Foreign Gf/Bf

Discussion in 'True Love' started by seX addict, May 29, 2006.

  1. seX addict

    seX addict Member

    Do u have a foreign gf or bf?

    Do ur family or friends can accept them?

    Will it work out?
  2. Carlfloydfan

    Carlfloydfan Travel lover

    I really hope so
  3. seamonster66

    seamonster66 discount dracula

    who ever really knows?

  4. Yes.


    Probably not.
  5. teaspower

    teaspower Member

    maybe several month later ,
  6. Yes.


  7. 332209

    332209 Member

    i do not have
  8. Suncatch22

    Suncatch22 Member

    That Ukrainian boy was the only romantic accomplice who ever earned my mother's approval! Regretfully he and I had a few culture barriers, ie, he was so much more sensitive and vulnerable than American men (probably because he spent part of his youth in France) ... he was more reluctant in love, and took things much harder. But I think if we had both been in a position to try harder at a relationship, it would have worked out far better.
  9. Mr. Mojo Risin'

    Mr. Mojo Risin' Senior Member

    I think I could call her that.
    I don't give a shit.
    I hope so.
  10. Not anymore. About a year ago I brought home a Pakistani boy I met at work. My family highly dissaproved and he and I did not work out due to religious differences.
  11. Musikero

    Musikero Supporters HipForums Supporter



    There's only one way to find out.
  12. Malapascua

    Malapascua Member

    Not important.
    If you both respect each other.
  13. .Hannah.

    .Hannah. Member

    What the hell is a foreign bf/gf? Mail order bride?

    What if you're both immigrants?
    What if your immediate family (parents) are immigrants?
    What if you come from a line of immigrants but you've lived here for a few generations?

    What if only a part of you (mixed marriage) is "foreign"? Or only a part of your S.O.?
  14. icedteapriestess

    icedteapriestess linguistic freak

    my husband is American... I am Canadian. Some wouldn't consider us to be "foreign", but tell that to immigration.

    We do have some problems... he sees things from an American standpoint, and I see things from a Canadian standpoint. Again, it might not seem that there would be that much of a difference, but there is.

    Do our families accept the relationship? Well... my family teases him about being American and about all things American (like G.W... he really confuses a lot of Canadians). His family calls me a "big gay liberal". My family wants us to live in Canada, his family wants us to live in the US (he just moved to Canada and we are going through immigration).

    Will it work out? Yes... because we put eachother first. Screw our families... we are eachothers new family and our son will be born any day now!

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