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RE: Living in Vancouver compared to Montreal
(08-13-2019 06:07 PM)casa-nostra Wrote:  
(08-13-2019 10:55 AM)scotian Wrote:  You kill women bro?

Hello CSIS......

Am i supposed to laugh ??


either help if you know some information (that would be nice) , or keep your amazing humour for woems ( iam sure they will love it)

I thought it was pretty funny when you wrote “ i dont have problems killing womens everywhere in Canada.”

So how many women have you killed bro? Maybe you should consider Coquitlam, I heard there’s a nice pig farm out there where lots of easy girls go to party.

Seriously though, I think you have to realize that Canadian cities aren’t that great, they’re ok places to make some money but for nightlife and girls they just don’t compare to the likes of NYC, Paris, London, etc. What Canada is good for is a solid economy, quality of life and especially the great outdoors so hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, etc but it doesn’t sound like you have any hobbies except creeping on white girls at night clubs at 3am.

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RE: Living in Vancouver compared to Montreal
So OP starts a thread asking for advice on different Canadian cities, and then proceeds to argue and / or disregard most of them to just assert his own opinions. Well done.

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He’s got it all figured out eh?

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RE: Living in Vancouver compared to Montreal
(08-13-2019 10:01 PM)scotian Wrote:  
(08-13-2019 06:07 PM)casa-nostra Wrote:  
(08-13-2019 10:55 AM)scotian Wrote:  You kill women bro?

Hello CSIS......

Am i supposed to laugh ??


either help if you know some information (that would be nice) , or keep your amazing humour for woems ( iam sure they will love it)

I thought it was pretty funny when you wrote “ i dont have problems killing womens everywhere in Canada.”

So how many women have you killed bro? Maybe you should consider Coquitlam, I heard there’s a nice pig farm out there where lots of easy girls go to party.

Seriously though, I think you have to realize that Canadian cities aren’t that great, they’re ok places to make some money but for nightlife and girls they just don’t compare to the likes of NYC, Paris, London, etc. What Canada is good for is a solid economy, quality of life and especially the great outdoors so hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, etc but it doesn’t sound like you have any hobbies except creeping on white girls at night clubs at 3am.

Scotian is right, Coquitlam is the top destination for wanna-be pig farmers, Palace guards, and party animals.

I've heard municipal waste costs are really low here as well, and the locals sure know how to throw a party.
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(08-13-2019 09:24 PM)ballsyamog Wrote:  If you’re going to live in BC, Burnaby is more affordable when it comes to rent and is close in proximity to Vancouver that if you lived near the train it’s a 15 to 20 minute ride. Transit system is very good here. You wouldn’t need a car unless you plan on travelling long distances on the regular.

If you choose to live in dt vancouver, it can be counter intuitive to get a car since everything is so close and very easy to get to and traffic can be a nightmare.

TooFinePoint and ballsyamog : thanks , at least some are helpful here.

Calgary was my destination before i check the , unemployment rate .
and vancouver would be my option ( not sure if i will make it long term , or just for 1-2 years)

@ ballsyamog
Since i already tried the experience (suburbs vs downtown) in Montreal and Toronto , i think if i choose suburbs , car will be a must . ( i wont go to Vancouver everyday , i dont do daygame since dont have time for it , but i will for sure do every friday and saturday night clubbing or bars, i enjoy that ...) and since public transit is usually hard to catch at 3 AM , a car is a must .


My question is , how much living downtown would be more expensive than Barnaby , rent and grocery stores ...( like 500$ difference , more or less) , because lets say car insurance will be around 200-300$ and gaz is so 1.6 , i think in this case living downtown Vancouver would be cheaper than Barnaby with car . Am i wrong ?
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RE: Living in Vancouver compared to Montreal
(08-13-2019 10:01 PM)scotian Wrote:  
(08-13-2019 06:07 PM)casa-nostra Wrote:  
(08-13-2019 10:55 AM)scotian Wrote:  You kill women bro?

Hello CSIS......

