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(Women of China)   Singles event promises to connect China's most beautiful women with rich men. Women who show up find one guy who says he's rich, a lie detector machine, and a sales pitch for cosmetics and jewelry   (womenofchina.cn) divider line 70
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2013-10-14 01:55:06 PM

dittybopper: Resident Muslim: Including one Chinese tour guide who when asked about the situation went off on a litany of entitlement that ended with "he's got to show me the money to get the honey."

Also, "No tea, no talk".


You got the tea scam?

For those of you interested in going to China some day, or considering, here is how the tea scam goes down:
A lady or two approach you, very friendly, if the "we're just looking for a good time" approach doesn't hook you, they go for the "we're students and it would be great if we could practice with you"
They then take you to a tea house or a bar where they order drinks that you later find out cost ridiculous amounts of money. This includes rare and delicate teas that cost a fortune.

Hence tea scam.
 
2013-10-14 01:56:30 PM

Ready-set: jfivealive: I'm a wealthy guy looking for a young beautiful single woman, so I'm getting a kick out of these replies

I have even more money (well past 7 figures net).

That guy above is a loser.


I'm telling the truth.  I'm freakin filthy rich.
 
2013-10-14 02:00:53 PM

garandman1a: Ready-set: jfivealive: I'm a wealthy guy looking for a young beautiful single woman, so I'm getting a kick out of these replies

I have even more money (well past 7 figures net).

That guy above is a loser.


I know, right. I make 7 figures every month. OK, so what if two are to the right of the decimal place. Does that really matter?


I make 0 cash ever.  You all have my pity.
 
2013-10-14 02:06:04 PM

Resident Muslim: dittybopper: Resident Muslim: Including one Chinese tour guide who when asked about the situation went off on a litany of entitlement that ended with "he's got to show me the money to get the honey."

Also, "No tea, no talk".

You got the tea scam?

For those of you interested in going to China some day, or considering, here is how the tea scam goes down:
A lady or two approach you, very friendly, if the "we're just looking for a good time" approach doesn't hook you, they go for the "we're students and it would be great if we could practice with you"
They then take you to a tea house or a bar where they order drinks that you later find out cost ridiculous amounts of money. This includes rare and delicate teas that cost a fortune.

Hence tea scam.



I only went to China once, and all I got was "caaaaanYOOOOOOUhellllpmeeeeeI'mmmmVERRRRRRyyyyyHUNNNNNNNgryyy". Over and over and over.

And a few "Hello? Hello? Genuine Lolex"es and one very pushy Buddhist who wouldn't take less than 100RMB in return for something that looked like a Buddha Pokemon card.
 
2013-10-14 02:17:15 PM

jfivealive: I'm telling the truth.  I'm freakin filthy rich.ha


You must be new.  You only really got it when you are in fact denying it or in disguise,
 
2013-10-14 02:25:57 PM
So someone has taken human trafficking to the next level? Asking for volunteers and getting their details all ready for a buyer. I thought Asians were smart?
 
2013-10-14 02:33:39 PM

phaseolus: Resident Muslim: dittybopper: Resident Muslim: Including one Chinese tour guide who when asked about the situation went off on a litany of entitlement that ended with "he's got to show me the money to get the honey."

Also, "No tea, no talk".

You got the tea scam?

For those of you interested in going to China some day, or considering, here is how the tea scam goes down:
A lady or two approach you, very friendly, if the "we're just looking for a good time" approach doesn't hook you, they go for the "we're students and it would be great if we could practice with you"
They then take you to a tea house or a bar where they order drinks that you later find out cost ridiculous amounts of money. This includes rare and delicate teas that cost a fortune.

Hence tea scam.


I only went to China once, and all I got was "caaaaanYOOOOOOUhellllpmeeeeeI'mmmmVERRRRRRyyyyyHUNNNNNNNgryyy". Over and over and over.

And a few "Hello? Hello? Genuine Lolex"es and one very pushy Buddhist who wouldn't take less than 100RMB in return for something that looked like a Buddha Pokemon card.


