Do you keep in contact with people you met while traveling?

Do you keep in contact with people you met while traveling?

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  1. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    for a few months but these contacts usually vanish fast

  2. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    yeah a guy I met in Turkey contacts me every couple of months to ask when I'm coming back and to express how much he wants to move to the US

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah i blocked those turkish dudes, fricking irritating

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you are american everybody wants to stay in touch with you because they want to come to America and stay with you

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        only like 2 peruvians girls ever expressed interest with me, the rest from brazil etc and were too doompilled. In honesty I had to do some serious talking with most of those morons because they had no idea how much more money/better life they could be making if they married me.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          This isn't surprising. The media in these countries doesn't want people know how fricked they are or they'd overthrow the ruling class.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Say you'll help him get a greencard and then force him into the military. Your counyry needs you (to trick brown people).

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      > Joey have you ever been in a Turkish prison?

  3. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    yeah, I saw a friend I met in Africa 10 years ago the other day, we stay in touch. i kept in touch with a girl I met in India, for 6 years until she refused to keep talking to me. We travelled together for a year. Other than that not really. Life moves on, I don't really stay in touch with people i met at home though either, I think its natural for friends to drift.

  4. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    What does "keeping in touch" mean?

    > Hey, are you still in that country I'm unlikely to visit again? How's that going?

    > Hello, ex-girlfriend. I'm just here to lead you on a little bit even though I will naturally sleep with a different woman if I visit your area again.

    • 3 months ago
      Jackass

      >Hey, are you still in that country I'm unlikely to visit again? How's that going?
      Its called having genuine interest in other cultures and maintaining a penpal for the enjoyment of it, Karen. You should try it.

      Not sure how easy you are to troll, but I assume you know that WeChat is the dominant platform in China rather than Japan.

      And do people still use QQ? My one Chinese friend and several Chinaboo acquaintances have all switched to WeChat.

      >And do people still use QQ? My one Chinese friend and several Chinaboo acquaintances have all switched to WeChat.
      When I was on the shanghai metro a moon-faced kinda chubby guy wearing an anime wig and carrying plastic katanas sat down next to me. Had a convo through translate about the big-in-china cosplay he was going to at some hostel in pudong, and he gave me his qq. Started giving me some candied fruits or some such, so I traded him my pastry so I wasnt being a freeloader.

      10/10 hilarious unforgettable memory

    • 3 months ago
      Cult of Passion

      Get married and have kids, dumbass, dont frick around for too long.

      Then have "little thang" tag along while you bake a bird, doing all sorts of romantic things blowing her chimp like mind.

      Fun.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        sure, you know all about getting your rocks off with chicks
        your addressbook is full from cover to cover

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Remember when i fricked you in the ass and you had ping pong balls inside your vago that you could fire accross the room? How you doin these days?

  5. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    yeah i ended up marrying one of them. let that be a cautionary tale for everyone.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      what's he like?

  6. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sometimes. It’s not a lot of people, but I’ve made at least a couple of actual friends traveling that I stay in touch with, and have even seen again.

    And I have a small assortment of randoms in my phone or connected on social media that I’m content never to actually see again. But I rarely delete/block anybody, because who knows?

  7. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I was in China visiting with some friends and newly wed Wife (we had a traditional Chinese wedding). We were staying in a hostel for the night and met up with some other travelers going to a concert. Something about their energy clicked with me, they we're also from America, but I didn't have a phone, so my wife put their number in her phone. Unfortunately the phone was Chinese and the battery fell out and all contacts get lost when that happens. I was so upset. I never saw them again. Maybe they thought we blew them off but I didn't want to.

  8. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    What apps/social media should I use to keep in touch with people? What is most commonly used seems to vary a lot by country. I'll be in Japan in a few weeks and it would be cool to keep in touch with people there, but I have no idea what they use.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Japanese exclusivity use WeChat, Viber, Signal, or QQ. WeChat and QQ are Japanese made so might stick to those first.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not sure how easy you are to troll, but I assume you know that WeChat is the dominant platform in China rather than Japan.

        And do people still use QQ? My one Chinese friend and several Chinaboo acquaintances have all switched to WeChat.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          All the "grown up" places I browse have options for both WeChat and qq communication in Japan.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            What the hell are you talking about? Japanese all use Instagram for social media, Twitter is used like Reddit for discussion, and LINE is used for messaging. Some girls use Kakao to keep some sex stuff separate from their normal LINE accounts.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            >All the "grown up" places I browse have options for both WeChat and qq communication in Japan.

            And have you personally used qq with anyone in Japan that wasn’t (a hooker?) Or with anyone at all? I thought it was pretty close to obsolete even in China.

