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Flake rates drop a little when you get offline and work daygame and nightgame.I tell every guy who contacts me to ask advice about girls in the Dominican Republic: If the above advice fails you, do what most guys I know here do—bang the girl a couple of times then kick her to the curb once she starts asking for money to pay for school, a new bag, pills for her sick uncle, and so on.Flakiness in the Dominican Republic is not at epidemic levels like in Colombia but you will get flaked on a lot.The island is crawling with single mothers and they will usually leverage the kid for money pleas.Again, you can avoid these problems by dating upper class girls who speak English.They can be aggressive and if they like you, you’ll know about it. People in Latin American countries, especially in the Caribbean, are very affectionate and these words are so overused that they are meaningless.
Gold digging is on a different level in the DR—it’s an art form.
Curiously, most white Dominican women will have abundant thickness as well (in the right places) The mix of genes on the island has produced white girls with onion booties that traffic.
Also, if there is a country in the world where the women have bigger natural tits, I’d like to know about it.
You can’t get that hot Dominican girl you saw in NYC out of your head.
Now you probably think those types of girls grow on trees alongside the coconuts in the Caribbean. I’ve lived in the DR (Dominican Republic) for over 15 months so I can tell you from experience that, as with everything in life, the good comes with the bad.
I wish it didn’t and I wish I could just get by on my charm but I’ve given up on my principles in the quest for more Dominican success.