Ah, you are talking about the market/street version.
I actually got to see the Tea Scam in action in malls. (We were a largish group). I heard several people talking about it as well.
Kind of a classier scam with good-looking girls who speak decent English, so I'm guessing the Tea Houses pay them (relatively) well.
 
2013-10-14 02:41:14 PM

Resident Muslim: dittybopper: Resident Muslim: Including one Chinese tour guide who when asked about the situation went off on a litany of entitlement that ended with "he's got to show me the money to get the honey."

Also, "No tea, no talk".

You got the tea scam?

For those of you interested in going to China some day, or considering, here is how the tea scam goes down:
A lady or two approach you, very friendly, if the "we're just looking for a good time" approach doesn't hook you, they go for the "we're students and it would be great if we could practice with you"
They then take you to a tea house or a bar where they order drinks that you later find out cost ridiculous amounts of money. This includes rare and delicate teas that cost a fortune.

Hence tea scam.


It's an old Asian prostitute thing:  "No tea, no talk. No money, no honey".

Goes back *AT LEAST* to the Vietnam war, and I'd wager even further.
 
2013-10-14 02:58:31 PM

berylman: jfivealive: I'm telling the truth.  I'm freakin filthy rich.ha

You must be new.  You only really got it when you are in fact denying it or in disguise,


Wouldn't find any classy broads on fark to spend my cheddar on anyways.
 
2013-10-14 02:59:23 PM

dittybopper: Resident Muslim: dittybopper: Resident Muslim: Including one Chinese tour guide who when asked about the situation went off on a litany of entitlement that ended with "he's got to show me the money to get the honey."

Also, "No tea, no talk".

You got the tea scam?

For those of you interested in going to China some day, or considering, here is how the tea scam goes down:
A lady or two approach you, very friendly, if the "we're just looking for a good time" approach doesn't hook you, they go for the "we're students and it would be great if we could practice with you"
They then take you to a tea house or a bar where they order drinks that you later find out cost ridiculous amounts of money. This includes rare and delicate teas that cost a fortune.

Hence tea scam.

It's an old Asian prostitute thing:  "No tea, no talk. No money, no honey".

Goes back *AT LEAST* to the Vietnam war, and I'd wager even further.


Ah, ok.
Never heard it phrased that way.
 
2013-10-14 03:10:22 PM

Resident Muslim: dittybopper: Resident Muslim: dittybopper: Resident Muslim: Including one Chinese tour guide who when asked about the situation went off on a litany of entitlement that ended with "he's got to show me the money to get the honey."

Also, "No tea, no talk".

You got the tea scam?

For those of you interested in going to China some day, or considering, here is how the tea scam goes down:
A lady or two approach you, very friendly, if the "we're just looking for a good time" approach doesn't hook you, they go for the "we're students and it would be great if we could practice with you"
They then take you to a tea house or a bar where they order drinks that you later find out cost ridiculous amounts of money. This includes rare and delicate teas that cost a fortune.

Hence tea scam.

It's an old Asian prostitute thing:  "No tea, no talk. No money, no honey".

Goes back *AT LEAST* to the Vietnam war, and I'd wager even further.

Ah, ok.
Never heard it phrased that way.


I believe the implication was that you had to purchase them a drink in order to haggle, and that you weren't getting any if you didn't have the cash.
 
2013-10-14 03:12:26 PM
Anyone going to China needs to learn "Wo bu yao, xie xie". Or down south: "Wo m yu, m goy".

After you say that, if they keep harassing you, it's acceptable to ignore them.

I never got much in the way of the natives coming on to me...well maybe a couple girls in the office...but it was the Philipinas who you had to watch out for.
 
2013-10-14 03:59:22 PM
So what they're saying is that the guy was Chinese, and he played a joke...

/NEVER buy Coke in China
 
2013-10-14 04:02:56 PM
ReverandJynxed:

So someone has taken human trafficking to the next level? Asking for volunteers and getting their details all ready for a buyer. I thought Asians were smart?