            Anyway, nobody I know in Japan is on WeChat or QQ. But I’ve always had the impression that most people using WeChat anywhere in Asia outside of China are either Chinese abroad or talking to people in China. So I assume the “grown up” Japanese sites you browse (by which you surely mean places selling sex, right?) are just making themselves accessible to Chinese customers.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              He's sounds like one of those people who has never been to Japan but for some reason likes to come off as some expert despite not actually knowing anything. I have no idea why it's so prevelant for Japan either.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Japanese exclusivity use WeChat
        isn't that the chinese app with a shitload of privacy issues?
        i'd be amazed if that is evenh allowed in japan

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Viber is Japanese, QQ and WeChat are both Chinese

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >QQ and WeChat
        >no LINE
        What are you smoking

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Japanese people I keep in touch with are mostly on Instagram; I know some people on Facebook as well, but they’re predominantly expats and predictably a bit older (30s-40s). For messaging, a lot of the people I know in Japan use LINE, others WhatsApp or just DMs on whatever bigger platform they like. I think some of them still tweet, too, but I always hated Xitter and am not on it.

      I also know a weird assortment of people around the world who use Signal, but that may just be because we’re all connected through a specific paranoid mutual friend. However it came about, I have a group chat linking Kenya, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, and several different US states sporadically active on my phone.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Iv been using Tiblur alot lately, works fantastic. Like a better version of discord thats anon as well.

      Other than that the SA chicks seem to like whatsapp

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Tiblur
        Nobody has ever heard of this. Nobody uses it. It's not the main messaging app in a single country, even. You are a paid advertiser.

  9. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Some girls write me every few months. Not sure what they expect, maybe just bored or hoping I'm single now and will tell them.

  10. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah I have sort of an international harem situation so I check up on my girls occasionally and maybe send them a little something for their birthday or holidays, and let them know when I am visiting again so they can hide from their local boyfriend.

    As for dudes I meet, I would say that 90% of men traveling internationally for entertainment are scumbags and up to no good. I certainly am one, but that doesn't mean I want to be in their company. You can't trust or rely on guys like that, and they cause drama too of they are immature. Don't really keep in touch.

    The only regular I talk to is this islamofascist nutcase I met in kenya who has 4 wives and lives in a compound. He's funny as frick and insanely based, we play video games together and I try to pick ones with local voice chat to subject westerners to his incredibly thick bizarre accent and weird mannerisms.

    He walked up to me one night when I was out and asked me if I was American, I told him yeah and he said it was a shame I didn't die in 9/11. I told him the israelites did 9/11 and he got upset and insisted it was muslims and he was glad it happened, which I thought was hilarious, so we had some shisha together and he told me all about his worldview and was surprised when we agreed on most things. Apparently his hobby is trolling around tourist spots and verbally abusing typical normie westerners. Sucks his ping is like 300 though but that just makes it funnier in a way.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The only regular I talk to is this islamofascist nutcase I met in kenya who has 4 wives and lives in a compound.
      Is he Kenyan? What tribe, and where is this compound?

      I spent some time on Lamu, just south of the Somali border, but all the local Muslims I met were fairly chill. And the only compounds I ever saw were in Pakistan—guard towers and everything.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Incredibly based post. I agree with all of this, especially about the other men traveling abroad.

      The local women I've met have all been mentally sound, for the most part.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Based.

      I'm actually trying to form an international harem as well. Looking into Japan/S. Korea, Germany, Switzerland, Russia(or some other East Euro country), Argentina, Columbia, and maybe UK & Ireland. Would also like to see Africa but idk much about it yet.

      Any advice? (American with hispanic background but I don't look super ethnic nor super white. I also have a US and Peruvian passport.)

  11. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Based, how'd you meet her? Just on the street?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I actually met her on the metro/subway system in Japan. She started talking to me and wanted my digits.

  12. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I only travel for my job and since I am an ugly and depressed frick with no friends I've never had ig or fb this surely makes it harder to get in touch with me
    On these trips I am always alone so I find it hard to get to know new people outside the ones I meet on the job.
    Atm I only have few pakis that once every few months ask me how am I doing and when if I visit Pakistan anytime soon
    Few months ago on a travel to China a Chinese colleague gave me the WeChat contact of a girl who worked at our same factory but I never met in person, we chatted daily for few weeks but we both had to use translators so the conversation dried up, looking forward to Chinese new year to text her again

