She posted a picture recently of her in a bra. You can only see her head and shoulders but in the description, she describes it as a "naked selfie" and goes on to explain that after the picture was taken, she was completely nude. Three desperate horndogs replied about how hot she is.
I mean, get real. That's not remotely hot. She's not an attractive woman. She wasn't an attractive woman in her prime, let alone at 35. Never underestimate male desperation.
What a disasterous life she's had.
Career-wise she went from working in a bank in some kind of young executive fasttrack thing to assistant managing a start up company that runs "urban" music events. Or something. Before that, she worked in some small wholesaler for video games. That one at least made sense.
Socially, she's got nothing. It would appear that she's never had anything. Sure, a lot of dudes have hit it and quit it, as the young people say, but she seems to have had no lasting relationships.
As for her dreams of leaving the US, that dream is over. She still sometimes travels abroad but it's not happening. She had a nice life in California and she threw it all away to ##### across Europe (and Israel) desperately looking for some dude to marry her but didn't get it done.
A year after I met her, I sent her an email posing as a curious Nigel fanatic. "Did you really meet him? What's he like? He says that you're a skank." She replied that she did meet him, he's really quiet, and she felt bad about how things went because he was a nice guy. But he was really quiet. Like, really quiet.
Well, that's how it goes, Ms Wang. You make choices in life. The guy who was too quiet for you still lives in the UK, makes £500 a day, and has a ladyfriend of 10 years. But you said, "No, this guy's too quiet."
People make compromises. I found P Wang to be really loud, obnoxious, uncouth, and generally unpleasant. And unattractive to boot. But I would give people a chance. This mentality was rarely returned.
Most women just go from one guy to the next, always looking for something better. And it's desperate guys who facilitate this. It gives women the illusion of unlimited choice. The the next thing you know, you're 35, making $20,000 a year, living in a rat-infested apartment in Brooklyn, and taking bra self-portraits with your bird like some kind of pirate whose brain has become ravaged with syphilis. That's karma.
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