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  1. #2720

    Suggestion

    Dear all,

    Although I am a member for several years, I took notice of the price thread today only.

    http://www.internationalsexguide.inf...hp?1083-Prices

    The forum is full of posts complaining about increasing prices and guys asking for price information in paticular threads.

    The price thread being a general one could be a very useful tool for all of us, so I would like to encourage my fellow mongers to put some recent info there. IMO it could be done in a brief way (widely practiced already) mentioning:

    Country.

    City.

    Type of establishment.

    ST / LT.

    Looks of the lady X /10.

    Performance X /10.

    Price.

    Link to your post.

    Sorry for cross posting, happy mongering!

  2. #2719
    Quote Originally Posted by PussyLiccker  [View Original Post]
    If you compare the two cities, how much safer is Sao Paolo? Is it a night and day difference when it comes to dangers in Rio compared to Sao Paolo?
    SP ir better than RJ.

    Ok both cities have crimes, but RJ is sooo worst.

    SP have "more" security than RJ.

    The drug traffic in RJ is more intense than SP, this contributes to the marginality of RJ. And as RJ has a lot of foreigners flow, much more than SP, so there are a lot more robberies in the RJ than in SP.

  3. #2718

    Bobby, blame it on Rio

    Quote Originally Posted by RioBob  [View Original Post]
    This was 2001 , if you look closely at time 12:03 to about 12:16 you can see a young Bobby blame it on Rio.
    A younger Bobby with lots of hair. Landscape at Terraco Atlantico is missed enormously!

  4. #2717

    Checking working girl's ID

    Hi Brazilian experts,

    While browsing the reports on Brazilian forum branch, a couple of times I've come across the advice of avoiding girls who fail to present their ID. I wouldn't have thought of it myself. In many other countries asking a WG for ID would be weird at the very least, as they normally care the same about their privacy / confidentiality, use "stage" names, etc.

    So, what's the thing with the WG's ID?

    In particular, what should you do when presented with one? Take a photo of it?

    How does it make things safer?

    Are there any other peculiarities of striking a deal with a non-/ semi-pro girl?

  5. #2716
    Quote Originally Posted by LarryDavid  [View Original Post]
    That's about a block from where I'm staying. I sleep with earplugs, but even then the gunshots woke me up the other night. I figured someone was on the run. There was a round of shots exchanged five or six times with 30 seconds to a minute or two between volleys.

    Military truck and about 20 troops were parked on Atlantica at Sa Ferreira Saturday afternoon. But, that's Rio. While I'll miss the beach, I'm looking forward to getting back to So Paulo. Girls are better looking and less footwork is required. Admittedly, it takes more ubering. If you haven't spent much time there, I highly recommend it.
    If you compare the two cities, how much safer is Sao Paolo? Is it a night and day difference when it comes to dangers in Rio compared to Sao Paolo?

  6. #2715
    Quote Originally Posted by FuckAfMedDig  [View Original Post]
    I just came back from a month in Rio.

    Where I stay in Copa-p5-theres a favela off Rua Sa Ferreira-popularly known as PPG.

    Shoot outs happened every other night / early morning-I could hear gunshots many nights.

    The week before I came, there was a revenge killing of a policeman on Sa Ferreira for some shootings in the favela.

    Someone threw a hand grenade into a cafe where police where eating.

    It is always pretty hectic around there to be honest.

    The deployment of troops won't last and it will return to normal.

    Rio will have civil war mainly in the favelas in zona norte but also in PPG and Cantagalo some times as long as the population are suffering.
    That's about a block from where I'm staying. I sleep with earplugs, but even then the gunshots woke me up the other night. I figured someone was on the run. There was a round of shots exchanged five or six times with 30 seconds to a minute or two between volleys.

    Military truck and about 20 troops were parked on Atlantica at Sa Ferreira Saturday afternoon. But, that's Rio. While I'll miss the beach, I'm looking forward to getting back to São Paulo. Girls are better looking and less footwork is required. Admittedly, it takes more ubering. If you haven't spent much time there, I highly recommend it.

  7. #2714

    Shoot outs Copacabana

    I just came back from a month in Rio.

    Where I stay in Copa-p5-theres a favela off Rua Sa Ferreira-popularly known as PPG.

    Shoot outs happened every other night / early morning-I could hear gunshots many nights.

    The week before I came, there was a revenge killing of a policeman on Sa Ferreira for some shootings in the favela.

    Someone threw a hand grenade into a cafe where police where eating.

