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roninxian Post time: 2013-7-6 20:32
I reread both your comment and the one by genuineaussie. I think they were both simply typing err ...
I believe you have misunderstood the point of my comment. If he was an Aussie I wanted to apologise for the derogatory comments he made about the “majority of Chinese women”.
I was disgusted by what he wrote and perhaps did not want to attribute them a fellow Australian. More importantly did not want anyone to think that his comments were an indication of what decent minded Australian men thought about Chinese woman.
I had doubts about him being born in Australia and wanted to point out why. My lovely wife is Chinese, my daughter is half Chinese and I have been to China many times and corresponded with quite a few Chinese people. A western person, especially 50+ years old, does not use “he he” or “ha ha” when corresponding, Quite a few of the emails I have received from China, mainly from women and/or young Chinese, do. Also “OMG ” is not in the vocabulary of many Australian males. “Oh my God”, “hey guy ” and “Hump” are Americanisms and I suspect they are picked up from Americans who teach English. Also “if the heat in the kitchen is too hot...get the hell out of the kitchen.“ and “this wonderful country” are more likely to be spoken by an American than an Australian. I wanted your readers to see why I thought he may not be what his name implied.
I have met many, many Chinese women, none of which I tried to sleep with (outside marriage), and of all the countries I have visited, in general I find them to be the nicest, kindest and sexiest.
One more thing, he has not disputed my deduction about his nationality or his age.
If I have transgressed, sorry I did not mean to. To use his words I am just a “silly foreigner”.