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Q: Where can I hang out to find a good and rich chinese boyfriend?

10 years 25 weeks ago in  Relationships - Hangzhou

 
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try expanding your circles of friends and sooner or latter maybe a friend will introduce you to somebody
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HugAPanda:

is who me? asking this question? hahaha no. I dont need a good and rich boyfriend ;) Just a fun one.

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TedDBayer:

are other colours of garters acceptable, Panda?

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HugAPanda:

as long as it matches the thong.

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Here you can find loads of them
 http://tinyurl.com/2c9np

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get a job at an upscale KTV or hang around upscale bars. sleep with the bartender to avoid the cover charges

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I don't know if you could, you can't post a pic, so R U butt ugly?  Watch for some guy getting out of the drivers door of a BMW or Audi, then go over and introduce yourself. just tell him you're free.

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Yet, another Chinese person posing as a foreigner. 

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