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Samba in the rain!
Do you remember Jessica Lopes and Gabi Valle from these two videos http://goo.gl/e0IhN and http://goo.gl/t04iW I posted some weeks ago?

Well, I tell you that both girls are stoic, heroic, and hardworking. They are practicing as hard as they can to give the World the best Samba dancing you can watch in Carnival; no matter if that means wearing a short dress in a rainy night in Rio in a technical rehearsal.
What are planning to do to reward them, guys? Jessica is at 0:27 and Gabi at 2:15.




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02-02-2012 11:32 PM
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Luvianka,

I find it very amusing how you seem to be really into Brazilian culture (well, especially when it envolves Brazilian women Idea)

How many times have you been to the place? How do you find the culture there compares to Mexico?

I'm spending a few days in LA, in a Mexican neighbourhood where everyone talks Spanish to me. I can't help but find similarities in many ways. I think if I ever go to Mexico (and I really want to) I'll be feeling pretty much at home.

What is your say?

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02-02-2012 11:41 PM
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(02-02-2012 11:41 PM)Amour Fou Wrote:  Luvianka,

I find it very amusing how you seem to be really into Brazilian culture (well, especially when it envolves Brazilian women Idea)

How many times have you been to the place? How do you find the culture there compares to Mexico?

I'm spending a few days in LA, in a Mexican neighbourhood where everyone talks Spanish to me. I can't help but find similarities in many ways. I think if I ever go to Mexico (and I really want to) I'll be feeling pretty much at home.

What is your say?

I have been twice to Brazil. The first time I went to Brazil was as a tourist to be at Carnival Season. Two years later I was on a business trip in January. A Brazilian Chinese guy hired us to assemble a complicated international joint venture (a Mexican-Brazilian-Chinese funded project). When we arrived to Brazil, the guy told us that the whole project aborted, but he planned to relaunch it any time soon. Then he told us: ‘Hey, spend this week in Rio, anyway, accommodation is already paid off. My company picked up the tab. Call you back in two weeks when you are back in Mexico. Enjoy!’ We are still waiting his call.
I liked Brazil very much. As a Latin American guy when you go to Cuba or Brazil you feel that the Subcontinent has still some hope. Yes, Brazil has a lot of problems, but it also has a huge potential: Agriculture, Aeronautics, Nuclear Energy, Biofuel, Oil, Industry, Planned Cities, etc. However, the thing I liked the most from Brazil was its mixed culture: European-Amerindian-Black. This culture and its Portuguese speaking make Brazil to stand by itself among Latin American countries. As a Brazilian you are going to find many similarities with Mexicans.
Extended families are still the basic unit of society.
A basic ‘macho’ society is still the predominant cultural core of the country.
Mexicans just look for any excuse to party as Brazilians do.
Mexicans are warm.
Mexicans, in general, are very friendly with Brazilians. Why? Because a huge number of Brazilians soccer players have played in Mexico over the last 50 years. Among the best 20 players of all Mexican soccer’s history, half of them are Brazilians, and most of them moved to Mexico permanently. So, people regard Brazil and Brazilians to soccer. Although, in the seventies and mid eighties some kind of rivalry rose between Mexico and Brazil (at least in Mexico’s collective mind). The two countries were competing to be the leading voice in Latin America. But not anymore, we lost in a blowout.
The biggest difference you are going to find is that at some point Mexicans tend to be very passive, even at partying. Mexican women don’t have the casual and carefree sensuality of Brazilian women. They tend to be submissive, and reserved. So when I watched those ‘garotas’ in Rio, I just couldn’t believe my eyes watching that never ending parade of semi naked (and naked) Blondes, Brunettes and Mulattoes dancing out of control.

With God's help, I'll conquer this terrible affliction.

By way of deception, thou shalt game women.

Diaboli virtus in lumbar est -The Devil's virtue is in his loins.
02-03-2012 12:39 AM
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(02-03-2012 12:39 AM)Luvianka Wrote:  
(02-02-2012 11:41 PM)Amour Fou Wrote:  Luvianka,

I find it very amusing how you seem to be really into Brazilian culture (well, especially when it envolves Brazilian women Idea)

How many times have you been to the place? How do you find the culture there compares to Mexico?

I'm spending a few days in LA, in a Mexican neighbourhood where everyone talks Spanish to me. I can't help but find similarities in many ways. I think if I ever go to Mexico (and I really want to) I'll be feeling pretty much at home.

What is your say?