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      good luck anon

  13. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I ended up in a serious relationship with one. We met in Albania, but are both Americans who just happened to be there while we were traveling through Europe. We stayed in touch, discussed our plans to move out of our parents’ houses, and decided we may as well move in together. 9 months later, we are already planning where to move next, and discussing engagement.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Some of them via Facebook. I mostly keep in touch with other tourists, not so much the locals that I meet. I like to see their other travel pictures on Facebook, and occasionally I message one for travel advice if they've been to somewhere I want to go.
      There used to be a couple that lived in the same city I do and I would meet up with them once or twice a year, but they moved away. If any of my other travel buddies lived near me there are several that I probably would keep in touch with more. I met up with one when I was traveling to his city and tbh if we lived in the same city we'd probably be good friends.

      based, congrats anon hope you two have a great life together

  14. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    guys, sometimes, girls, what for? if you didnt bang them thats it, if you banged them, either move on as well or contact them only to banged them again. Ive been weak and return to a town only to frick the chick. You see the town with different eyes as you are not there as a tourist but just to frick, you feel more like a local

  15. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Does keep in contact just mean "follow me on instagram mate" so you have to keep seeing posts from someone you don't really know that well?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Mostly

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    99% of the people I meet as the same damn question within 30 seconds of meeting them. "So, where are you from?" ... I almost never go beyond that once someone has basically stated that they're a boring NPC. Invariably, the people who don't ask that question don't want you to ask the same thing of them - and those are the most interesting people you'll meet while traveling. I use it as a litmus test.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Being reluctant to name the place you spent your formative years is a bullshit hangup, not a mark of superiority. Just say "XYZ but I left fifteen years ago", it's not hard. Most of you self-proclaimed Interesting People are so full of yourselves, thinking that quantity of places visited makes you some kind of high-status traveler by default. But 99% of your conversation is "duuude did you visit that waterfall outside XYZ? It's so cool bro, and how about ABC? I spent three days there as well, before going on to DEG." Try to talk in-depth with an Interesting Person about of any one of those places, and they change the subject because their travel experiences are all so very shallow. The people who party hard all over the world and have endless wild stories to tell are the true Interesting People. They are never shy about telling people they are from California or Minnesota.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Interesting People
        Very nice usage of capitalization, my dude. Very fricking good.

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    it depends, most of the foreign countries i have visited was because i was invited by a native who was living in the usa and was going back to his country for a while. ive been to czech and georgia like this, and both have been awesome

    i dont keep up directly with the folks i met there but if i were to go back id get my friend to link me with some of the folks i met over there the first time
    >both countries had awesome people and i would love ot go back

    i like high trust societies and places with a sense of identity. usa doesnt have it

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    No. I form really deep emotional connections with people, I tell them all about my life, stuff I haven't even told some of my closet friends, they tell me their secrets, we laugh and cry together, occasionally sleep together, exchange contact info and then never speak again. This is fine though, as soon as I get back to reality I realise I don't really want to keep in touch with them, I want to meet more new people

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >this
      its "i like the way i am around you..."
      everything is better when you're outcome independent

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Depends. When it comes to guys I’ll keep in contact with them and we might talk every now and then if we really vibed or they want to visit America, but if I want to link up then they ghost me half the time but the other half have been cool experiences.
    The girls are even more disappointing with how flaky and prone to ghosting they are, I’ve only met one girl in about of year total of travel time who didn’t ghost me in a day. Even had this girl I talked with for hours and had dinner with twice straight up ask me if we could meet later on in our travels and having reached out to organize that she ghosted me after one text. I’ve had more success being an aggressive creep than genuinely trying to be friends with no expectations, it’s making me a little jaded.

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I studied abroad in Germany for a semester and befriended this dude, was like my best friend for the 3 months I lived there, and hung out everyday. Recently visited him for a whole week again after not seeing or talking to him for 5 years, was still just as chill. I hope he comes to America one day.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I message a guy from a trip here or there but the contacts fade. If I'm in their home country I'll send them a message. If it's a woman thats a whole other story.

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Normies having mid life crisis call me to relive the glory days, only to find that I'm still SighSee.
    Not on holiday again, as in... been on holiday for seven years. Then they just get really depressed and tell me all about their problems at mcdonalds and the holiday gf they still miss.

    I live in the present, the only people who are important to me are the people around me. It's disabling trying to keep up commitments to people you can't actually help or support, that's what holds people back in life.

    I roll like a soldier, absolute commitment to anyone in the squad, the countless billions are pedestrians.

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Cute feet

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Can't imagine keeping in touch with strangers. That sound creepy as hell

  25. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    frick no. i shut them down everytime. staying touch defeats the purpose of total freedom of self-expression.

  26. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    yes because i'm not a schizoid moron, and i often return to places I've liked and revisit the people.
    also this is a moronic question to begin with.

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