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I was also afraid of force marriage too.

I remember this one time a Hmong boy called my house asking to talk to my dad. They asked him if they can take me to prom. He told the kid, "I like your parents and I like you, but my daughter is still too young, so she cannot go". Lol They didn't even asked me. Lol.
  The girls I went with:

1.  Her father ran off to live with second wife in MN so she had a single mom and her mom didn't say anything since she often worked late at the pizza parlor anyway and came home late.

2.  She told her parents she's going with her girlfriends and will be spending the night at her girlfriend's house.  We did a triple date but each couple went in their own car so we all just met up at the friend's house around 4 am.

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Back in my HS days, we wouldn't have sex unless we were married.

Didn't know motels and hotels were for having sex on prom nights.

I was very traditional then.
Even if you didn't have sex, it was more comfortable to make out on a hotel bed than the passenger seat of a vehicle. ;)

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General Discussion / Re: deceiving travels
« on: February 14, 2019, 01:52:55 PM »
Definitely taking one of those stools with me, next time we head up to the mountain top.  ;D

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Yeah. I never got to go to prom because I didn't have a HS girlfriend and I also was scared of having to marry a Hmong girl if I had taken her out late.
  Going to prom is not the problem.  Having money to treat her during the date is the real issue. Plus being under 18 so you can't rent a hotel room and have to make out in the car.  That's another big problem. lol.

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When I do have a child...I want my child to
- go to prom. My aunt and uncle even bought me a prom dress, but I wasn't allowed to go as my father was strict.
- save $ towards their own car. When I turned 15, my parents got a brand new Honda Civic for me. I didn't see the value of saving for something at a young age...only opened my eyes to it once I was 18.
- be more involved in politics by learning about voting and protests...lea rn more about our government and policies. Apart from voting, didn't really find interest in this until my mid 20's.
- be more involved in the Hmong and Asian community
Kids might not share the same values and hate you for it.

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When I was young, there were plenty of things I never got because we were poor.  I want my kids to have those things so they'll have an advantage.  Anything you want your kids to have that you never got?

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Marriage & Family Life / Re: Hmong ladies who marry white guys...
« on: February 14, 2019, 12:27:31 PM »
When you are in an interracial relationship, expect to face insensitive racial comments and attitudes from both sides. It's part of the package. If you can't deal then you probably shouldn't be in an interracial relationship.
So your solution is to just bend over and grab your ankles eh.

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General Discussion / Re: any plans for v-day...
« on: February 14, 2019, 12:25:28 PM »
last year he surprised me w/ Shari's Berries aka yummy chocolate covered strawberries and sent it to my workplace ... I had to quickly hide it because I do not want coworkers to be surrounding my cubical awwwwww'ing and ooooo'ing...I told him although i appreciate the kind gesture... I'm not all about showing off and I do not like to be the work attraction...s o please keep it on the DL...
I did that for my wife once.  Expensive strawberries.

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Really YAX? You're a slacker? I thought your failures were due to white racism. Yet, this Indian guy be kicking a.ss all over the continent. You don't say it's because of hard work, persistence, and ambition?

Who would've thunk that if you just didn't give a s.hit what racist people had to say, you would actually accomplish s.hit.

Talented people with drive don't use racism as an excuse. They just do.

Lazy, talentless people always have racism to fall back on.

It's like the fat guy who wasn't going to run the race anyways, claiming that the organizers won't let him compete.
OMGee!! BNM is back everyone.  He still misses me. Awe..  how sweet.

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It's the nice guys who stop to help her out?  Have you ever seen a nice girl stop to help?

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What does the English major graduate say to the Engineering major graduate?


 
 

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And that's why you're still foaming badly...Mr. "I don't get it" but then doubt a female response that you soliciated with "maybe"... ;D "?"

SEE WHAT I MEAN BY CRAWLING BACK DUE TO HIS FOAM DESPITE HIS WORTHLESS CRY OF "IGNORE".. ;D ;D ;D
depends.

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"so you're" still foaming badly "eh.. hmm." NOT "interesting" nor surprising but thank you for crawling back to prove me right once again...

WATCH AS THIS IGNORANT CRAWLS BACK TO PROVE ME RIGHT ONCE AGAIN DUE TO HIS FOAM DESPITE HIS WORTHLESS CLAIM OF "IGNORE", TRUST ME! O0
Depends.

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