Watching 2 Brothers and a Bride

Last night, the movie 2 Brothers and a Bride was on TV and I thought “hey, why not?”  The movie was interesting and fresh. It was about 2 brothers from the Midwest that joined a matchmaking tour to Lima, Peru where they are promised introductions to hundreds of women in 2 weeks.

The characters Jake and Josh live and work in a vegetable farm and their Ma looked after them. When she died, the two realized how lonely and bad they are in household work. With the issue looming, Josh books 2 tickets to Peru as part of the “Peru Women” singles tour.

At first glance, you’d expect a sort of romance over the rainbow but these 2 brothers aren’t exactly looking for love; they are looking for a wife. This synopsis makes this rom-com-indie movie unique.

The character Angela Beck, a British reporter doing a documentary on the “Peru Women” scenario, is fascinated and confused about the whole gig. Her character brings in a sensible, down-to-earth and insightful side of the tour.

Overall, the movie brings in a unique outlook on singles tours and romance in entirety. I think it’s worth recommending. What do you think?

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I guess we’re a perfect match

I joined Peru Women  just last year. I saw the profiles of other girls who are hopeful to be appreciated by foreign men. Just like me, these girls are waiting to be loved and hopefully get married with men of foreign influence. My name is Anna, I am from Peru and this is my journey in meeting the man of my dream.

I grew up in Lima, a big city in Peru. This is the place where you get to see a lot of attractive and sexy women. And I am one of them, of course! I joined Peru Women with the hopes of finding true love with men in the States, i really don’t care much if he’s older than me. After a year of membership, at last, someone noticed my profile and send messages to me. He is Andy. Based on his profile, he is an entrepreneur with 2 kids. He is divorced and currently looking for a wife. I guess we’re a perfect match!

Aside from his work, he told me he is athletic and active to any sports. He didn’t know I am too. I was a college varsity before! I love to play volleyball, soccer, and even water sports. These are my edge to be his wife. I guess we’re a perfect match!

I know it’s hard to expect but based on what he’s saying, he’s definitely interested in me. Am I too confident? Yes, because he has given me expectations and promises. Do I have to rely on this? Please respond. Your reactions are appreciated.

Giving online dating a second chance

I have been a victim of online dating before. The story goes with a foreign woman and I meeting for the first time. I even flew to her country to see her. I spent thousands of dollars and especially sacrificing my time my only child. I’m divorced by the way. So we decided to meet in this certain place, set a time and eat for dinner.

But the worst thing happened. A very skinny woman who looked like 40 years old came close to me and told me she’s the one I’ve been chatting for weeks. And I was petrified. The pictures she has been sending me for weeks did not even match to what I saw that day. I lost my interest eventually. I don’t want to be rude at that time, so I talked to her for an hour only. I wasn’t just pissed but felt so betrayed.

Since then, I cursed online dating. I promised myself not to try it again. Months passed and a friend of mine will be getting married. He’s going to marry a foreign woman he met through a matchmaking service Peru Women. I guess it’s another form of online dating. But he told me it’s not. According to him it’s a legit site and the women are real. He told me the profiles are current and very authentic. He encouraged me to give it a try.

Should I try it? Do you think this site is much better than what I used before? My child wants a mom and I want to be married ASAP. Thanks for your responses!

Proposing to my girlfriend to marry me through video chat. Is it okay?

I met a girl on Peru Women four years ago and we’ve been together since then. In the course of-of our relationship, we’ve met only about four times. Despite that, we’ve managed to maintain a stable relationship. I love her and she loves me.

It has come to a point that I’m finally ready to settle down. I’m a middle-aged man with enough funds to support a family. I’m finally ready to start my own life with my girlfriend. However, I can’t propose to her just yet. Not because I don’t want to but because I can’t.

I just got promoted and I can’t file any vacation days yet with all the responsibilities I have on hand. She also can’t travel because she has her own commitments at home. Our anniversary is coming up, I was thinking of proposing on that special day, make it even special. Since we can’t be physically together on that day, I was considering proposing to her through video chat.

My plan is to have a romantic setup in my room, candles and all. I could enlist someone to help me take the video. Then, I would go down on one knee and ask her to marry me. Of course, I would do it all over again in person. I just can’t wait to call her my fiancee. I need some advice about my plan. Should I go on? Will it be okay? Do I just wait until we’re together? That’ll probably be a year from now. What do I do?