Philipino dating customs
With that in mind I thought I’d share another aspect of scamming: bargirls.“Bargirl” is basically another name for prostitute in the Philippines.
The girls who work in bars are usually available to spend the night with patrons who are willing to pay a “bar fine”–an amount paid to the bar for her to “leave work early.” The bargirl gets a percentage of the fine (I guess) and then presumably gets a tip from her customer for what they do in private.
Malate, for example, is one of the red light districts of Manila.
Angeles City is infamous for Fields Avenue–a pedestrian street lined with bars.
As an outsider who is marrying into the Filipino culture it is important to understand what kinds of traditions are important to your bride and her family.
Sadly, the scammers kind of ruin it for everyone: they harm the reputation of women from the Philippines and they harm the men who are sincerely looking for love.
If you have plans to wed a Filipino woman than there are quite a few traditional wedding customs that you may want to be aware of.
Keep in mind that not every generation or family chooses to honor all of these customs, but many of them are designed to be part of a faith-based ceremony that combines Filipino folklore with the Catholic beliefs of the culture.
The man goes to the parents to let them know that he is marrying their daughter. An approval and consent is believed to be a blessing and brings luck as good start of being a couple. You can add your comments, suggestions and feedback . You can also email me or send me a message in facebook.
My name is Yuri Sincero I am a part-time writer and full-time marketing student at Cebu Institute of Technology.
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