She told me that she can't help me with that, but if my question was regarding men, she would know exactly what to tell me, and then the chat disconnected due to internet troubles on her side. Good kissers but don't know what to do, most of the time.
She, cool friend that she is, decided to continue the conversation by sending me this following e-mail, which I thought was so hilarious that it had to be shared with y'all.
So, there ya go: I can tell you, if this may help, that maronite men with beards (who smoke and/or play a musical instrument, and are french-educated, most often at college protestant or lycee), are by far, the best kissers of Lebanon.
They like to discuss Palestine, the French Revolution, law, and obscure poetry.
I was toying with the idea of writing a silly post on the different types of girls out there to date, kind of like "The Sandmonkey's guide to women of the region", only it wouldn't just be the region, it would involve different religious and political backgrounds, and a lot of generalizations and feeble attempts of humor.
You also won’t have to worry how long he’ll take to propose because chances are, it won’t be for long.
I seem to get this one a lot, usually during the early stages of conversation.
Well, honey, first of all you’re probably fishing in the wrong pond if these are the type of guys you manage to end up with, and, as far as perversion goes, the whole world is perverted in one way or another.
If your smell stimulates his senses, he won’t be able to keep his hands off of you, his eyes away from you, his lips away from yours and his ears yearning for your voice.
I wasn’t even planning to write this article this soon (certainly not before writing the Stereotypes of bigger nations like France, Italy, Russia, Sweden, Canada, Australia… So I came to Lebanon yesterday, I had a lovely trip, the seat to my left was empty, and on the one next to it (i.e. The Etihad cabin crew were sweet and sexy and made my trip lovely by accidentally bumping my shoulder with their firm asses; a bonus service which I really appreciated.