Sincerely looking for good manner,well-edcated gentleman, 180cm+, 35+. NO SP/ SL is welcome.





  • hi





    i'm 198cm


    210lbs


    1st degree in PHd


    well manner


    35+


    not sl / sp



  • Good day Kylie





    I dare say men that fits your criteria do not frequent this site, and those who does could not win your favor. See this is a board filled with men looking for free lunch, or those who do not have a decent job that require full concentration, none of these would interest you in the long run correct?





    Regarding education, I regard those who has good command of a langauge as being well educated. Look around, a thread topic that does not have any grammatical error is rare.





    Nevertheless, good luck. Fate has her funny way of working.





    V




  • Good day V





    Thanks so much for your kind concern. ! You are absolutely right, grammatical error are always happened here.





    How about you ? How to describe yourself ?



  • grammatical errors...of course....because everyone is trying to type at 200 wpm and also chatting to many people at the same time...msn, she...yahoo....haha



  • Kylie:





    I am not your target audience, for I am married and have yet to reach the age of 35.





    I am reading all these because I am looking for friends. Not for free lunch of course (nothing is free) but for communication. People could only live once, it's by making friends that bring more meaning to life.





    Sorry for being a bit long-winded there.





    Man: Good point.



  • Yeah, too many busy people around us !



  • V,





    Not at all. People chat here can make friends like you said, not only stress on target something. Agreed your point of view !




  • hi kylie



  • hmmm okie.





    It's nice to see that your thread is attracting more and more people, good thing indeed.





    So what's your story? From your requirements I persume that you are looking for potential husband?



  • V,





    It's too early to judge! Actually I prefer to make more friends or chat groups first. I quite like to make friendship and will see. It's really too early to say 'potential huaband' !!



  • agreed.





    So are you at work now? or are you at home?


    From your tone I am guessing you had studied overseas for at least a few years?



  • I'm on leave. and how about you ? working ? you seems not that busy so that you can chat around.



  • Dear Kylie and V,





    It's nice to see two nice individuals here ... may I join the chat?





    D



  • on leave on a Monday, how nice.





    No I am not busy at the moment, I am a consultant, when no one bother me with their problems my only worries are some silly and mundane tasks



  • D, you are more than welcomed. and I am sure K would welcome you likewise.



  • V,





    How lucky you are ! No wonder get so many spare time to chat !!



  • Great ... thanks, V ...



  • Kylie, Luck could be a double edged swrod. I had been doing this fore a year now and it rapidly getting broing....



  • So D, what's your story?



  • D, I agreed with V.



  • Hi everyone~





    Hope I am not disturbing you guys.



  • hmmm ... my story ... boring boring boring ...





    working in the financial sector ... alone in Hong Kong ... taking a break now ...



  • Ah D, perhaps you ventured here because you met K's criteria?


    (Kylie: wink alart wink) ha ha ha



  • Nah ... just that I found you two chatting in a tone that I do appreciate ...



  • ah, a like-minded person who appreciate the fine art of language....


    oh wait that made me sound like a 50 years old silver head....





    ah, someone who use proper english ^_^


    (wait wait that smily face is a bit childish)





    good! Good!





    anyway, you mentioned you are alone in Hongkong, where are you form?



  • V,





    You've got quite good sense of humour!< (Kylie: wink alart wink) >



  • yes, proper English ... people don't even communicate with proper Chinese nowadays ... and they surely don't kow how to spell the word 'manner' ...





    and may be I am the 50 years old silver head ... haha





    I should have said that I am back in Hong Kong ... I was born here but I have spent most of my life in US.



  • D,





    You said you spent most of your life in US, mind to tell me why you returned to HK ?



  • Kylie : thank you for your copliment, I do try ^^





    D: fitting back in would be a challenge. I spent 4 years in Australia, came back, lost all my friends, can't talk the local lingo... but then that was already nearly 10 years ago.





    However, money talks ^
    ^ and local ppl love that lingo ^_^



  • V,





    You are welcome, my pleasure!


    Do you really think "money talks" ?



  • Kylie, well ... for the most obvious reason ... work ... haha





    V, well it's been more than 10 years that I have been back ... and I am fine with that now ... that's why I treasure 'manner' and 'politeness' so much



  • D, agreed your point of view "manner" and "politeness" can't be so easy to experience nowadays.



  • I think when Money talks, many listen.... that doesn't sound right ^^





    but anyway, yea. It isn't everything but it could make ordinary things into spectaculars.





    For example: a romantic dinner (rich: candle light, poor: local park), a guy present a bunch of flowers (rich: 100, poor: 11) and then follow up with a paper folded one (rich gold fold paper, poor: plain)


    Equally romantic perhaps, but money make it spectacular



  • Kylie, yes ... very true ... I was complained by some friends of mine for not using Cantonese foul language!



  • (FYI:廣東話維基百科


    http://zh-yue.wikipedia.org/wiki/)



  • hmmm V ... I was inclined to agree but yet I have a problem convincing myself ...





    Will the 'candle light' version always win? Will '11' always mean more than '100'? ... It all depends on the receiving side ... I did know someone finds 'candle light' a bit pretentious ...





    So I guess the beauty of money is 'you have the freedom and power to choose' but yet '11' and 'local park' may be the answer sometimes ... haha



  • v1337 replied @ 2007-07-23 3:16 pm





    Good day Kylie





    I dare say men that fits your criteria do not frequent this site, and those who does could not win your favor. See this is a board filled with men looking for free lunch, or those who do not have a decent job that require full concentration, none of these would interest you in the long run correct?





    Regarding education, I regard those who has good command of a langauge as being well educated. Look around, a thread topic that does not have any grammatical error is rare.





    Nevertheless, good luck. Fate has her funny way of working.











    Your English is damn good !! hahaha!




  • V, It happens everyday, everywhere in HK. What a world !





    D, Poor you are ! Regret to knows that !! Do you think that they are really good friend of yours ?



  • Man, thank you, I do put in the effort to polish my words ^^





    D, yes, money gives you the options. For certain local girls, bragging one of their favorite sport... 111 beats 11 as a bragging topic.



  • So much discussion going on... Ah PRESSSSURE....





    BTW "V" it aint always true, but i'v got to agree in some circumstances.







  • BIO: yes it ain't always true. but the thought of having a range of options is a bliss



  • Well what can i say........ I guess







  • I wish you all can have a casual chat here instead !



  • ... I think I might be stealing the spot light here from Kylie.... better stay quiet till she comes back.....





    (sorry kyle >_



  • HAHA when are you plannin for a concert in HK, Kylie.........?





    Opps man me bad........ I thought you were ah Kylie Manouge =P



  • May I know if V and D around ?



  • Still here ...



  • D, Are you busy then ?



  • Not really, just enjoying my coffee ... haha


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