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(01-24-2017 03:54 PM)naughtynomad Wrote:  
(01-24-2017 11:22 AM)tegabanega Wrote:  your not going to have sex with a tunisian girl if you are not a muslim unless she lives outside tunisia.

False. Flag captured Wink

Lol. Rare to see someone get clocked this badly on RVF.

I also did everything but screw a Tunisian girl I first met in Tunis. Didn't get the flag but her father and brothers and probably other villagers certainly would have been irate had they known what we did.
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(01-24-2017 08:40 AM)naughtynomad Wrote:  As promised, I've written a 1000 word+ plus data sheet on Tunis. Here it is.

Hope this helps. Thank you for everybody who supplied me with info, especially Cicero. +1 buddy. It was a successful siege!

If anybody has any other questions on the city let me know Wink

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Nice report , Yes Tunisian girls are definitely the most beautiful north African girls by far. Also i agree that Tunisian have the most european look between arabs countries with darker features ( kind of italians)


I will be in Tunisia from 19 july to 09 august if someone is there.
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http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-41278610

Good news for wife-hunters, you no longer have to convert to Islam if you want to legally marry a local.

Getting her family on board would be another issue.

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Planning a trip now to north africa and europe now. Especially want to spend time in Tunisia. Have mainly spent time in the americas in my life, but have also been through eastern europe a bit before. PM me if interested in meeting up.
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Hey all. I'm part Tunisian, but was born and raised in the US. For the past few years I've visited the country pretty regularly and even ended up living there for nearly half a year last year. If any of you need help or advice with anything regarding the country feel free to write or ask me. I feel that I know it well enough to be an authority figure about it more or less. More importantly though, I feel it is a potential goldmine and I've have had some insanely crazy success stories there. Someday eventually I'm planning to post a giant comprehensive data sheet about it, but the data sheet will basically be a book and take me a long time to write, so it isn't a priority for me at the moment. Until I create that new sheet/thread though, feel free to contact me here in the meantime.
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I'm very interested in North Africa. How does Tunisia compare with its neighbouring countries? I find a lot of the north african arabic women to be very well spirited. Good personality, average looks, very homely / feminine (vs cynical cheap slut feminists)
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(04-11-2019 05:03 AM)Joeno Wrote:  I'm very interested in North Africa. How does Tunisia compare with its neighbouring countries? I find a lot of the north african arabic women to be very well spirited. Good personality, average looks, very homely / feminine (vs cynical cheap slut feminists)

You have enough informations in the thread. Take time to read it .

But just to summurize , Tunisia is bit different than neighbors , Tunisia in unique in terms of looks and culture (of course if you know where to go)

- Tunisians are not religious in average , you will hear that they are proud to be muslum but really few percentage practice the religion . which makes girls more open sexually than neighbors .

- Tunisians girls are also better looking than neighbors ( its a mix of arab-italian look) , people in Tunisia dress very well. Culture of dressing is over gym culture there.

- Tunisians party a lot , you can pretty much go any day of the week and you will find people in bars,lougnes , clubs . but of course weekend have more people.

- Best citcies for nightlife ( ghammarth - carthage - marsa : all those are capital subrubs) , if you wanna try other spot rather than capital : hammamet , sousse , djerba. ( Many Tunisians avoid partying in hammamet and souse in summer because many creeppy algerians come to chase tunisians girls ( even though that never work for them))

- Best citcies for day game : sidibou sid.

I prefer stay in capital subrubs than going to hammamet souse djerba ( djerba is ibiza of africa though , pretty popular destination)


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(04-11-2019 05:03 AM)Joeno Wrote:  I'm very interested in North Africa. How does Tunisia compare with its neighbouring countries? I find a lot of the north african arabic women to be very well spirited. Good personality, average looks, very homely / feminine (vs cynical cheap slut feminists)

True. But the problem is they often ask you to convert to Islam when the relation is becoming more serious.
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(04-11-2019 09:52 AM)AlexWW Wrote:  
(04-11-2019 05:03 AM)Joeno Wrote:  I'm very interested in North Africa. How does Tunisia compare with its neighbouring countries? I find a lot of the north african arabic women to be very well spirited. Good personality, average looks, very homely / feminine (vs cynical cheap slut feminists)

True. But the problem is they often ask you to convert to Islam when the relation is becoming more serious.