No, there are plenty of stupid Asian people.  However, the difference with America is that if you are too stupid in Asia, you're gonna starve to death.
 
2013-10-14 04:09:28 PM

berylman: Resident Muslim: I've been to China a couple of times. And I'll just say this, if I was a guy over there I'd skip out on the Chinese and marry from a neighboring country.
For a discerning gent like yourself, I recommend nothing but pure Cambodian. Not strictly for the breastmilk mind you.


One town in Henan province apparently prefers Vietnamese.  23 men have married Vietnamese women over the past 6 years.
 
2013-10-14 04:21:59 PM

H31N0US: Anyone going to China needs to learn "Wo bu yao, xie xie". Or down south: "Wo m yu, m goy".

After you say that, if they keep harassing you, it's acceptable to ignore them.

I never got much in the way of the natives coming on to me...well maybe a couple girls in the office...but it was the Philipinas who you had to watch out for.


OK.  I'll bite.  What does it mean?
 
2013-10-14 04:28:01 PM

illannoyin: Best reality show idea ever.

'Joe Millionaire China'. Set up a guy as a Chinese millionaire in a swanky Beijing apartment, car, the works. Put the word out to China's gold diggers and have them "date" for a couple of weeks. Then, watch the fireworks when he breaks up with them. I bet those ladies would do some really entertaining things to try and hold on to the lifestyle.


I saw an interview with the "bachelor" from the first Joe Millionaire. It was sad. The guy was a complete male version of an air head, but he was saying that he nailed most of those chicks on the show multiple times. He said it wasn't even a challenge, they all thought he was mega rich and were falling over themselves and doing anything to get him. He said after the first day he could tell who were the plants and who were really their thinking they were on a show because the women who thought it was a real show all offered up the ass by the end of the first day.
 
2013-10-14 04:46:04 PM

fireclown: H31N0US: Anyone going to China needs to learn "Wo bu yao, xie xie". Or down south: "Wo m yu, m goy".

After you say that, if they keep harassing you, it's acceptable to ignore them.

I never got much in the way of the natives coming on to me...well maybe a couple girls in the office...but it was the Philipinas who you had to watch out for.

OK.  I'll bite.  What does it mean?


Literally? "I don't want. Thanks." Figuratively: "No thanks. Yes, I'm white. No, I'm not clueless".
 
2013-10-14 06:03:32 PM

ReverendJynxed: So someone has taken human trafficking to the next level? Asking for volunteers and getting their details all ready for a buyer. I thought Asians were smart?


If this is new in China, then they're lagging.  Khordokovsky made his first fortune in 1990s Russia hosting Ru. mafia beauty contests where every woman was a winner, and every winner got Matthew Barnetted.  I've no reason to believe that the mob has stopped doing this.  Luciano and Lansky probably did similar things.
 
2013-10-15 08:01:23 AM
China's marriage politics are pretty farked. I live in Shanghai, and you can't even get married unless you already own a car and apartment. Not rent apartment- own it outright. This is in a city where property is more expensive than Manhattan. So men get the shaft because almost no one can make that kind of money before 29 (marriage cutoff age) unless they get it from mama and baba, and then they have to take care of not one but two sets of parents who will be controlling every aspect of you, your wife, and your single child's life. not to mention the four sets of grandparents you'll have to support, alone.

Girls aren't much better off. They're in demand, but some poll this year just revealed most Chinese women would rather marry a rich divorcee in his forties with his own family and no obligations than anyone else. They don't want recently wealthy guys, since their families are more likely to resent them and come calling with their hands out.

Shanghai women are stereotyped as the worst. And for the most part it's true- they're cliquish, merciless golddiggers who only speak Shanghai dialect and consider everyone outside of Shanghai as a farking peasant. Good luck getting 50 million RMB together, Mr. White Collar from Xi'an, even though you're richer than most Americans and your hometown is one of the oldest cultural centers in China, you've got zero chance.
 
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