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When a girl friend tells me, I simply say OK because I know I’ve got nothing to lose.

Every Israeli man is on the opposite side of the meter. To make it more clear, let’s visualise the lowest and the highest measurements of a meter: Liz Gilbert said that every city has a word: Vatican is “power”, New York is “achieve”, Los Angeles is “succeed” and Rome is “sex.” I differed when I got to know Israel. The “coolest” kids on the block enjoy this type of “dating.” ( Being in dates multiple times is inevitable but when the bond is building deeply to the direction of eventually being in a relationship (aka going to the normal parameter), they tend to walk away even if nothing is wrong. But you know, different humans, different life dynamics. Not that there are many fishes in the Mediterranean sea but that’s what I do. But to control the situation is a total turn-off for me. Do I still have the energy and heart to love and accept everything that is happening around me? For me, if a guy insists and rejects my offer, it means he really wants to do it. That was what the Israeli reader comment was implying. I don’t have any problems that Israeli men are paying.

I found it so easy to be here not because of the men but the people of Israel in general.

I am a woman who is not expecting anything when it comes to set up dates.

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