Depends where , I never felt in a muslim country when i was in Tunisi capital subrubs that i have named. Girls tend to be open minded but to the point to be slut feminisit that i see everyday in US/Canada.

i HEARD Some others citcies in Tunisia to be me more conservative/religious like Marocco /algeria neighbor . But to be honnest , i didnt see that by my eyes
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Do you guys think that Tunisia would be a good place to study French, if so do you know of any French language programs for foreigners?

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(04-11-2019 03:22 PM)scotian Wrote:  Do you guys think that Tunisia would be a good place to study French, if so do you know of any French language programs for foreigners?

You are going to Tunisia to study French? I'm not certain about the logic. Are you going on vacation and learning french or is learning French your goal.

Tunis does have lots of private institution that should cover that but I'm not certain of the quality.

The french consulate is very influential there, though. If you ask them for references they might help. There is also French Institute of Tunisia (http://www.institutfrancais-tunisie.com)
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^ I've actually thought about doing something similar. It sounds more fun to learn French in a place like Tunisia than in France. The culture is more exotic for a Westerner, there are less tourists, girls are more receptive, guys are more likely to be bros, and it's cheaper too.
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(04-11-2019 03:37 PM)Borges Wrote:  ^ I've actually thought about doing something similar. It sounds more fun to learn French in a place like Tunisia than in France. The culture is more exotic for a Westerner, there are less tourists, girls are more receptive, guys are more likely to be bros, and it's cheaper too.

That's why I asked him about details. I'm not suggesting France to learn French. However, Tunisia is a non-functional-unstable country. It is "fine" for a couple months but you can't live there if you are used to western amenities.
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(04-11-2019 04:21 PM)lookslikeit Wrote:  
(04-11-2019 03:37 PM)Borges Wrote:  ^ I've actually thought about doing something similar. It sounds more fun to learn French in a place like Tunisia than in France. The culture is more exotic for a Westerner, there are less tourists, girls are more receptive, guys are more likely to be bros, and it's cheaper too.

That's why I asked him about details. I'm not suggesting France to learn French. However, Tunisia is a non-functional-unstable country. It is "fine" for a couple months but you can't live there if you are used to western amenities.

Out of curiosity, which country would you suggest?
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(04-11-2019 04:21 PM)lookslikeit Wrote:  
(04-11-2019 03:37 PM)Borges Wrote:  ^ I've actually thought about doing something similar. It sounds more fun to learn French in a place like Tunisia than in France. The culture is more exotic for a Westerner, there are less tourists, girls are more receptive, guys are more likely to be bros, and it's cheaper too.

That's why I asked him about details. I'm not suggesting France to learn French. However, Tunisia is a non-functional-unstable country. It is "fine" for a couple months but you can't live there if you are used to western amenities.

I already speak French fluently but am rusty so want to practice in order to pass the DELF for work purposes (I’m Canadian), it would probably just be 4-6 weeks so not long term. I have experience living in violent third worl shit holes so I’m not too worried about it being unstable although getting shot by a Jihadist would probably suck.

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(04-11-2019 09:30 PM)scotian Wrote:  
(04-11-2019 04:21 PM)lookslikeit Wrote:  
(04-11-2019 03:37 PM)Borges Wrote:  ^ I've actually thought about doing something similar. It sounds more fun to learn French in a place like Tunisia than in France. The culture is more exotic for a Westerner, there are less tourists, girls are more receptive, guys are more likely to be bros, and it's cheaper too.

That's why I asked him about details. I'm not suggesting France to learn French. However, Tunisia is a non-functional-unstable country. It is "fine" for a couple months but you can't live there if you are used to western amenities.

I already speak French fluently but am rusty so want to practice in order to pass the DELF for work purposes (I’m Canadian), it would probably just be 4-6 weeks so not long term. I have experience living in violent third worl shit holes so I’m not too worried about it being unstable although getting shot by a Jihadist would probably suck.

You'll not get shot by a Jihadist in Tunisia. The probability of getting mugged is pretty low too. There was a few terrorist incidents but far less than France or the USA. Should you give it a shot, send me a PM.
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(04-11-2019 09:33 AM)casa-nostra Wrote:  You have enough informations in the thread. Take time to read it .

But just to summurize , Tunisia is bit different than neighbors , Tunisia in unique in terms of looks and culture (of course if you know where to go)

- Tunisians are not religious in average , you will hear that they are proud to be muslum but really few percentage practice the religion . which makes girls more open sexually than neighbors .

