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The Truth about Love in Cuba

It does not matter if your woman is Cuban, American, French or whatever, most women want men to take care of them financially, we have what they want money, they have what we want vaginas, is war out there.
The winner takes the most and gives the least, avoid giving expensive gifts to all women unless she has earned it by pleasing you and sacrifice, if you decide to get a Cuban out of Cuba do it fast, if you take more than a year you give her time to cheat on you, any money over 100 usdlls sent to will not be spent on necessities may be shared with a Cuban boyfriend, IF YOU FALL IN LOVE WITH ANY WOMAN IN ANY COUNTRY YOU WILL OVER SPEND AND NOT GET YOUR MONEYS WORTH.

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May 18, 2011
What an idiot this guy sounds like
by: Anonymous

Women are the most beautiful creatures that God put on this earth. I love all women and respect all women.

You must give respect to get respect, you must love to be loved, you must trust to be trusted. Be supportive to your partner. Everyone is entitled to be wrong and everyone is entitled to make a mistake, we're all entitled to have a bad day.

Except in Cuba. In Cuba love is a business. Cheating is very normal. Making love is a sport. In Cuba no affection is necessary for making love. Lying is part of Cuba and the Cuban life.

I have helped many Cubans. I have purchased Cubans fridges, TV's, Stereos, beds, etc. I have taken tons of clothing to Cuba and given it away to needy Cubans (not resort workers) I have paid for roofs of homes that the hurricane blew off, I have given my heart and soul and money to Cubans. I even purchased a home for a Cuban and her daughter ($350.00 cuc), a wooden shack, but liveable and nice.

The only thing I wanted in return was a little respect. But what I got was requests for more and more.

One family that I bought a fridge for ($700.00 cuc) I also bought 2 cases of beer for myself and of course the Cubans and my friends. Because these poor Cubans needed some help I invited some friends from the hotel to these Cubans home the very next day and I asked for some beers for me and my friends. This was the next day after they got the new fridge. They told me the beer isn't in the fridge and it's warm. I got up and went into the kitchen and opened the fridge and there was nothing in the fridge except for water and guyava marmalade(fruit).

I told them to put the beer in the fridge. (WHAT A BUNCH OF IDIOTS AND/OR LIARS. The next day the same thing but the answer was different, 2 days after I bought the fridge and 24 Crystal and 24 Bucanero it was all gone they told me.

They not only screwed me they screwed themselves as I never returned to visit them or help them again.

I don't refer to Cuba as another 3rd world country I refer to Cuba as a different planet. Nothing is normal in Cuba especially the people. BE VERY CAREFUL IN CUBA, THEY ARE THE BEST CON PERSONS IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM.

May 10, 2011
Yo Entiende Ustede's!!
by: Yasmila

Hi "Love Cuba",I truly understand your concern on falling in love or being taken in by another person no matter who he or she is.
It's a vicious circle for survival, for many,the "tourist" falls in love with the person-the local's fall in love with your money and an opportunity to better their lives-no matter who they hurt doing it.
Before you spend time and hard earned money on anybody make sure it's done with prudence and you are satisfied that it is indeed helping them live a better life-not giving it to their boy-friend's or girl-friend's to spend on beer,-makeup and other useless comoditie's.
If you have been taken and abused by your friend take it as an expensive lesson in life and be more careful next time.
I go to Cuba often,and when I feel I can help someone I myself buy them food or clothe's,but never ever give them money.
Good Luck !!
Hasta Luego,

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