Am i supposed to laugh ??


either help if you know some information (that would be nice) , or keep your amazing humour for woems ( iam sure they will love it)

I thought it was pretty funny when you wrote “ i dont have problems killing womens everywhere in Canada.”

So how many women have you killed bro? Maybe you should consider Coquitlam, I heard there’s a nice pig farm out there where lots of easy girls go to party.

Seriously though, I think you have to realize that Canadian cities aren’t that great, they’re ok places to make some money but for nightlife and girls they just don’t compare to the likes of NYC, Paris, London, etc. What Canada is good for is a solid economy, quality of life and especially the great outdoors so hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, etc but it doesn’t sound like you have any hobbies except creeping on white girls at night clubs at 3am.
You kept joking about killing womens ( i said it many times , french is my first language , and improving my english is one the motivation that makes move to english part of canada , among others)

I am not looking for easy girls , Quebec city (where i am right now) are easy ,i dont have problem gaming girls or getting their attention . I just dont have time to date since iam i have more projects in the same time , and i found quebcers to be conservative (more datable kind of girls) . So i would rather be in a hard city (like Toronto or vancouver like 0 or 1 kind of womens (either it works or Not) , of course when i say hard , its according to forum members , but i have done very well in Toronto)

lived in Paris For 4 years . Yes nightlife is better i, but i wouldnt go there even if they offer me *5 times more salary than here , i hate french mentality . and french womens are not exotic for me (either quebcers or french france)

( NYC is amazing city though , but so far i want to stay in Canada )
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Folks, they're not sending their best.
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Update : decided to move to vancouver ( not final decision , if i dont like it , i will move again) . i will arrive there this Saturday , i am spending some days in calgary to see how is it . Didnt game here , just some online , and womens are receptive and not arent conservative sexually talking, as quebec girls are . a hot girl asked me to go out tomorrow night(she knows iam leaving saturday , she most probably DTF ), but not sure if i go with her or i game alone to see how calgary treats me.

first impressions about calgary : so spread out , iam living west of downtown right now , and closest grocery store is 40 min walking !!! Uber is more expensive than Montreal and Toronto. People say " Hi " and smile in the street, which is surprising ,. it is also segregated , i spend two days in an area close to the airport , and it was all indians ( over 95% ). Now womens in downtown are hot , i saw more blonds than i used to see in the east(ottawa-quebec city included)
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RE: Living in Vancouver compared to Montreal
How long are you in Calgary for?

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Calgary is nice and fun...also good place if you like ski and outdoors.. the guys are pretty big though but I think with your shape it's not a problen...it's definately a prairie culture...don't expect any philosophical conversation there tho...pickup trucks, toys and dumb materialistic values trump there
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(09-13-2019 10:35 AM)scotian Wrote:  How long are you in Calgary for?
One week , leaving tomorrow to vancouver.

I actually liked calgary , tought it is gonna be similar to Ottawa , but it is bigger and people are different . Womens are also more receiptive.
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Writing this from my phone at the airport. So i went out yesterday and here are my taughts about calagry:

- many girls are overweight overall (hard to find approchable girls) compared to the east
-ratio is ok/good (better than mtl but not as good as Toronto)
- competition is shit , i saw some below average looking mens doing well , making out with decent girls( ...they will have taugher time in Toronto, they wont even smell a girl in quebec )
- nightlife is not as full as mtl toronto or even ottawa.


Calgary reminds me ottawa a bit, womens are easier than ottawa but quality is better in ottawa.

Overall not a bad city. Counting this easy competition, you can get the few hot girls. Unlike mtl , hot girls are everywhere but competition is 100 times taugher and guys are more aggressive/thirsty to womens!
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Glad to see you're finally out of Montreal! That city was fucking with your head and it showed. Now on to more positive things.

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If you are a white guy go to Taphouse in Surrey for some easy brown girls
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(09-15-2019 01:21 PM)capsfan99 Wrote:  If you are a white guy go to Taphouse in Surrey for some easy brown girls

I guess Surrey people party downtown in weekends !!
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