I have dated guys from diff backgrounds eg: Europeans and Asians, though I find my culture alittle bit closer to his, I can't help noticing the difference. But sometimes his behaviour can be abit hard to adjust to.
We both love each other and he's been talking about marriage and stuff. Am very confused and he says he needs some time to "expose the truth" to his parents.
Consider the more pragmatic bonuses of the good life.
As our private driver escorted us, twelve African American women, past the magnificent dancing fountain and up the circular driveway bustling with Maseratis, Lamborghinis and Ferraris, visions of ‘lifestyles of the rich and famous’ danced in our heads.
Like any excited group of tourists, we launched a mini photo shoot next to the Burj sign, giving seductive poses in our skin-tight club dresses.
Hello, am a Malaysian girl of Chinese descent who is currently dating a Jordanian guy of Palestinian descent for a year in Dubai.
I was wondering what are the dating culture like for Jordanians?
She has sipped cocktails in the Maldives, jet-skied in Kuwait and seen Australia from the cockpit of a private aircraft.
Yet the 30-year-old beautician has barely had to part with a penny.
Work hard, take risks, maybe build your own business. Of course, there's another highly traditional path to acquiring wealth that isn't talked about quite as much these days: Marry money. As in not a mere millionaire (a dime a dozen these days) but an honest-to-goodness billionaire - make that 10 figures after the dollar sign, please.
True, it's not politically correct to go hunting for a marital meal ticket (or for that matter, to write about it).
Where wealth and materialism are glorified, sexuality and the objectification of women are not far behind.
Our story begins at the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, at celebrity hot spot Armani Prive.
Natalie signed up to a dating agency with a difference.