- Tunisians girls are also better looking than neighbors ( its a mix of arab-italian look) , people in Tunisia dress very well. Culture of dressing is over gym culture there.

- Tunisians party a lot , you can pretty much go any day of the week and you will find people in bars,lougnes , clubs . but of course weekend have more people.

- Best citcies for nightlife ( ghammarth - carthage - marsa : all those are capital subrubs) , if you wanna try other spot rather than capital : hammamet , sousse , djerba. ( Many Tunisians avoid partying in hammamet and souse in summer because many creeppy algerians come to chase tunisians girls ( even though that never work for them))

- Best citcies for day game : sidibou sid.

I prefer stay in capital subrubs than going to hammamet souse djerba ( djerba is ibiza of africa though , pretty popular destination)


if you need bars-lougnes names just pm me.

I heard some people say Tunisian girls are less open to foreigners than Moroccans. Is it true?

Also how is safety / standard of living in Tunis for foreigners compared to say Marrakech?

I think daygame in a Muslim country is not a good idea.
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(04-12-2019 07:17 AM)Joeno Wrote:  
(04-11-2019 09:33 AM)casa-nostra Wrote:  You have enough informations in the thread. Take time to read it .

But just to summurize , Tunisia is bit different than neighbors , Tunisia in unique in terms of looks and culture (of course if you know where to go)

- Tunisians are not religious in average , you will hear that they are proud to be muslum but really few percentage practice the religion . which makes girls more open sexually than neighbors .

- Tunisians girls are also better looking than neighbors ( its a mix of arab-italian look) , people in Tunisia dress very well. Culture of dressing is over gym culture there.

- Tunisians party a lot , you can pretty much go any day of the week and you will find people in bars,lougnes , clubs . but of course weekend have more people.

- Best citcies for nightlife ( ghammarth - carthage - marsa : all those are capital subrubs) , if you wanna try other spot rather than capital : hammamet , sousse , djerba. ( Many Tunisians avoid partying in hammamet and souse in summer because many creeppy algerians come to chase tunisians girls ( even though that never work for them))

- Best citcies for day game : sidibou sid.

I prefer stay in capital subrubs than going to hammamet souse djerba ( djerba is ibiza of africa though , pretty popular destination)


if you need bars-lougnes names just pm me.

I heard some people say Tunisian girls are less open to foreigners than Moroccans. Is it true?

Also how is safety / standard of living in Tunis for foreigners compared to say Marrakech?

I think daygame in a Muslim country is not a good idea.

You guys, all of you, confuse Tunisia to most Muslim countries , this is not irak , not syria , not marroco, egypt ... it is different. People in average are not religious.

Open minded to Foreigners : Depends from where is the foregin , Yes Tunisians girls are more picky than marrocans but the quality comes with ( Tunisians girls are hotter than marrocans , its not even comparable) Example : Tunisians girls rarely hangout with algerians , those last years , since tunisians currency dropped , many algerians guys came to chase Tunisians girls ( girls in Algeria are ugly and too conservative) However , it never work for them but they still come again. Lets also say that Algerian have bad reputation in Tunisia.

Key to attract Tunisian girls : Dreeeees well ( as i said culture of dressing is bigger than gym culture) , casual/profesionnel looks works better than bad boy look (bad boy look is seen as creepy in Tunisia) , and if you speak english use that (most tourists in Tunisia are French speaker , or european english speakers ) so coming from North America would be so exotic for them . Tunisians have average basic in english (Like france or italy i would say) speaking french a bit would help.
Tinder works pretty well in Tunisia , step to do , invit her for a coffe first date , establish the trust . and second date go to a bar club (Tunisians drink a lot) , make her drunk and close.

You will have more sexual resistance in marroco than Tunisia , since its more religious there.


- safety /stability : Tunisia has been one of the most stable countries in the world all time over , after the famous revolution ( Tunisia had two terrorist attacks , but since 4-5 years now , nothing happends , Tunisia is more safe than France-Usa now) economy was stronger before ,currency dropped a lot , which is good to tourists ( a Tunisian dinar was w equal to canadian dollars 9 years ago , now its 2.3 ... so its the best moment for cheap tourism)

- Tunisia to learn french : most of tunisians speak french pretty well( go to "la marsa" , there are schools for only french speakers there)

-daygame : sidibou sid works for some guys i know , do indirect approch , play it lost. Again Tunisians girls are more classy , aggressive game works less. If you do it well , they are easy.

