Looking back on the men who’ve tried to “holler” at me, there are certain reoccurring trends.
I can basically pin point specific “types” of men who I’ve consistently encountered as a Plus Size Princess in New York City and I’m willing to bet I’m not the only PSP they’re approaching. Theres a really sweet girl who has been interning at my office.
Here’s a list of seven things that surprised our Japanese staff on their trip to Turkey. Turkish travelers have their in-flight meals made by an actual chef on the plane. The chef will also give his greetings, distribute the meals, and occasionally pose for commemorative photos, provided you ask nicely. That’s good news for any Asian beauties attracted to Turkish men’s exotic features. In fact, if approached with interest, many girls would assume that the unwelcome pass is just the sweet talk of a swindler. Drinking a large beer with your Turkish kabab may sound nice, but between the hundreds of kebab vendors scattered about, it seems not one of them sells booze! According to another female reporter on travel, the long distance sight-seeing buses that tour from Istanbul to just about anywhere come equipped with Wi-Fi. The most prevalent brands of yogurt, called , are actually salty.
Might be best to save yourself the trouble and give up on the idea. Sit-down restaurants are different, but if you’re looking for alcohol to accompany a light meal or a simple snack, then you’re simply out of luck. It must be nice to connect to the Internet for free when stuck on a bus for hours. If the very thought of that poses a problem for you, you’ll want to ask a store clerk to point out any non-salty varieties on your trip to the supermarket. Many Turkish people can’t tell the difference between Japanese people and Koreans.
The 11 year old Plus Size Princess in me was slightly annoyed that that I wasn’t born in that era. Then there are the African and Middle Eastern countries where wives are sent away to fatten up in order to become attractive for their betrothed.As a non-US woman with a US American husband, I think I can talk about this!I'm trying to think of the idealised stereotype for US American men (the same way that French men are "sophisticated" and Italian men are "passionate", etc).The country has a varied topography that is made up of a high central plateau, a narrow coastal plain and several large mountain ranges.The climate consists of hot summers and mild to cold wet winters.Apparently, over the past week she: Monday: Met a middle eastern guy on the train who was hot but way smaller/shorter than she’d like Tuesday: Let him take her on her first date…ever Wednesday: Had her first kiss with him (it was awful)Thursday: Realized they weren’t a match due to his broken English and overly emotional ways Friday: Dumped him. So, when a big girl is shopping on 5th avenue where the mentality is that “you can’t be too skinny or too rich”, she shouldn’t be surprised when the foreign man on the corner selling knock-off handbags gives her more attention than the sales people at Saks.The official language is Turkish and Islam is practiced by more than 90% of the population.Given its strategic location at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, its large economy and substantial military might, Turkey is considered a major regional power.Family and loyalty to its members is the most important value for them, but conservative attitudes toward women still exist, especially in rural areas where families tend to be traditional and parental approval for selecting a spouse is still important.Turkish men are very respectful toward women, so you can expect to have a caring partner if you are dating one of these passionate men.