    It is always pretty hectic around there to be honest.

    The deployment of troops won't last and it will return to normal.

    Rio will have civil war mainly in the favelas in zona norte but also in PPG and Cantagalo some times as long as the population are suffering.

  8. #2713

    Violence

    Has it really come to this in the Marvelous City?

    http://abcnews.go.com/International/...lence-48916037

  9. #2712

    A four-hour erection and then death: The fate awaiting any man bitten by deadly spide

    Can't afford Viagra? This Brazilian spider works with some side effects!

    "A four-hour erection and then death: The fate awaiting any man bitten by deadly spider.

    A family have been left terrified after fearing one the world's deadliest spiders has taken residence in their home after entering Britain in a bunch of bananas.

    Michaela Egan, 24, from Rainham, Essex, noticed a suspicious white spider cocoon on a bunch she bought had from her local Tesco four days earlier and took a picture of it.

    She posted the image on her Facebook page and friends suggested it could be a Brazilian wandering spider, whose venom gives male victims a painful four-hour erection before killing them.

    The Brazilian wandering spider is known for building webbed nests on bananas and according to Guinness World Records, they are the most venomous arachnid on the planet.

    Its venom is currently being studied for use in erectile dysfunction treatments after it was found that a bite from one of the spiders can give male victims a painful four-hour erection. . . ".

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...o-bananas.html

  10. #2711
    Quote Originally Posted by ExecTalent  [View Original Post]
    When I first go to a new location, I gather as much information as possible, then ask informed and specific questions. If someone shows a particular expertise, then I will send them a PM.

    During or after my visit, I report on my experiences.

    I have found that this approach produces excellent results and I even have had some members in new locations go out of their way to serve as tour guides.

    When you have no reports even though you have asked multiple questions in various locations you are the kind of person most of us wish to avoid. These peer-to-peer forums succeed because everyone contributes. Not 10 people contribute and 200 seek information. Everyone has their own views and tastes. The important thing is to share your experiences.
    Exactly, here in Brazil we give a name for this kind of member, is called "Chupim" (shoopeen), Chupim - (it's a parasitic bird) It's a member of forums or communities that always pick up information, but never share what he knows.

  11. #2710

    What Really Happened to the Dinosaurs

    Bruna: A gringo asked me the other day why there are so few program girls working Copa. I told him there are a lot of reasons, but the main one is the stupid gringo running around taking pictures on their phones and putting them on the internet.

    Aline: Yeah, right. No girl wants to take a chance of her family or boyfriend seeing what she is really doing during the day when she says she is working at the mall. Stupid gringos are their own worst enemies.

  12. #2709
    Quote Originally Posted by Vet1567  [View Original Post]
    If this is Bobby who owns a business down the block from Rio Othon Palace. It is good to see you here. My first trip to Rio three years Bobby was a great help to me. So belated thanks. Does Boynton Beach sound familiar? If this is you I will stop in my next trip down. Still have a few friends down there.
    LOL no I'm not that Bobby but I know Bobby F for close to 20 years, he's a survivor for sure. But he was caught walking in this video close to 20 years ago.

  13. #2708

    Rio Bob

    Quote Originally Posted by RioBob  [View Original Post]
    This was 2001 , if you look closely at time 12:03 to about 12:16 you can see a young Bobby blame it on Rio.
    If this is Bobby who owns a business down the block from Rio Othon Palace. It is good to see you here. My first trip to Rio three years Bobby was a great help to me. So belated thanks. Does Boynton Beach sound familiar? If this is you I will stop in my next trip down. Still have a few friends down there.

  14. #2707

    Rio First Timers

    When I first go to a new location, I gather as much information as possible, then ask informed and specific questions. If someone shows a particular expertise, then I will send them a PM.

    During or after my visit, I report on my experiences.

    I have found that this approach produces excellent results and I even have had some members in new locations go out of their way to serve as tour guides.

    When you have no reports even though you have asked multiple questions in various locations you are the kind of person most of us wish to avoid. These peer-to-peer forums succeed because everyone contributes. Not 10 people contribute and 200 seek information. Everyone has their own views and tastes. The important thing is to share your experiences.

  15. #2706
    Quote Originally Posted by JustIncognito  [View Original Post]
    I live on Aruba. I have a US Passport.

    How can I get a visa so I can visit Brazil?

    It seems ridiculously difficult.

    WTF?
    Just do it by mail using a visa service.

    https://brazil.visahq.com/

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