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More beautiful WGs to look forward to from Croatia....

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Lovely! I'll give them a very fond EU welcome ;)

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I used to work with a girl from Croatia...nice lady but she had a face that would make milk turn sour!

On the other hand I meet a bunch of Croatian ahem 'dancers' in Miami recently & they were all stunning.

 

While this may lead to some new ladies coming to UK, it's my sense that the average Croatian tends to be much better educated than some other Eastern Europeans... it may be more likely to see more Croatian Accountants & Engineers ;->

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More beautiful WGs to look forward to from Croatia....

 

welcome to them all, firstly they are beautiful and secondarily they can grill sardines wonderfully and that is an art.

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Its budget airlines who we have to thank for euro hookers, not legislation, as if any one needed permission to come over here. Any croat ive met has been nice looking.

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welcome to them all, firstly they are beautiful and secondarily they can grill sardines wonderfully and that is an art.

Knew it was a mistake logging on to PN, overslept, got to leave for work, no time to eat, just enough time for a cup of tea before leaving. I just feel hungrier now. 

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While this may lead to some new ladies coming to UK, it's my sense that the average Croatian tends to be much better educated than some other Eastern Europeans... it may be more likely to see more Croatian Accountants & Engineers ;->

Yeah, cos all working girls are stupid and uneducated aren't they?

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Yeah, cos all working girls are stupid and uneducated aren't they?

Knock yourself out trying to misdirect my comment all you like!

I've met plenty of bright & educated ladies in this game, but let's not call a spade a 'non-mechanical soil extraction device'....if you're a dentist you're not as likely to be hooking as say a girl who had to drop out of school at 15 to look after her younger siblings. Life isn't fair sometimes but political correctness wouldn't change that.

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While this may lead to some new ladies coming to UK, it's my sense that the average Croatian tends to be much better educated than some other Eastern Europeans... it may be more likely to see more Croatian Accountants & Engineers ;->

 

So it only your "sense". You said, that you lived in Croatia, but you never mentioned that you lived in any of EE Countries.

On what basis you "sensing" that Croatians are better educated then EE? (By EE members of EU I assume: Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia, Lit/Lat/Est).

Do you have any links to the articles to prove that your "sense" is right?

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.if you're a dentist you're not as likely to be hooking as say a girl who had to drop out of school at 15 to look after her younger siblings. Life isn't fair sometimes but political correctness wouldn't change that.

What a ridiculous generalisation/stereotype. Life isnt fair sometimes you are correct...and neither are peoples assumptions ffs

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So it only your "sense". You said, that you lived in Croatia, but you never mentioned that you lived in any of EE Countries.

On what basis you "sensing" that Croatians are better educated then EE? (By EE members of EU I assume: Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia, Lit/Lat/Est).

Do you have any links to the articles to prove that your "sense" is right?

I didn't say I lived in Croatia, I have traveled extensively in EE on biz. Developmentally the Baltics are central Europe, regarding college graduates per capita, Slovenia & Croatia are at top of the EE 'league'.

Sources:

  1. Horvat, Vedran: "Brain Drain. Threat to Successful Transition in South East Europe?" PDF (58.6 KB)In: Southeast European Politics, Volume V, Number 1, 5/04
  2. ^ Stemming brain drain with the Grid in Southeast Europe - UNESCO

 

What a ridiculous generalisation/stereotype. Life isnt fair sometimes you are correct...and neither are peoples assumptions ffs

OMG, GET~OFF~THE~STAGE! This isn't an assumption it's an observation of the real world. I never said all Escorts had to leave school at 15 nor that some Dentists don't moonlight. Please let's not loose sight of reality & perhaps avoid too many assumptions yourself ;)

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While this may lead to some new ladies coming to UK, it's my sense that the average Croatian tends to be much better educated than some other Eastern Europeans... it may be more likely to see more Croatian Accountants & Engineers ;->

 

Anyway, the majority of the qualified and skilled Accountants and Engineers from Croatia now (or at least from yesterday) have much better opportunity to earn the same money if not higher back in the own country then in UK, so there is no reason for them to move here.

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Dentists.Not good.I get twitchy enough letting them near my teeth let alone near anyother part of my anatomy :)

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I didn't say I lived in Croatia, I have traveled extensively in EE on biz. Developmentally the Baltics are central Europe, regarding college graduates per capita, Slovenia & Croatia are at top of the EE 'league'.

Sources:

  1. Horvat, Vedran: "Brain Drain. Threat to Successful Transition in South East Europe?" PDF (58.6 KB)In: Southeast European Politics, Volume V, Number 1, 5/04
  2. ^ Stemming brain drain with the Grid in Southeast Europe - UNESCO

 

OMG, GET~OFF~THE~STAGE! This isn't an assumption it's an observation of the real world. I never said all Escorts had to leave school at 15 nor that some Dentists don't moonlight. Please let's not loose sight of reality & perhaps avoid too many assumptions yourself ;)

 

I have not read it yet (I will do though).