I have been twice to Brazil. The first time I went to Brazil was as a tourist to be at Carnival Season. Two years later I was on a business trip in January. A Brazilian Chinese guy hired us to assemble a complicated international joint venture (a Mexican-Brazilian-Chinese funded project). When we arrived to Brazil, the guy told us that the whole project aborted, but he planned to relaunch it any time soon. Then he told us: ‘Hey, spend this week in Rio, anyway, accommodation is already paid off. My company picked up the tab. Call you back in two weeks when you are back in Mexico. Enjoy!’ We are still waiting his call.
I liked Brazil very much. As a Latin American guy when you go to Cuba or Brazil you feel that the Subcontinent has still some hope. Yes, Brazil has a lot of problems, but it also has a huge potential: Agriculture, Aeronautics, Nuclear Energy, Biofuel, Oil, Industry, Planned Cities, etc. However, the thing I liked the most from Brazil was its mixed culture: European-Amerindian-Black. This culture and its Portuguese speaking make Brazil to stand by itself among Latin American countries. As a Brazilian you are going to find many similarities with Mexicans.
Extended families are still the basic unit of society.
A basic ‘macho’ society is still the predominant cultural core of the country.
Mexicans just look for any excuse to party as Brazilians do.
Mexicans are warm.
Mexicans, in general, are very friendly with Brazilians. Why? Because a huge number of Brazilians soccer players have played in Mexico over the last 50 years. Among the best 20 players of all Mexican soccer’s history, half of them are Brazilians, and most of them moved to Mexico permanently. So, people regard Brazil and Brazilians to soccer. Although, in the seventies and mid eighties some kind of rivalry rose between Mexico and Brazil (at least in Mexico’s collective mind). The two countries were competing to be the leading voice in Latin America. But not anymore, we lost in a blowout.
The biggest difference you are going to find is that at some point Mexicans tend to be very passive, even at partying. Mexican women don’t have the casual and carefree sensuality of Brazilian women. They tend to be submissive, and reserved. So when I watched those ‘garotas’ in Rio, I just couldn’t believe my eyes watching that never ending parade of semi naked (and naked) Blondes, Brunettes and Mulattoes dancing out of control.

Your reaction is very common. I've witnessed foreigners from more "traditional" or even "repressive" countries going completely crazy over Brazil.

(I remember sharing a small public transport van on Copacabana shore with a group of 5 drunken crazy Indian dudes completely losing it. They were completely crazy about the carefree environment and the girls. They even started hitting on the girl that was with me at the time -that didn't last long!-. I also remember this crazy French guy that was having the time of his life just because he was able to walk the streets without a shirt and pee completely carefree on a tree while he was drinking beer on the streets... If these freedoms are ever lost it will be Brazil's downfall!)

But tell me: how is Mexico nowadays? I remember hearing some time ago that it was dangerous to travel around there, drug traffic, gangs and all... basically the same crap I hear all the time from my country, that in the end of the day doesn't affect me personally that much.

And even though the women are reserved, are they still easy to bed with some skill? I'm not talking about a fuckfest, just some reasonable partying...

Also: i'm very interested on the native amerindian communities in Mexico. I have a Mexican acquintance back home who is an authentic Aztec shaman! How is amerindian/shamanic culture preserved over there?

You see, all I know is ball, and good, and...
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02-03-2012 01:03 AM
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Great video
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02-03-2012 01:35 AM
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Your reaction is very common. I've witnessed foreigners from more "traditional" or even "repressive" countries going completely crazy over Brazil.

(I remember sharing a small public transport van on Copacabana shore with a group of 5 drunken crazy Indian dudes completely losing it. They were completely crazy about the carefree environment and the girls. They even started hitting on the girl that was with me at the time -that didn't last long!-. I also remember this crazy French guy that was having the time of his life just because he was able to walk the streets without a shirt and pee completely carefree on a tree while he was drinking beer on the streets... If these freedoms are ever lost it will be Brazil's downfall!)

But tell me: how is Mexico nowadays? I remember hearing some time ago that it was dangerous to travel around there, drug traffic, gangs and all... basically the same crap I hear all the time from my country, that in the end of the day doesn't affect me personally that much.

And even though the women are reserved, are they still easy to bed with some skill? I'm not talking about a fuckfest, just some reasonable partying...

Also: i'm very interested on the native amerindian communities in Mexico. I have a Mexican acquintance back home who is an authentic Aztec shaman! How is amerindian/shamanic culture preserved over there?


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With the basic game skills you can bed a Mexican girl. In general, Mexican women are not that bad, you are not going to find a misandrist culture among them. Problem is that American food culture has penetrated deep in the country and now we're facing a fat epidemic.

Unfortunately the violence levels are now at the top in Mexico. American imposed on its Mexican counterpart a Drug on Wars in the same fashion as in Colombia in the 80s. The toll? 50,000 dead souls and counting in the last 5 years. I just hope this bloodshed is worth and now the streets of every American city are clean of drugs. Anyway, I strongly recommend you not to visit Mexico these days, also the Northern States (Tamaulipas, Nuevo León, Chihuahua, Sonora, Zacatecas).

Finally, if you want to come to Cancún, Los Cabos, Cozumel, Isla Mujeres or Manzanillo you are going to have such a great time, but you are going to get the wrong idea about Mexico. These are Gringo towns, full packed of American, Canadian and, in some seasons, of European tourists. Accomodation is expensive but sex is cheap.

With God's help, I'll conquer this terrible affliction.

By way of deception, thou shalt game women.

Diaboli virtus in lumbar est -The Devil's virtue is in his loins.
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Ciudad de Mexico is in the middle of the chaos its ok to go?

I've met a few Mexicans in Sao Paulo and they all seemed to be cool guys

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02-03-2012 12:26 PM
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(02-03-2012 12:26 PM)Mr.GM Wrote:  Ciudad de Mexico is in the middle of the chaos its ok to go?

I've met a few Mexicans in Sao Paulo and they all seemed to be cool guys

Yes, it's fine, relatively safe.

With God's help, I'll conquer this terrible affliction.

By way of deception, thou shalt game women.

Diaboli virtus in lumbar est -The Devil's virtue is in his loins.
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