experience was the norm, not the exception.I’ve encountered many travelers who thought the people in Vietnam were really nice and enjoyed their travels there.I’ve often wondered why there’s such a disparity in experiences.Well, there’s one common difference between the travelers who have liked it and those who have hated it.

She was cheating me right to my face.“She’s telling her friends she’s going to overcharge and rip you off because you’re white,” said a Vietnamese-American who was also on my bus.Some have dared to criticize Donald Trump over his avoidance of fighting in the Vietnam war. You may remember he slammed Senator John Mc Cain back in 2015, opining he was far from a "war hero."Mc Cain, a former Navy pilot, spent over five years behind bars in a North Vietnamese prison—two of those in solitary confident—after being captured during the line of duty. According to the great Trump, Mc Cain is far from a war hero. Now, in case any of you doubters out there are thinking Trump has no right to speak on the subject—given his draft dodging status—think again. He was really going at it—I haven't seen anything like that in a while. A lot of people — I don't want this to sound trivial — but a lot of people are switching to these really long putters, very unattractive. As Popdust previously reported, the then-22-year-old Trump managed to draft dodge five times—four because of college, and once because of his "bad feet."He explained all in an interview back in 2011: A bone spur. Trump's draft dodging hasn't prevented him from criticizing the bravery of others however. During his time in captivity in the notoriously tough internment camp, Mc Cain was routinely tortured—and to this day he walks with a noticeable limp and remains unable to lift either arm above his shoulders. He made his feelings on the subject crystal clear during an appearance at the Indeed Mr. Don't question the Republican presidential candidate's bravery…He may not have been languishing in the Hanoi Hilton, being subjected to unimaginable degrees of torture himself—but, don't think he was living the high life. In fact, Trump was suffering through his own personal "Vietnam" and it was every bit as terrifying, terrible and downright torturous as anything those soldier folks were undergoing at the time. And the reason for that is one of my most-asked questions. The simple answer is that no one ever wants to return to a place where they felt they were treated poorly.

People email me several times a week asking why, in this post about myself, I single Vietnam out as being my least favorite country. When I was in Vietnam, I was constantly hassled, overcharged, ripped off, and treated badly by the locals.

One of the worst experiences came while in the Mekong Delta. I was thirsty, so I went to get a common drink in Vietnam — water, lemon, and some powdery, sugary substance in a plastic bag.



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