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#51

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In Budapest till 29th August if anyone wants to meet up.
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#52

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This typical bar at 8 pm I counted 50 guys and about 15 girls ratio. Most bars seem to have similar ratios from what I have seen. Hence most budapest women not too social. Approaches are challenging to say
the least.
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#53

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I've been many times in Budapest and I agree with most of what has been said. Here’s my 2 cents.

In a nutshell : Budapest is a good compromise between the wild East and the decadent West.

It won’t be as obvious to get girls as it might be further East, Hungarians won’t be impressed with your passport because they can easily go to Western Europe thanks to Schengen and Easyjet.

On the other hand, it’s really easy and cheap to go there if you are a westerner, the city is quite safe, most people you will encounter speak English, and you probably won’t get into shady situations (if you avoid the scam bars in the center and the gipsy taxis) as you would further East or South. It’s also rather easy to get a job if you speak English, albeit a low-paying one, as you have many outsourced call-centers and back-offices from globo-corps such as Exxon, IBM and Tata. Unemployment rate is quite low now and there is a shortage of manual labor.

About the girls : I’d say 85% brown hair, 15% blondes. In my opinion, I’ve been more impressed in other places, but still Hungarian girls are OK. I would say there are many 7s. As far as I'm concerned, I’m fine with a 7, I’m not a model myself.

It's quite westernized, especially if you talk to girls who are fluent in English, which is most of them in Budapest. This is both good and bad, as it will be easier to understand girls that speak a common language and are not so different culturally. On the other hand, I’ve been caught off-guard a couple times here with some women reciting feminist talking points to me, which can happen especially if you wander about close to the Soros institute (Central European University).

There is sometimes a misunderstanding between Eastern girls who want to mate with a Westerner because they expect he will cook, take care of the kids, or be more “progressive” in general, and Western guys who travel to the East with the intent of finding a more traditional woman…

With Hungarians, there is a strong opposition between those that are quite nationalist and will lecture you about Trianon, and those that are prone to self-hate and have an inferiority complex because they come from a small not-so-rich country. Almost no middle ground between these two extremes. In Budapest, you are more likely to encounter the second type, and some girls from that group seem to have a preference for foreigners. Staying there a while, I noticed a girl who was only dating Spanish guys, and another one only Italians, and so on.

On the venues: there is really a big difference between summer and winter. Indoor venues that are packed and very lively in winter will be empty or closed in summer, such as the Morrison pubs.
Szimpla, Instant, Otkert, Doboz, those have been around at least 10 years now. As said in previous posts, Szimpla is mainly for tourists and the people working there will speak to you in English. In the summer, you should try Budapest Park for concerts.

All in all, I would not call Budapest a “pussy paradise”, but there are some nice girls around, and as a foreigner, it is always possible that you will meet a girl who is especially interested in the culture you come from, and get lucky. So the main reason I keep coming back here is that it’s more relaxed than big western cities like Paris and London, in part because it’s smaller, and also because it’s not really multicultural (yet?). In Budapest, you get the benefits of a more homogenous, higher trust society, and dare I say it feels more European than Paris. (FWIW in 2 weeks I closed a 5 and a 7)
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I lived in Budapest for a year, that was back in 2004. You guys are late to the party, hell, back then I was late too.
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I don't know but something seems to have changed here in Budapest. The smart has taken over and it has had a profound impact on women especially it seems.

Everywhere you go you see women absorbed in their smart phone.

It has allowed American feminism to spread wildly all over. I see that in Budapest women.

I have done a good amount of approaching and breaking through their non interest is similar to Toronto women I find.

They form into small groups in clubs and breaking into their space requires a lot of skill with usually platonic results.
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Quote: (10-12-2018 03:23 AM)Bain Wrote:  

I don't know but something seems to have changed here in Budapest. The smart has taken over and it has had a profound impact on women especially it seems.

Everywhere you go you see women absorbed in their smart phone.

It has allowed American feminism to spread wildly all over. I see that in Budapest women.

I have done a good amount of approaching and breaking through their non interest is similar to Toronto women I find.

They form into small groups in clubs and breaking into their space requires a lot of skill with usually platonic results.

Agreed. One thing about Hungarians is they often proudly copy the worst aspects of modern western culture because they view it as a status symbol to look western in their behaviour. I remember a few years ago when a Hungarian friend proudly showed me around Westend shoppping mall saying "see, we have these too now!". But this is the case in most developing countries, like in Cambodia our guide proudly brought us to a local McDonalds copycat fastfood joint to show us, "see we are developed too".
To your point I dont know the right answer but I guess you have to adapt to the market and meet the girls where they are if you think they are worth it. So I'm seriously considering getting a new smartphone for the better camera sensor and creating an instagram account.
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Quote: (10-11-2018 01:49 PM)MisterFresh Wrote:  

So the main reason I keep coming back here is that it’s more relaxed than big western cities like Paris and London, in part because it’s smaller, and also because it’s not really multicultural (yet?). In Budapest, you get the benefits of a more homogenous, higher trust society, and dare I say it feels more European than Paris. (FWIW in 2 weeks I closed a 5 and a 7)

I firmly believe Paris is a, if not the, capital of world culture. And that its a city everyone should visit at least once in their life time - there are just so many must sees there. But I completely agree with Budapest being a much more livable, somewhat commonly unthought of alternative to Paris. The cities are quite similar.

Budapest has some similar pretty architecture, comparable weather in summer, far more reasonable prices, as good or better English levels, no migrant problem whatsoever, is safer and is a much more manageable size just geographically. Its a much better place to spend any visit longer than a week in.

It also doubles as Paris in a lot of films interestingly, for budgetary reasons.
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