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What are you guys giving to your love one on Valentine's Day from overseas??

So hard that we cannot be with them.....:girlwerewolf2xn:

Wire her your entire paycheck for that V week. That'll make her extremely happy.

They say "No money, no honey" righty, right?

Edited by Dau Que

Just remember, life over there in VN is NOT real! Your money will be worth a LOT less once you get back over here. Back to reality, cowboy!

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Wire her your entire paycheck for that V week. That'll make her extremely happy.

They say "No money, no honey" righty, right?

Dau Que, some of us are real men and to get the honey we do not need to send them all of our money. There are classes out there that can help you out with this, and if you actually take them, maybe you will stop having to pay for YOUR honey like most of us already do not need to do. Also after taking some of those classes maybe you can come back on Visa Journey with a better view of Vietnameese women. Check out this link Dau

http://artofmanliness.com/2008/03/20/so-you-want-to-become-a-man/

To the OP, the last two years I sent a card, and then made sure I had plenty of webcam time so that we could talk, the first year we didnt have much time on the webcam, so I made sure I called and talked to her. Most women will tell you dont send me anything, some might not but honestly what matters is that you make the attempt to be closer with her on that day anyway you can.

Jerome

Edited by jeromebinh

小學教師 胡志明市,越南

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I bought a electronic card that record sound. It was around $7 and we had our pictures printed on it.


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Dau Que, some of us are real men and to get the honey we do not need to send them all of our money. There are classes out there that can help you out with this, and if you actually take them, maybe you will stop having to pay for YOUR honey like most of us already do not need to do. Also after taking some of those classes maybe you can come back on Visa Journey with a better view of Vietnameese women. Check out this link Dau

http://artofmanliness.com/2008/03/20/so-you-want-to-become-a-man/

To the OP, the last two years I sent a card, and then made sure I had plenty of webcam time so that we could talk, the first year we didnt have much time on the webcam, so I made sure I called and talked to her. Most women will tell you dont send me anything, some might not but honestly what matters is that you make the attempt to be closer with her on that day anyway you can.

Jerome

Speak like a Pro! Time will tell you've picked the right choice.


Just remember, life over there in VN is NOT real! Your money will be worth a LOT less once you get back over here. Back to reality, cowboy!

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Btw Jerome, ask Binh this and let us know her response "Does the saying "Buc leu tranh va 2 trai tim vang" (a straw hut and 2 golden hearts) work in your book?"

I'll bring you the truth. The only reason she's still with you, even at the moment you "think" living there is better than in America, is because she KNOWS her children (with you) are automatically USC by law.....you can guess the rest of this story.

Edited by Dau Que

Just remember, life over there in VN is NOT real! Your money will be worth a LOT less once you get back over here. Back to reality, cowboy!

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It is a good idea to send chocolate to Vietnam using USPS?


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What are you guys giving to your love one on Valentine's Day from overseas??

So hard that we cannot be with them.....:girlwerewolf2xn:

Since YOUR SO still in VN, get her a laptop with a webcam, and voice chat.


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NVC

02-04-2009 : Visited my wife for 2 weeks. 02-22-2009 come back to US

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02-25-2009 : Payment Received from my bank (AOS)

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Btw Jerome, ask Binh this and let us know her response "Does the saying "Buc leu tranh va 2 trai tim vang" (a straw hut and 2 golden hearts) work in your book?"

I'll bring you the truth. The only reason she's still with you, even at the moment you "think" living there is better than in America, is because she KNOWS her children (with you) are automatically USC by law.....you can guess the rest of this story.

I just love how you know SOOOOOOOOOO much about all of our loved ones. I think the only thing you know is your life experiences. Some of us are not idiots like you and we actually know what real love is. Who ever said she or I could even have children, you just assume so much it is funny. If you know SOOOOOO much, then you would also know that yes our children would become a USC IF I file the paperwork, but hmmmmmm guess what just because they are a USC this does NOT mean that my wife would become a USC. I know a few people that have children and their mothers were STILL DENIED, and OHHHH guess what my wife also knows these same people. SOOOO once again, look at the previous website and learn how to become a REAL MAN instead of what you are, also go to lawschool, immigration law might help so that when you try to say some of the things you say you will know they are pure BS just like most of us here on VJ know they are.

The only way that you have to pay for honey is if you are not a real man, the only way you will have a wife/fiancee leave you once they find out they arent going to America is if you are an idiot. As for me, I am a real man, and far far from an idiot, so when you try to tell ME what MY wife WILL do, remember that I am not an idiot and I am a REAL MAN so if this would happen to you it WONT happen to me.

For valentines day, the recordable song cards are great, I did them for all the occasions, other things you can do is send something like a little card with sweet nothings written on it, put it in the pocket of a shirt or have it tied around a button and then when she opens it if she does it on webcam then you can watch as she finds it, or even put something like look at the webcam and then hold something up or show her a bigger gift and then mail it. All sorts of things you can do to make it fun and exciting. I had a friend that had his fiancee's mom cook a specific dish and then he mad the exact same one down to the last detail, and they ate together, it was kinda like they were together yet far away. If you can think of something do it, because they are from the heart, and this is what really matters, unless of course you are like Dau Que, and if that is the case, find another woman or send your paycheck.

Jerome


小學教師 胡志明市,越南

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I agree with Jerome. At this point, 'things' aren't really possible or important. I can't say what I'm thinking of on the off chance that she will check this site. (I'm much more technical, but you never know.) But for her recent birthday, I ordered her a heart-shaped container with a cactus in it online.

Now, normally a cactus wouldn't seem like a great gift. Except when we went to Dam Sen Park last fall, she wanted to spend like an hour in the cactus garden--which clued me in that she likes cacti. So, I sent her a cactus for her to remember the good times we had in the park together.

The point is that it really is something meaningful that counts... which is why the recordable card idea is so good.

By the way, FTD etc are ridiculous to Vietnam, BUT there are a few small companies that are much less unreasonable. (I paid $20 for a cactus plant that would only be about $5 over there, but hey... it's better than $125 for a dozen roses on FTD. Not selling anything, so just Google it for yourself and you'll see the few that are relatively less unreasonable.

There are also some online flower shops IN VN, but so far I haven't been successful in using them b/c of the payment issue... went through some Australian bank in the end that declined my American card... but I think for V-day whatever I have up my sleeve, I'll have her cousin help me get it over there and wire him the cash...

Oh, and to the hater, stop hating!

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Btw Jerome, ask Binh this and let us know her response "Does the saying "Buc leu tranh va 2 trai tim vang" (a straw hut and 2 golden hearts) work in your book?"

I'll bring you the truth. The only reason she's still with you, even at the moment you "think" living there is better than in America, is because she KNOWS her children (with you) are automatically USC by law.....you can guess the rest of this story.

does the saying "cease baiting or you'll be thread banned/suspended" work in your book? any further comments like the above and it will become reality.

Edited by charles!

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Speak like a Pro! Time will tell you've picked the right choice.

those foreigners think they understand Vietnamese women more than Vietnamese people


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does the saying "cease baiting or you'll be thread banned/suspended" work in your book? any further comments like the above and it will become reality.

Oh no! My privilege will be revoked! What am I gonna do? Please someone! Help me! My wife told me I could NOT let this happen! She would definitely leave me if I could no longer post in here.

Please please please Charles! My family's happiness lays in your merciful hands!


Just remember, life over there in VN is NOT real! Your money will be worth a LOT less once you get back over here. Back to reality, cowboy!

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