Armenian dirty chatting girls
“Maybe it’s a way of making conversation,” I say, offering an alternate intention for the question that seems to most bother Armen. It seems Armenian men, or maybe men in general, have their own rules of etiquette.
It would be wise to remember that topping the list of unacceptable questions, at least until they get to know a woman better, is asking about their profession or financial status. Though you are fully responsible for the content you post, comments that include profanity, personal attacks or other inappropriate material will not be permitted.
“Armenian girls are different than American girls,” says Armen. It’s an age old topic, the courtship dance between men and women. But Armenian girls are all about showing off,” says Armen trying to explain the differences. Some girls know all the models of cars, whether it’s expensive or not.” He is surprised at the wealth of knowledge the girls posses about cars, sometimes even surpassing his own. He refuses to offer any more insight, preferring to listen to others. “But this is what I see.” What he sees is a new generation of women, much different than the ones with which he grew up, and wonders if he can find a future with one of them. Once your reach 38 to 40 [years old], no way,” concurs Sarkis.
I’m the only woman in the group as the men explain the illusive differences between the two genders while Vic silently listens to our discussion. “I go out with Latinos and others and they don’t know the difference between a Porsche and a Mercedes. They want to go, enjoy themselves and their time.” “They value…,” Sarkis begins to explain his perception of the differences. “Whether it’s expensive or not, they [non-Armenian girls] don’t judge you.” “The sad part is that we [Armenian men] also have a lot of flaws. “The new generation feels like they have to outdo each other,” says Armen. This new generation of women they refer to is between 25 to 30 years old, by their assessment, and too young for them to take into serious consideration. This is it, the Armenian generation,” says Sarkis with a resigned air. All three of these men are socially active in the community.
It’s more like a picture of post-industrial urban decay, overlayed with spots of revitalisation.
It’s actually a bit remarkable that I praise central Yerevan for convenience, because public transportation here is abysmal. Yerevan’s convenience comes out in a somewhat different way.
The important thing is that men have pleasure during sex; women can live without it, etc.Living in the inner centre, everything I need is a ludicrously short walk away, by the standards of virtually any other metropolis I’ve been to.It keeps me in shape while not compelling me to spend half a day walking all over creation.Asbarez reserves the right to block users who violate any of our posting standards and policies.For the first time in quite a while, I’m leaving Armenia for a non-trivial period of time.
We’re not that upstanding either, but …,” Sarkis tapers off, implying that despite the men’s flaws it doesn’t reach the proportions they’ve observed in women. “Armenian girls, when they go out with us, have a higher expectation then when they go out with an American or a black guy,” says Sarkis. “They say Latino girls are wild but Armenian girls outdo them. Every girl with a black guy is Armenian.” He makes this statement as an extreme example of how far he feels Armenian women have strayed from the norms of our society. “Even with the older ones there is another type of problem,” begins Armen, “first they ask you what you do then if you have a house or what kind of car you drive. ’ I don’t think it’s important but for them it’s important.” Armen believes that women place too much value on the material things and tells the story of a wealthy acquaintance of his who he says, “women like and respect because he’s rich.” “But,” he qualifies, “all the guys know he’s not a good guy.” “Am I right? “Yes.” “When you see this kind of stuff you grow cold inside.” “Would you go out with a girl without a job or a home or a car? They attend parties and events and their close friends are Armenian.