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ObieTrice

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What if she speaks English


Then she’s either a college educated woman or a hardcore pro..
English means your a female tour guide and she probably has given a lot of “tours” and “guided” a lot of dudes. Go ahead and make her yours.

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Of course you can find true love in the Dominican republic. You only need one thing to be able to speak Spanish. Once you’re able to speak Spanish then you can actually communicate with the woman and start creating an emotional bond. Unfortunately without communication there will be no such thing as true love. Remember the one thing that is most important in every single relationship and building a true lasting partnership is communication. Without Spanish you could just forget it unless you want her to fall in love with your translator
Absolutely true...Have been with my main for 5 years, she speaks no English...Communicating is essential and of course a joy...Matter of fact none of my acquaintances speak English...The ones that have visited my home here in the states do not speak English...I have to speak their language...

I like the part of "do you want her to fall in love with your translator" lol...I would have looked like a fool having a dominicana at the dinner table of my friends and family and I have to stop every bite to type something in on a translator...One thing is for sure, it is not hard to know if a chica/woman from anywhere is feeling you for you....Time, deeds, experience, tells you what is what....Good Stuff!!!!

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What if she speaks English


Then she’s either a college educated woman or a hardcore pro..
English means your a female tour guide and she probably has given a lot of “tours” and “guided” a lot of dudes. Go ahead and make her yours.
Sirs this  is the advantage of wifeing up, better if its a good repeat..if they  do not have to go home and tend to thier bambino or donimican boyfriend, most time grand ma or other members will keep an eye on things when there out working, they make great tour guides, unlimited sex and most will cook for you, like a rent a whife,, Also they can keep your ass out of trouble if your hanging in the barrio !

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Being a mongerer is always a losing game to play when wanting to find love in the Dominican Republic. There's no in-between.

I find it nothing better for me personally, then to meet a beautiful (to my eyes) Dominicana and have her "truly" fall in love with me and me only. That's what I'm seeking when in DR. To me sex is sex, but having sex with a beautiful Dominicana that the love you have for each other is mutual, and consist of a legal marriage before God---That’s the true feeling of “great sex”. As a man, I can be proud of that. Here I have a beautiful Dominicana who "truly" loves me, and I her. And if children are born from that loving arrangement, BAM!!! --- There’s nothing better!

What better feeling is that? When falling "truly in love” and it’s mutual, with a Dominicana, what better feeling is that?!(rhetorical question).

Some mongerers here say I have a "Main". I laugh at that! That so called "main" is someone else’s when you are not there. You don't have “exclusive” rights to a beautiful Dominicana because marriage is not official, so your mongerer misses out of that feeling.

What mongerer can say here that they have exclusive rights to a beautiful, perfect 10 Dominicana, because of marriage? Of course, the answer is NONE!!! Because finding "Marriage" and "True Love", "Mongering" does not go together.

If you want to find true, “loyal love” from a Dominicana? Then, first, stop mongering!

Answer to your heading question is yes it's possible but take that with some serious qualifiers.

First of all, remember something that most on this board does not understand and that is that most Dominican women do not work, live in or have anything to do with  Sosua.

Once you start dealing with women outside of Sosua and you know how to weed out who is working/available to work you start to get to a level of quality that you could think about having a real relationship with.

If you get into a relationship with a non working Dominicana and you want that relationship to have a chance at a real future you need at least two things to start.

You have to be able to speak the language and you need to learn the culture. You cannot expect that you are just going to take her out of her environment change her and everything is going to be  happy and every lasting from there. Take here away from a culture that she knows, understands and probably loves and she  will be creeping the first chance she gets and it will never stop.

If you're able to know the language and culture and you find a girl that you think you can build a relationship with the next step is  GIVE IT TIME. If she cant wait a couple years or more for everything to come together then you can bet that she has a long term agenda in mind and the end of that agenda probably doesn't involve you but probably does involve your bank account and anything else of value that you have.


Once in the relationship learn the family and circle of friends. Hang with them and experience them raw. Some of these girls even the non working ones will have a longtime boyfriend from the neighborhood(Barrio) and they all have an understanding that for various reasons they may not always be together and they both may even have relationships with other people but at the end of the day she is his. He comes around every now and then bangs her silly and if she has some gringo in love with her he shares in the spoils of what the gringo has been contributing. Could be cash or anything else of value. This dude is normally known to the family and circle of friends. If you spend time in the circle he will be around at some point and they will likely introduce him as a cousin/primo or hermano/brother. I even had one try to introduce her dude as her father(SMH). Anyway, by getting into this circle, unless you are dumb as shit, you should be able to see the signs that their is another dude in the mix and depending on what you are looking for that should be your time to exit unless you just want to keep banging her and don't plan to get  in a real relationship.

If you get through all of this and you still think you have a good girl on your hands then you might be ready to take the plunge.


To sum it up it's possible to find love in the DR but do you really want to go through all that shit or do you just want to build a stable, enjoy life and refresh every now and then when the chance comes up?

Remember, I was talking about a situation with a  non Sousa working girl. Turning a working girl into a housewife is almost always likely to end badly. Especially if you are a gringo(AKA, Non Dominican).








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I'm learning the language now ..but it will take years to master it fully ...what should a brother do

SentryKnight

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Wow, bospat15

I appreciated everyone contributions, their 2 cents, to this post I created, my 3 cents because I thought of it. But, if there’s one last thought needed to be said on this subject, and end it there, I would say bospat15 just nailed it in the finale!

Reading what can go wrong in a relationship with a Dominicana that a “gringo” love, is like reading a horror story, with no rival! Jason and Freddy Krueger I’d bet is jealous right now! Facts!

