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It’s pretty obvious at this point in the article that cold approach pickup is non-existent here (other than the handful of clubs at Saigon).
If you’re already in Vietnam, then you only need to leave your hotel room.in the romanticized, classic sense of the word, when they start acting like the classic 1950’s uptight jealous wife, giving you a slap in the face for even seeing you walking (or riding motorbike with) another girl.Either that or an emotion fueled shouting battle, turning up some much-needed intensity in relationships.While it is trippy to experience dynamics as they were in the 50’s, the girl will not hesitate to get vicious, and that includes sleeping with other men or seriously fucking your shit up at home.It makes shaking the “player persona” a tempting route but the dynamic does make you into more of a man regardless of your approach.But for a player like myself this is an absolutely no no proposal.
It is also bit of a culture shock to see them put up a wall right when things could have gotten interesting.
In modern regions such as North America, Europe, or Singapore, women have learned to put up “shields” over their true personalities as they grow to be an adult.
When talking to a western chick, a guy has to cut through shield after shield just to get at the root of a girl’s true feminine side before being able to take control. Vietnamese girls will attempt to lie or hide feelings you will always know where you stand with her, giving you an upper hand.
Of course, your true goal are always your own and you shouldn’t feel like acting like a white night if you don’t want too.
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Around 99% of are regular Vietnamese girls, and 1% are hookers. Just setup a profile with 3-4 pictures, be friendly and just casually ask if they would like to meet up for a coffee or dinner when you land. Just set up a number of dates and you will be fine. Even though Vietnam is considered South East Asia, and thought of in the same boat with the likes of Thailand or Indonesia, the country has far more in common with China than those regions.