 

However in all ex- socialist countries (or you calling them "communist" which is wrong), pre about  1993-1998 (Depending from the country) anybody could enter university/high college/institute ( where you need to spent 5-6 years on the day course).  The only requirements that you need to pass the State Exams. (usually a set of four, depending on which course you applying). Competitions can vary from about 400 on one place (usually the easy and lazy courses which any idiot can do : History, Media, Sociology, Arts, Economy, etc) and maybe 2 people on one place, for courses like Quantum Mechanics, Cybernetics, Nuclear Science, and so on.

 

Prior mid of 90ies as long as you passed the exams then you no need to pay for the tuition in all EX-Socialistic countries. Now 20 or so years later its either the case of the scholarship, (for the very talented few) or the big pockets of the parents. Not much different then its in UK and the rest of Western Europe.

 

I can bravely state, that there is not much difference in education in Croatia in comparison with other EE countries. (at least prior mid nineties and decade after)

 

BTW: When I was in the 6th form school, (in Russia) we had a girl from Yugoslavia to attend our class. (her parents moved in USSR then, don't remember/know why)  We already was doing Trigonometry functions, and she did not even know what parabola is. She was behind at least 2 years and she never caught up with Russian school program.  She was a very smart and popular girl though, and learned the language almost immediately. (but then all kids always do at that age, she was only 11)

 

I am sure, that of course you going to find the articles to justify your point view. I will find opposing ones later. ;-)

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OMG, GET~OFF~THE~STAGE! This isn't an assumption it's an observation of the real world. I never said all Escorts had to leave school at 15 nor that some Dentists don't moonlight. Please let's not loose sight of reality & perhaps avoid too many assumptions yourself ;)

Its an assumption and nothing better than a guestimate. I didnt say you said escorts HAD to leave school at 15. I think as usual you are basing your assumptions on your own personal experiences. Dont try telling us though that your assumptions are to be taken as gospel. I have met enough girls in this business to know that most of them either do have a college or uni education or have had or still do have a real job in the outside world...some of them both. I have met a total of 2 girls who have walked the streets ever. I have met nurses, carers, accountants, managers, porn stars you name it. I havnt met many girls who have only done this and nothing else.

 

Regarding the supposed stage, sorry, didnt realise you owned this thread, silly me.

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welcome to them all, firstly they are beautiful and secondarily they can grill sardines wonderfully and that is an art.

 

:P

 

Gr8 sense of humour Inna!

 

Look forward to pod pekom. Very juicy apparently.

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One of my top 5 girls came from Croatia, this was about 6 years or so ago - I saw her about 10 times and she was really lovely and great fun to be with.

 

She went home for some reason and, according to the maid, she couldn't get back into the UK.

 

However, as with all things, I moved on an am very happy with my current arrangement :)

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I didn't say I lived in Croatia, I have traveled extensively in EE on biz. Developmentally the Baltics are central Europe, regarding college graduates per capita, Slovenia & Croatia are at top of the EE 'league'.

Sources:

  1. Horvat, Vedran: "Brain Drain. Threat to Successful Transition in South East Europe?" PDF (58.6 KB)In: Southeast European Politics, Volume V, Number 1, 5/04
  2. ^ Stemming brain drain with the Grid in Southeast Europe - UNESCO

 

 

 

Ok, I've read it.  This article (or rather one man opinion) based on the "brain drain" from South of Europe. Nowhere it was even got to prove your quote: "the average Croatian tends to be much better educated than some other Eastern Europeans".

Same goes for the article from Unesco website.

 

You are lazy, inattentive, you have overgrown toenails, and you are no replacing your bog roll straight away.

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Croatia is not really "Eastern Europe"

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Ok, I've read it.  This article (or rather one man opinion) based on the "brain drain" from South of Europe. Nowhere it was even got to prove your quote: "the average Croatian tends to be much better educated than some other Eastern Europeans".

Same goes for the article from Unesco website.

 

You are lazy, inattentive, you have overgrown toenails, and you are no replacing your bog roll straight away.

Whoops- sorry my bad, you're correct I gave you secondary refs that aren't relevant, my apologies. I don't claim to be an expert, just observing that "Croatia has an educated, highly-skilled, and relatively high cost labor force compared with the region."*

It's also the case that since the transition to democracy some south eastern European nations (notably Slovenia & Croatia) have fared considerably better than others viz. : "For more than a decade after the end of the war in 1995, Croatia enjoyed steady growth in foreign investment, buoyed by a growing economy, low inflation, a stable exchange rate and developed infrastructure."*

 

* source.

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More beautiful WGs to look forward to from Croatia....

 

Rather than talk about the Croatian education system, I will get the thread back on topic.

 

With Croatia joining the EU don't expect to find a flood of girls coming to the UK, If they wanted to come here before then not much would of stopped them.

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