TomHill… well, who is Gay Gordon? I’ll design it for you and put it up on my link there! Haha… who is that? Y’know the slang, “to ride someone”, means to have sex! And it’s a play on words, of course… since you ride a horse… hmm… maybe I’ll make a shirt that says, “Save a Scooter, Ride a Westerner”. HAHA… now THAT would be gold. But it would be in Chinese, of course. Time to be racist! YES. (Except that, Western actually means a variety of people who grew up in the West, 西方人.) Maybe I should use the all-encompassing, “外國人” - “foreigner”. Hehe…
Tycoon… you can’t use this statistic: “Last year 25 percent of marriages involving a Taiwanese male, some 40,000 according to government statistics, were to a foreign woman…,” to back up the allegation that Taiwanese women jump all over “foreigners”! It’s not the same statistic. You should’ve said, “Taiwanese men jump all over foreign women,” or something of that sort. (Well, I’m glad that we aren’t flaming each other here. Just some friendly debating.)
Ohh… I never said Taiwanese guys don’t go to other countries to pursue females. However, if you ever saw examples of the Taiwanese guys who live here and are married to spouses that are not Taiwanese - you’ll see why they had to go abroad to find a mate. (Not implying that they mistreat their wives or are evil - other reasons.) The women agree to go to Taiwan for mostly economic reasons, obviously. Now, I’m not saying that tonnes of Western guys come to Asia to “ride”, but I’m saying that many do. I’m also saying that of those that come to live in Asia, a great number aren’t looking for steady relationships (at least at first).
So… you are saying that many Taiwanese females are attracted to you, eh?
Actually, it’s ironic that so many Taiwanese guys have to look abroad for marriage (remembering that men are like parking spaces, of course)… because amongst the Overseas Chinese communities, there’s the hearsay that Taiwan has a greater female population than men, and that it’s not hard to find a partner for marriage on this island. [And speaking from personal experience, in Taiwan, I have met many females around the age of 30 who are not married and have no prospects. In fact, many of them are past their mid-30s and seem like they’re not going to ever get married. It’s their own choice, sure - but is it really what they want? Now, I could be meeting these type of people (that I hardly ever met in Toronto, Canada) for one or both of the following reasons; I’m a couple of years away from 30 myself, and it could just be that my age means I’m meeting people at this age group, for who it’s not an abnormal phenomenon, regardless of country - or it could be because I teach English, and all the ladies at head office choose this type of lifestyle, or it’s such a type of personality that doesn’t/can’t find a partner and works in a school organization.] Hmm… very peculiar.
Mick… nice shirts, yes. The website is pretty cool, actually, and so easy to use. Even though I might have my cock up my ass - didn’t you enjoy reading all I’ve wrote?!