*He was totally cute, but I was too chicken at the time to go out with a stranger! I knew this one Vietnamese guy who was a super mack! One of the best salsa/merengue/bachata/samba dancers I have ever met. He racked up, because you know that most of us women cannot resist a good dancer!Back in my 20s, I liked to only go out with people I had met a few times, so this guy got rejected because I had only talked to him once. Black and Latino men probably don't do all that much better. It was funny, here these guys were stereotyping themselves.He was always having a good time....without alcohol! Most women are attracted to that, no matter what their ethnicity is. It's all about how they come across, the energy they put out. And sure enough everyone had a crush on him, and he dated the rainbow as I like to call it. All 3 of those guys sound cool (do you have their numbers? Those shy white guys need to read this post, to see how it's done.
I knew this one Vietnamese guy who was a super mack! One of the best salsa/merengue/bachata/samba dancers I have ever met. He racked up, because you know that most of us women cannot resist a good dancer!
I'll go ahead and tell you about let's say 3 "asian" guys I knew in college who were very popular with all types of women: 1.
Chinese guy: he was cute in a hipster way (this was pre-hipster in the 90s), stylish with cool glasses. About half of the women I knew, asian, white, black or otherwise all found him attractive. Sri Lankan guy: He was just classically attractive, albeit skinny build.
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I had a hilarious story one time when I was approached by an Chinese (from Hong Kong) guy* at work.