Quick – it’s Friday, you had a hard week at work, and all your guy friends are busy this weekend with their girlfriends. You have three choices: you can spend your weekend playing Grand Theft Auto and eating Funyuns, you can spend another lonely weekend with Palmela Handerson and Handgelina Jolie, or you can get off your lazy butt and go find yourself an awesome girl to occupy your time.
What do you do?
For your sake, I hope you join the ranks of your friends and brothers by going out and meeting a beautiful woman. But what happens when you don’t want just any woman, you prefer women of another race? Yeah, I know, meeting non-Asian women as an Asian man can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be. And here’s some good news: Asian women are still a minority, so anywhere you meet LOTS of women you are guaranteed to also meet LOTS of non-Asian women!
That’s why I’ve compiled this list of ten fun ways you can get out, have a great weekend, and meet more stunning non-Asian girls! What are you waiting for?
In this day and age, outdoor activities are more popular than EVER. You can always join a local hiking club (most places take regular Saturday hikes), but even if you go out on your own, the most popular trails are usually so active that you’ll pass tons of women on your way through the trail. A favorite pastime of Caucasian women especially, hiking has the added benefit of helping you burn off the Funyuns and Heineken from last weekend.
Go to a doggie day camp or dog park
If you don’t have a dog, this one’s not for you, because chicks DIG dogs, and if there’s one thing us women love, it’s seeing a man who likes animals. It tickles our warm fuzzies and makes us three times more likely to give up our phone number. Many places offer weekend training sessions, and companies like PetSmart offer a literal doggie day care where you can watch your Jack Russell wrestle with her labradoodle while you invite her out for coffee.
Take cooking lessons
If you’re still single, it might be because the last time you invited a girl over to your house for dinner, she spent the next day praying she didn’t have food poisoning. Like a man with a puppy, every woman enjoys seeing a man in the kitchen who won’t condemn them to a life of Taco Bell leftovers and Hungry Man dinners. Any man who knows his way around spices is guaranteed to be a fun time on the weekends. Ask her to pass you the basil – AND her number.
Go shopping at Whole Foods
No, you don’t have to break the bank switching to all-organic fruits, becoming a vegan, and throwing away your regular deodorant for some questionable stick of patchouli-scented pit butter. No one is asking you to. But Whole Foods is notorious for a primarily female (and predominantly Caucasian) clientele, and since many of their customers are health-conscious, you’re less likely to run into unhealthy women who make you curse the inventor of yoga pants than you would be at Wal Mart. Don’t be afraid to ask her opinion on which brand of Ezekiel bread tastes better – she will be impressed that you know what it is. An added bonus: most Whole Foods stores have a food court you can use to snag an instant date.
Head to the laundromat
And no, I don’t just mean to wash the smell of Funyuns out of your clothes so that you can be acceptable in front of a pretty lady. In major cities like Los Angeles and New York, having a washing machine in your apartment is rare. EVERYONE goes to the laundromat. This gives you two advantages: you prove to her that you are neither a mama’s boy incapable of doing his own laundry nor a smelly pig basking in his own filth for weeks, and you get to liberate her from the boredom of twiddling her thumbs for an hour while her jeans dry. If you like Latinas, visit a laundromat in a Latin neighborhood. Black women? Check out a predominantly black neighborhood. You wouldn’t think a laundromat could help indulge your racial preferences, but you’d be surprised.
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