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The ones you see online are the same ones you see offline.So if you're one to harbor reservations about seriously dating a guy you met on Grindr, is it because you don't think anyone decent (excluding you) could possibly be found on Grindr?I didn't really know him from Fernando, Alejandro or Gonzalo, but we bonded anyway over the course of my first few B. When we hung out a few days later, we had our first-ever conversation in Spanish, and it was like talking to a different guy.The years hadn't changed him (or his love for the Carpenters). Among the things I learned that day: Work colleagues aside, he didn't associate with anyone who wasn't family, so spending time with me was his version of really going out on a limb.
He was totally fine with that, which didn't make him any less of a lovely guy, but had I known that once we'd gotten over the language barrier, we'd have so little in common, we probably never would have made it to our second date. If you're looking for a nice American boy, try finding him abroad.It's not just a novelty thing among those who can only dream of America.I can't remember ever hearing a gay man outside the U. who spent time living or traveling there having anything negative to say about the country or the people in it, unless he was American.He avoided traveling by car because he thought of them as being generally unsafe.
He hated traveling period because, well, what was the point?During my first trip to Buenos Aires, I met a guy named Martín whose grasp of English was well below rudimentary.