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April 20, 2012 in Personals

To protect the privacy of all our users, we decided to move permanently the personal ads section from our site Costa Rica Classifieds to a new and independent platform called Costa Rica Personals.

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NYC Proposition 8 protest 25

April 18, 2014 in Lesbian Personals

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Des Moines Register: Same Sex Marriage License Issued
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Iowa City is the seat of Johnson County.
Nobody applied for one in the Madison County! Nevermind the covered bridges.

GOP efforts to thwart gay marriage ruling appear to have fizzled
By Jason Hancock 4/27/09 10:13 AM

“My personal belief is that a marriage should be between a man and a woman, but I did take an oath of office as county recorder, which states that I support the Constitution of the state of Iowa, so I will be treating all applications for marriage licenses the same — it’s simple as that,” Sioux County Recorder Anita Van Bruggen told the Quad City Times.

Sioux County is not only the most conservative part of Iowa, referred to by many as Iowa’s Bible Belt, but it is more conservative than any other county in the country, according to the Cook Political Report’s Partisan Voting Index.

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STQ- Things That Don’t Suck

April 13, 2014 in Lesbian Personals

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United Airlines – N606UA (retired, stored)
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Rendezvous with an old friend of mine again. I am on my way to Las Vegas, not to play or relax, but to check up on my girlfriend, and my own life is a bit of a roller coaster currently – and I feel almost as beat up as this retired travel companion.

This aircraft, City of Chicago, was the first Boeing 767 to carry passengers when she entered service with United Airlines on 8 September 1982. She was upgraded in the early 1990s for extra range when United started operating transatlantic services, then from the mid-1990s on, flew 3-class premium services between New York Kennedy and San Francisco or Los Angeles until her retirement in 2004.

In the 1990s, the United premium service to/from New York was my mainstay of air travel, and as recently as late 2003, this very aircraft was the very one taking me to New York on my way to London. The plane is clearly in decrepit shape with missing parts, but from a distance at first glance, she almost looks ready to fly me to New York once again.

Once my life settles down, I do wish to resume traveling. Every trip I ever took to London (including one that was partially on City of Chicago) took place at a turning point in my personal life, and to that end I will be returning to London when I’m ready to resume traveling.

On this day, lined up behind her, are half a dozen ex-QANTAS Boeing 737s. In the distance can be seen a few ex-Delta aircraft: at least a pair of L-1011s and a 727.

N606UA, "City of Chicago"
Boeing 767-222/ET
Construction Number: 21867
Line Number: 9
First Flight: 20 July 1982
Delivery: 19 August 1982, United Airlines
Stored: January 2004

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Q&A: are online personals ok?

April 8, 2014 in Online Personals

Question by alex: are online personals ok?
I’m a woman, and its very hard to find another woman (because everyone around this area seems straight or in the closet)- is it ok to resort to personal adds of people around your area?

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Have you ever watched tv? They do this for straight people all the time! It’s fine.

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David, The Intervention of the Sabine Women

April 3, 2014 in The Women

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Jacques-Louis David, The Intervention of the Sabine Women, 1799, Oil on canvas, 12 feet, 8 inches x 17 feet and 3/4 of an inch (Musée du Louvre, Paris)

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David, The Intervention of the Sabine Women with detail of broken sword above infant
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Jacques-Louis David, The Intervention of the Sabine Women, 1799, Oil on canvas, 12 feet, 8 inches x 17 feet and 3/4 of an inch (Musée du Louvre, Paris)

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Spring 2013 at Rutgers University … The moment Frisbee-wielding Rutgers student was pepper sprayed by police (15 April 2013) …The College Fix – ‘TINDER GOT ME LAID’ (APRIL 24, 2013) …

March 29, 2014 in Online Dating

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Students, including Baretti, stood around burning furniture and shouted ‘RU!’ it was reduced to cinders.

Later, Baretti can be seen throwing more fuel onto a burning couch.

‘told you i wasnt kidding….MACE2FACE…#YOLO,’ she bragged on Facebook after posting the photo of herself getting sprayed.
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. Students burned couches, drank and smoked drugs openly and fought in the street, police say

By MICHAEL ZENNIE

PUBLISHED: 00:11 EST, 15 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:31 EST, 15 April 2013

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A Rutgers student is claiming police brutality after she was pepper sprayed in the face when officers in riot gear shut down an out of control block party near the campus of the New Jersey university.

Gina Barretti, a junior, says a New Brunswick police officer blasted her in the face because she wouldn’t put down a Frisbee. Photos show the officer spraying a crowd of students.

Police armed with riot shields, batons and fire-extinguisher-sized bottles of pepper spray marched down the block on Saturday afternoon after students began fighting, burning couches and jumping on the roofs of the houses on the block.

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‘Police brutality’: This is the moment Gina Barretti, in the neon green hat, was pepper-sprayed by a police officers as riot cops broke up a rowdy party near the campus of Rutgers University

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Cleaned up: Baretti, pictured here the day after the party, tells a TV news crew about how police marched into the block with riot shields and pepper spray canisters

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img code photo … Proud: Baretti (Gina Barretti, a junior at Rutgers University)

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Proud: Baretti, who works as a waitress as well as studying at Rutgers, bragged about getting sprayed by police when she posted the photo on Facebook

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img code photo … Proud: Baretti (Gina Barretti, a junior at Rutgers University)

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Proud: Baretti, who works as a waitress as well as studying at Rutgers, bragged about getting sprayed by police when she posted the photo on Facebook

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Videos taken by students show hundreds of students drinking and smoking drugs openly and taunting police cars that rolled down the block.

Baretti told Fox 5 news that she was pepper-sprayed before she even realized what was happening.

‘A cop came out with the pepper spray and was like "put the Frisbee down" and I was like "woah woah woah" and like two seconds later he was like BAM,’ she said.

Video shows Baretti, dressed in cutoff shorts, a block tank top and a neon green hat, taunting officers the first time they drove through the party and attempted to break up revelers.

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Students, including Baretti, stood around burning furniture and shouted ‘RU!’ it was reduced to cinders.

Later, