Older women married to younger Tunisian men

tblueyez

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i do agree with ya all as most of them.not all of them just look money and visa,ive seen it so many times.i have a good friend that has been married 6 years to a tunisian guy and there lovely people.it dont matter where ya from,ya colout etc there is good n bad in all hey.lets hope n pray every 1 finds happiness x..
 

FoxyRoxie89

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I agree you have to be so careful with the internet, Ii didnt meet my tunisian fiance on the internet but I would wonder if I did., why are they sat there in an internet cafe, talking all day to european women but not bothering with a job... maybe bcos the internet is their job (their income!)
Then again there are educated tunisians like Hoss who met Sian on the internet and has been with her for 3years.. but he was in education!

Obviously there are some that will use the internet as a hobby as alot of us now do lol
and to interact with others from different walks of lives, as we are now doing so Yes some can be good but I would be even more careful of trusting a tunisian from the internet, than meeting them ( though only a minority of them turn out good too, from sound of the stories! :( )

I think most people know deep down if they have met a good or bad guy or girl for that matter... some just chose to ignore it. or maybe even think they can change the other person!

Also Al yes S calls me but he has worked up until this month plus I do know his family give him money, he just called me now as I am writing this post.. but it was for about 54secs lol just to check I am ok as he doesnt have much money on his phone!
And Yes I have also come across tunisians that I wouldnt trust, S friends some are really playing the game, and as they are some of the people he associates himself with it really does make me worry but he has his own mind.
 

Jenn1125

New Member
44 year age difference?! Did I read that properly? Tell me I didn't LOL
 

mand3366

New Member
44 year age difference?! Did I read that properly? Tell me I didn't LOL
I am hoping we both need glasses Jen as I too, read the same....
 
C

Cas

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The last person in conversation with everyone, said 14 years difference or are you both refering to someone way back in this thread?
 

Mrs H

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OMG where do i start here then lol??first of all,ive been goin tunisia for many years and saw so much regarding casanovas etc and ive never been in a realoin with any 1 of them,i just new then,my fiancee is a lovely guy i met him in sousse qwen he was workin there last year.i no i dont hav to explain myself but its the way i am.i no it wil be hard to get him here but i can only try as we love each other,i dont have old emails il have to try .not the best on a pc.but i have stamps and ive stayed with the family aswell,as for a job i can work wen i get back and not claim public funds for my house,i understand it not easy n there reaaly strict now about lettin [eople in.if it was a visa he wanted then i dont no why he asked me to live there with,i was the one that said i can not as my daughter is still in school...thanks for giving me ya views take carex
We are not having a go at you, just talking in general about what some of these men are up to.

It will be hard for him to get a visa with your situation at present but if you are patient & work for it then it wont be impossible, but you are probably going to have to wait at least 6 months before applying. You will have to prove your income & show that you are in a steady job (not just got a job for the visa application) & that you have enough money to support him when he gets here for approx 6 months. You will have to show contact from both sides (your phone records, letter & emails & his phone records, letters & emails). As some have found out having the stamps in your passport is not enough proof that you were with him forming a relationship, you have to prove that you were with him at the time you were in Tunisia. If you apply after November he will also have to complete the English test. As you said, its not going to be easy, but if it is what you both really want then it will be worth it in the end.

I did meet H on the internet, but he was at university at the time & during the summer was working in the internet cafe. I was very very suspicious to start with, but I was one of the lucky ones that ended up with a good one (well he better be or he will regret it ;)), but all I am saying is ... every week I hear stories about birtish women going over there to meet Tunisian men that he have met on the internet, have talked to them in their pidgeon english for maybe a few hours a week, go over for a weeks holiday, next thing they are booking another flight to go back the next month & get married :rolleyes:. Most of them have no idea that they have no chance of getting a visa.

I've even attended a wedding with the bride all dressed up in her white dress, she met her 'husband' 2 months before on the internet & had this wedding 2 days after she arrived in Tunisia to meet him for the first time. She even thought that she was legally married to him & he would get a visa until I informed her that they had not completed the civil ceremony & signed anything so how could she be married :rolleyes:. She knew nothing about obtaining a CONI & even returned the month later to do the civil ceremony without it thinking she could just go to the embassy in tunis & they would hand one over the same day :rolleyes:. They are not together anymore... he has moved on to victim number 2, just wonder if this second woman would be so keen to marry her toy boy tune if she knew what had happened less than a year ago.
 

sianperkins89

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pidgeon english! lol it's so true. it really gets to me when people dumb down their english to communicate with people that don't speak it so well. they are teaching them the wrong way to speak! if they speak normally, just use simpler words and speak slower, then the english learner will still catch on and they will learn the right words and correct grammar! i can't understand why 'i no like this' is better than 'i don't like this ? how is it any easier to say the first? and why would you teach someone the wrong version! it really gets to me, but i see it all the time on facebook when some people communicate with their boyfriends/husbands. i never do that with hoss so he has improved his english and hasn't gone backwards! sorry, just had to say that.
and i met my one online by chance, i didn't sit there wondering, hmmm which one of these arab men i chat to online shall i go and meet this month hmmm. lol people that do that are quite weird. i can't believe that some people would travel across the world for *** and a bit of company for a night or two? surely paying for an escort in england is cheaper than forking out for flights, hotels and gifts for a tunisian?
 

aljaye

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pidgeon english! lol it's so true. it really gets to me when people dumb down their english to communicate with people that don't speak it so well. they are teaching them the wrong way to speak! if they speak normally, just use simpler words and speak slower, then the english learner will still catch on and they will learn the right words and correct grammar! i can't understand why 'i no like this' is better than 'i don't like this ? how is it any easier to say the first? and why would you teach someone the wrong version! it really gets to me, but i see it all the time on facebook when some people communicate with their boyfriends/husbands. i never do that with hoss so he has improved his english and hasn't gone backwards! sorry, just had to say that.
and i met my one online by chance, i didn't sit there wondering, hmmm which one of these arab men i chat to online shall i go and meet this month hmmm. lol people that do that are quite weird. i can't believe that some people would travel across the world for *** and a bit of company for a night or two? surely paying for an escort in england is cheaper than forking out for flights, hotels and gifts for a tunisian?


Too true Sian. Having said that I do sometimes use the words my husband uses..its easier and when you are watching the cost of a phone call it saves money..hes loads better than he was and the root of the problem lies in how they are being taught at school.."fine" seems to be a popular one lol!!
 

K81

Member
I agree you have to be so careful with the internet, Ii didnt meet my tunisian fiance on the internet but I would wonder if I did., why are they sat there in an internet cafe, talking all day to european women but not bothering with a job... maybe bcos the internet is their job (their income!)
Then again there are educated tunisians like Hoss who met Sian on the internet and has been with her for 3years.. but he was in education!

Obviously there are some that will use the internet as a hobby as alot of us now do lol
and to interact with others from different walks of lives, as we are now doing so Yes some can be good but I would be even more careful of trusting a tunisian from the internet, than meeting them ( though only a minority of them turn out good too, from sound of the stories! :( )

I think most people know deep down if they have met a good or bad guy or girl for that matter... some just chose to ignore it. or maybe even think they can change the other person!

Also Al yes S calls me but he has worked up until this month plus I do know his family give him money, he just called me now as I am writing this post.. but it was for about 54secs lol just to check I am ok as he doesnt have much money on his phone!
And Yes I have also come across tunisians that I wouldnt trust, S friends some are really playing the game, and as they are some of the people he associates himself with it really does make me worry but he has his own mind.
Its not only those who sit in internet cafe's all day that chat up European women, its the same in hotels as well. Men will try their luck wherever they can.
 

crazypink

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Its not only those who sit in internet cafe's all day that chat up European women, its the same in hotels as well. Men will try their luck wherever they can.
Soooo true K81.......the waiters, animators etc are worse in alot of ways! They have a steady stream of women to practise on. They give each other a red or green light to try i on with a woman depending on who fancies his chances :eek:

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Trulymadlydeeply

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I more than wholeheartedly agree with you both, my point was, those TN men that do not want to work or educate themselves how do they get to meet foreign women. It isn't like they can offer you anything, even a glass of citron ;)

It is obvious what they want, no??

Would you go along to your local unemployment office looking for the love of your life???
 

tblueyez

Active Member
i agree withnyou crazy pink on the waiters,animation and the people onthe beach,they have so many women all over the place,proper casonovas,..and i cannot believe it how they sit online looking for women all the time,SAD BA****DS.some of the things ive seen is awful,but you can not tell the women they yhink they no best,and believe them wen they say,your all i have and i love you blah,blah!!!!.and whohas a 44 year old age difference??...
 

Trulymadlydeeply

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Too true Sian. Having said that I do sometimes use the words my husband uses..its easier and when you are watching the cost of a phone call it saves money..hes loads better than he was and the root of the problem lies in how they are being taught at school.."fine" seems to be a popular one lol!!
That just made me laugh :D when I go (used to go :() to my EXs house his sisters used to say "Hello ***, how are you, fine?? :)

Because I always replied fine thanks, they got in before I answered :D
 

FoxyRoxie89

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pidgeon english! lol it's so true. it really gets to me when people dumb down their english to communicate with people that don't speak it so well. they are teaching them the wrong way to speak! if they speak normally, just use simpler words and speak slower, then the english learner will still catch on and they will learn the right words and correct grammar! i can't understand why 'i no like this' is better than 'i don't like this ? how is it any easier to say the first? and why would you teach someone the wrong version! it really gets to me, but i see it all the time on facebook when some people communicate with their boyfriends/husbands. i never do that with hoss so he has improved his english and hasn't gone backwards! sorry, just had to say that.
and i met my one online by chance, i didn't sit there wondering, hmmm which one of these arab men i chat to online shall i go and meet this month hmmm. lol people that do that are quite weird. i can't believe that some people would travel across the world for *** and a bit of company for a night or two? surely paying for an escort in england is cheaper than forking out for flights, hotels and gifts for a tunisian?
When I speak to S on MSN I do a * and then correct what he has written, I try my best to remember NOT TO abbreviate my english too..!

Its not only those who sit in internet cafe's all day that chat up European women, its the same in hotels as well. Men will try their luck wherever they can.
Yes I know if you hadnt highlighted just part of my post you would have noticed I could see pro's and cons in each.
I didnt meet mine in hotel either.. :)

That just made me laugh :D when I go (used to go :() to my EXs house his sisters used to say "Hello ***, how are you, fine?? :)

Because I always replied fine thanks, they got in before I answered :D

Yes my tunisian family do this too!
 

Trulymadlydeeply

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On the note of correcting their English, my solicitor today wondered whether or not to correct his latest vile abusive text when he called me, the mother of his only child, a "cook sucking wh*re"

Must admit we did have a giggle ;)
 

mand3366

New Member
i know there are many european woman with younger men in most arab countries,and its variable as to how successful it is.
are you living together in the UK.?
i have an aquaintance who married a Morrocan guy 2 years ago ,they live in England and Wahid works in a nursing home.
pretty well all the money he earns,he sends back to his family,and this seems to be the norm.?
whether this union will stand the test of time ,i,m really not sure,for there is a 44 year age difference.
Taken me ages but found the post with the '44' year age difference! As this was posted over 2 years ago it would be interesting to know what has happened since then?
 

Jenn1125

New Member
I agree you have to be so careful with the internet, Ii didnt meet my tunisian fiance on the internet but I would wonder if I did., why are they sat there in an internet cafe, talking all day to european women but not bothering with a job... maybe bcos the internet is their job (their income!)
Then again there are educated tunisians like Hoss who met Sian on the internet and has been with her for 3years.. but he was in education!

Obviously there are some that will use the internet as a hobby as alot of us now do lol
and to interact with others from different walks of lives, as we are now doing so Yes some can be good but I would be even more careful of trusting a tunisian from the internet, than meeting them ( though only a minority of them turn out good too, from sound of the stories! :( )

I think most people know deep down if they have met a good or bad guy or girl for that matter... some just chose to ignore it. or maybe even think they can change the other person!

Also Al yes S calls me but he has worked up until this month plus I do know his family give him money, he just called me now as I am writing this post.. but it was for about 54secs lol just to check I am ok as he doesnt have much money on his phone!
And Yes I have also come across tunisians that I wouldnt trust, S friends some are really playing the game, and as they are some of the people he associates himself with it really does make me worry but he has his own mind.
I too met my Husband online. From the moment we fell in love on we lived on web cam together, even slept on it! We both worked online and from home so it was easy for me to trust him. Also we used a program called TeamViewer, which allowed us both access to one anothers computer at any given time! I could get on his computer and read all of his files, open his cam ETC. Just like it's my own! A 100% open relationship when we had to live VIA computer! Thankfully he has been here with me now since June! I got so lucky to have one of the very few faithful/amazing men out of the people who I have known who met their significant other online! Still to this day I see a lot of m friends getting played online and they are too dumb to even listen to advice, so I keep my mouth closed! Sad but TRUE! xx
 

aljaye

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i agree withnyou crazy pink on the waiters,animation and the people onthe beach,they have so many women all over the place,proper casonovas,..and i cannot believe it how they sit online looking for women all the time,SAD BA****DS.some of the things ive seen is awful,but you can not tell the women they yhink they no best,and believe them wen they say,your all i have and i love you blah,blah!!!!.and whohas a 44 year old age difference??...
That only leaves taxi drivers, tuk tuk drivers, shopkeepers and office workers then I think..oh and farmers..!
 

sianperkins89

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jenn we use teamviewer too! haha usually only when i have some problem with my laptop and he has to go in and fix it. did he also teach you where to download music for free and give you free links for the nod32 antivirus? haha that seems to be something that we all get when getting a tunisian partner online. :p :)
 

MellieC

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I'm sorry for being the one to say this, BUT, surely if (in general) the guy is not working, how can he call abroad?? I know MSN, email is free but they would still have to pay for the interent use. It WILL be all one sided if this is the scenario...:(

These men that do not want to better themselves with education or work are just on the look out for Europeans. i know I will get the backlash for saying this but i am NOT in a relationship with a Tunisian and can take a back seat on all these posts.

What I'd like to know is, where do you meet these guys that have no work etc?? If it is on the internet I would be suspicious.....

This is not aimed at any one individual it is just a pattern that I see forming. :(
its a regular pattern? along with the "he was working but he's not now he's waiting for me to sort out his visa"

IF they (tune men) TRY to work, and are not successful thats a different story, but the "sit on their arse and wait for the western woman to provide all" aren't worth pissing on if they were on fire!
 
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