They routinely dress as if for an opera or a fashion show.
Long, fanned hair streams down their slim figures, legs sharpened by high heels. A parliament member responsible for information, Vadim Dengin, talks about the “popular fashion” for young, good-looking women to “hunt” for men, “keeping in mind a man’s finances as a priority criteria”.
Moron vs genius, vigilante vs evil, and talent and hard work vs lots of silicone and vacuous opportunism.
Which brings me to the subject of today’s post; five differences between Dutch and Russian women.
I was excited to be talking to someone with a strong command of English. ” “None.” “Okay then, it’s the same thing.” “Not really because a girl who is bald could be an amazing person inside.” “So if I was 200 kilos heavier, shorter, and bald, you would still talk to me? I flipped my hand upside down as if to say “Well there you have it” but she refused to back down and insisted that liking girls with long hair was horrible.
I defaulted into being chatty, but it didn’t take long to offend her when I said “I like girls with long hair.” “So you discriminate against women? I was talking to a hyper-educated woman who spent god knows how many years in school, but accepting simple logic was still a work in progress.
“Have you ever seen those commercials for African charities? “Yes.” “When they show images of the starving African children, have you noticed that they are always bald?
It’s not because they go to the barber every week—it’s because when you don’t have enough protein in your diet, you don’t grow hair. When a girl has short hair, she’s mimicking a state of malnourishment.” how strongly long female hair correlates to health and fertility.