City Review: Manila Madness

Manila, Philippines

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I visited Manila recently over a summer break for one week.

Being the Capital of the Philippines I expected it to have some worthy sights to visit. However, upon my arrival I noticed that there really isn’t much to see in this city.

The city is home to to 12 million people. It is poorly planned with nightmare traffic during peak times. The people are willing to scam you and deceive you in order to benefit themselves. I stayed in the Makati area which is one of the better parts of the National Capital Region and home to many expatriates. The weather is warm and humid in summer and thunderstorms occur regularly in the summer months.

Manila had by far the ugliest people I have ever come across in a city. The average quality of women is something like a 2/10, it made Australia seem like heaven. The women are the easiest in the world and are into foreigners for their status and wealth as much as their looks and charm. People are retarded, with low education levels and lack of social welfare meaning many will be living below the poverty line.

There are plenty of hookers and ladyboys since the majority of people have no value to offer to the world besides the use of their pussies or anuses. Girls as young as 17 will take up prostitution in order to live the high life and escape the doom of mediocrity that awaits.

I would focus on foreign girls and halfies as they were generally hotter. There are subsets of girls from China whom avoid Filipino’s like the plague as they view them as far inferior to themselves. Local girls will lie, cheat, and steal in order to benefit themselves, many girls will have Filipino husbands and Fiancées but will happily cheat with a foreigner as there is a remote possibility that they could get foreign citizenship and escape their dump of a country.

The upper class is something quite amazing, people whom live in areas like Rockwell, Fort Bonifacio and so on have baller families with multiple maids, cooks, and drivers. They are generally good looking, party in the high end places and travel to exotic locations funded by foreign cash, usually through their parents. If you can crack this circle you’ll do well. I was fortunate to meet a girl who was in this circle and believe me, it had me in awe. Besides all the doom an gloom in the country, there is some excitement in the upper tier.

I feel like there is strong delusion amongst the people of this country. People will be caught red handed doing something illegal, with video coverage and still deny their involvement. They believe that if something is denied continually that will mean that it simply never occurred. People are similar to dung beetles when it comes to their long term outlooks and goals, they will put a short term pleasure ahead of any consequences affiliated with that action, for example, look at all the knocked up women carrying children with multiple fathers.

Manila is horrible logistically, it’s a poorly planned car city which reminded me of the horrid traffic I found myself in back in Melbourne. Being a poverty stricken country, roads often were closed and had construction work being performed which conveniently can add a lot of time to a simple trip. Cab drivers will scam you and won’t want to use their meters, so be stern and threaten to leave the cab if they give any attitude, they are the slaves, not you. The city is spread out with hubs like Quezon City, Fort Bonifacio, Malate and so on, so you might need to use cabs to get around assuming you don’t have a vehicle.

There isn’t much to do in Manila besides banging and clubbing. I focussed on the high end joints, such as Palace Pool Club, Prive and Valkyrie. There is some decent quality there as this is the best place for quality in the whole country. There are many ballers rocking up in Ferrari’s and Bentley’s and lots of foreign cash too. Dress up, and look like you fit in, work the venues and be prepared to work hard. Since there’s so many foreign ballers here, you’ll need to bring your A-Game. There’s sadly plenty of hookers amongst the crowd trying to find high end clientèle so be weary of them.

There’s shitty clubs in places like Malate but I personally don’t get any enjoyment in slamming 5/10’s so I avoided them like a plague.

You’ll see online how foreign guys come here and slam some crazy notches like 96 girls in 3 months etc. and after being here a week I completely see that being doable, given you’re happy banging 4-6’s/10. The quality in this place is so low that it is really a quantity-driven city. If you’re a novice notch hunter then this place is for you. If you’re a more seasoned player who is past the point of hunting for notches in order to feel validated then pass on Manila since there’s definitely other places with substantially prettier girls, much better quality of life and similar cost of living. Sometimes I’d wonder why foreigners with money would be living in the Philippines long term, given how shit the pollution, traffic and social problems are over there, but each to their own.

5 thoughts on “City Review: Manila Madness

  1. Colin Kornes says:

    How many did u fuck?

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  3. me says:

    How come you did not mention filipinos pissing everywhere, smell of stale piss, the trash and the airport?

  4. me says:

    I have been living in the philippines for several years and several places in the philippines. Believe me the whole country is like what you experienced in Manila.

  5. Tom says:

    All above is true and 110% accurate. I had sex with about 60 filipinas in one month and I was putting in maybe 60% effort. They throw trash everywhere, throw their feces all over and take no accountability for anything. I’ve travelled to twenty countries and have never seen A society treat their country so bad. I will say the beaches are nice and some of the provinces are a good place to visit .

    PS: note, one thing I’ve learned about Filipinos don’t ever voice your opinion about their country to them even if they ask. Do not give an honest opinion to them, they can not handle it and became very vicious .

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