- Standard of living compared to marroco : Tunisia and marroco where the two main north africans destinations for european tourists ( i was surprised that in North America , people knows marroco more than Tunisia). The difference is that , Marroco is more for seightseeing and Tunisia is more for having fun /partying .
Lets say after the revoltion , Marroco took the leads for years . but those two last years , many europeans start to come back to Tunisia.

Very important : since currency dropped in Tunisia last years , you will spend almost half than you will spend in Marroco. (that wasnt the case before)


- This is a gold mine country that many players are not aware of.
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casa-nostra: Are you from Tunisia? How much time did you spend here? When was the last time you visited?

Also: Tunisia is highly unstable right now. I'll not advise against visiting it, I think tourists will be overall safe. But you should be ready to leave ship at any moment.
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(04-12-2019 10:27 AM)lookslikeit Wrote:  casa-nostra: Are you from Tunisia? How much time did you spend here? When was the last time you visited?

Also: Tunisia is highly unstable right now. I'll not advise against visiting it, I think tourists will be overall safe. But you should be ready to leave ship at any moment.

I lived in Tunisia until 22 years old , and go back there once a year , i spent all december 2018 there , and got so many girls , much receiptivness.

Tunisia is unstable locally,polictics problems ( since elections are close by ) but regarding safety , many tourists are there and happy since long time we didnt hear any small incident.
Tunisia expect receiving many tourists summer 2019.
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casa-nostra -

Thank you for the great info on this thread.

How would you rate an exotic factor for someone who is Russian but wants to come to Tunis to have a good time with local woman (date, have a connection, bang, visit some tour sites, live like a local).

It’s been said that lots of Russians come to Tunis for vacation but I’m not interested in them - I can slay good enough in Moscow when I want to. In Tunis (while still doable) Russian woman would be more interested to fuck western or middle eastern guy than to fuck me (them having adventure), whereas in Moscow it’s exactly opposite (them having agenda). So I don’t know if Russians have good reputation there and loved by locals or if they are looked at as idiots which many of them are as in touristy places like Thailand.

Also you mentioned all the best areas to stay but which area would you recommend for this particular case to have more exotic factor? Physically I can pass for any kind of European (French, German, Swiss, Polish, Italian) and I live in US if that may help.

If I visit I will probably come in winter.
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Thanks Casa. Other than bias against Algerians, do they have any racial biases? I felt Moroccan girls were very tolerant and curious about different races. Maybe Tunisian girls more "western" style.
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@Navas : many locals love north European look ( light features , blonds ) you will be exotic there as most locals have dark hair. Yes there are many russians touirts in Tunisia and they are not the best tourists , since they dont spend much money . my advice is try to say you are from another european country and you will get results .

Tinder will be your first asset , try to build confidance , invit to coffee date first , then bar/club in the next dates

@Joeno : nothing against algerian . Tunisia and algeria have good relations . But dating wise , algerians guys are seen to be creepy and agressive for tunisians womens ,They dont also meet the tunisian standard look. some algerians (who dont act algerian) do well though.


Yes Tunisian girls are more western if you compare it to neighbors countries , but faar to be be really westernized like european or North american, For me thats an advantage , since girls tends to be more open sexually and less religious than neighbors .
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It's a pity, there is not the cheap gueshouses you see in other countries in Tunis. They are usefull to stay in a place without spending too much money at the start, before choosing to get an Airbnb if the place turns out to be worth it.

There is however 10 dollars rooms on Airbnb. It's pretty cheap but still more expensive than what gueshouses in Marroco or Poland etc
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(04-15-2019 12:15 PM)AlexWW Wrote:  It's a pity, there is not the cheap gueshouses you see in other countries in Tunis. They are usefull to stay in a place without spending too much money at the start, before choosing to get an Airbnb if the place turns out to be worth it.

There is however 10 dollars rooms on Airbnb. It's pretty cheap but still more expensive than what gueshouses in Marroco or Poland etc

Well , i agree . But even if you get an hotel or an airbnb , your vacations will be cheaper in Tunisia than marocco or poland for the simple reason that currency dropped after 2012 revolution.

I would agree with you , if we were in 2012 when tunisian currency was strong and vacations were more expensive.
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