Like asking, if you truly want to be horrified, try being a “gringo” or “gringette” in Love with a Dominican in DR? What, horror!!!

As I was reading your post, I was thinking at the same time, of my relationship with my Dominicana, saying to myself “My poor Dominican girlfriend, how much would you be able to put up with me, and my doubts, and finally call it quits?”

What I mean, that I have been putting my poor chicafriend under the ringer, because every advice I have read from this forum, and other Dominican Republic related forums, it’s so hard to trust any Dominican female in a relationship, as a foreigner. How can I read all of this and not apply the negativity to my Dominicana? When she visits her hometown, that’s not Santo Domingo, is she with her former/ current Dominican boyfriend too? Another new doubt, now! Thanks a lot, bospat15!
 
Now, mind you, every negative scenario mentioned here and other forums, the games that these Dominican chicafriends play with us “gringos”, I’ve alluded to in conversation with my poor chicafriend, that she may be playing me just the same. 

I call her poor, because as you guys realize, I have no problem expressing myself in writing, so she reads paragraphs upon paragraphs of me expressing my doubts and of what I’ve read of these horror stories I come upon, and reading how her fellow Dominicanas treat us “gringos” in love. Poor girl, she’s only 23. But so intelligent and mature, that I’m always forgetting how young she is.

She calls me crazy for thinking like this, putting crazy stuff in my head, she says, for me to stop reading your guys posts, creating doubts in my head, that it is making me crazy. One time she told me that I act like a weak, doubtful Dominican women, with her doubts toward her man. I jajaja at that, because I quickly got the point.

I know she’s right, being tired of hearing all of my doubts, that those doubts I have toward her are unwarranted, and to stop thinking of them. But I’m always quick to respond too, just recently I told her, this exact quote I wrote to her: “Do not blame me for living with doubts; blame your Dominican culture in the Dominican Republic. That is the cause of so much doubt, always wondering who can be trusted or not.”

Like one of you guys wrote earlier: “love relationship with a Dominican woman, is not for the faint of heart!”  That, I fully agree.

« Last Edit: October 11, 2018, 01:09:59 AM by SentryKnight »

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 I think that you can you have to first learn the language good understanding of the culture and trust your instincts.  I have a girl I've been talking to for about for 4 months now.  I have been to her city and seen her life and family. Actually stayed at her apartment and it was real Dominican no A/C.   When I arrived her family picked me up from the airport made me feel comfortable. She say Papi I have a surprise for you and she shows me a tattoo with my name. I ask her why and her reply was because I don't want you to doubt my love and to prove I'm yours. We went to the local disco and had great time I got dead drunk. Went thru 2 bottles of patron and 15 presidentes. I didn't remember anything.  I had about 2000 American in my pocket and not a single dime was missing when I woke up. When I did wake up I was sick throwing up everywhere she followed me made sure I was ok. She made me soup really took care of me.  I met her friends, guys came up and spoke but 95% spoke to me first then to her. She hasn't asked me for any money or anything but I have sent her something when I feel the need to. 

Just like you I had my doubts listening to what I've read on the site about Dominican women and how they are but every woman ain't a puta.  Everything between us isn't peaches and cream we've had our ups and downs in the short time we been talking but for the most part I feel the love from the actions... I saw a text in her phone hell I don't expect her to completely cut everyone off because we are fresh cause shit can end anyway. I still got a couple other friends in the DR safety valve.

At the end of the day it's your choice love can be found anywhere. It's no different then in any other country women are going to be women and men gonna be men.  Do what makes you happy only one person can live your life...

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I find learning spanish with videos to be very helpful. There are lots of people teaching it that way
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1aMSXiYPklP7U1asq1zHZw/videos?disable_polymer=1
Truth is...you must find people to practice your listening and speaking skills.
...I'm usually wrong...but that sh!t was great!

streeteasy

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Exactly.  I learn 3x the spanish in half the time when in RD.

ccontraction

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I find learning spanish with videos to be very helpful. There are lots of people teaching it that way
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1aMSXiYPklP7U1asq1zHZw/videos?disable_polymer=1
Truth is...you must find people to practice your listening and speaking skills.
As far as speaking skills you do not need anyone to practice...You can practice with yourself if you know what you are doing...1st you have to understand what you are studying even when you are watching videos...If you have no one to practice with then who else will you practice with, it is yourself...Also what exactly are you practicing?

PapiViejo55-2

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Listening.  I have to practice listening all the time. Dominican words and phrases are different to my ears.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMBokB14PDw
And you can't hit pause or rewind when folks are talking to you.
...I'm usually wrong...but that sh!t was great!

ccontraction

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Listening.  I have to practice listening all the time. Dominican words and phrases are different to my ears.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMBokB14PDw
And you can't hit pause or rewind when folks are talking to you.
Man I love it, I love that girl in the pink talking and their exchange 4:38 to 5:57...Yo firmo el chequeeee....Sueltame en banda, suelta eso...te quiero...esa vaina...k lo k...vestido de novia

I love how the gringo cannot say shit or understand, a very good depiction...He is not carrying a translator, he is lucky one of the girls speaks some english...If he knew the Spanish language, he would have been able to answer back in spanish after it was told to him in english..."me disculpo no tengo un hermano para presentarte solo tengo una hermana"...Good Stuff!!!!

WanderingMan

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You can find anything in Sosua for the right amount of money.....

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I'm new to the DR so I'm not sure how well this applies to Sosua.

In the Philippines, we say "If you want good sex, rent a Filipina. If you want true love, buy a dog."

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You can find a chica genuinely interested in you.. That's not hard..But now you need to speak some Spanish to keep.her interested. But if you knew Spanish... than you wouldn't be on this particular post.. My 2 cent 😁

 


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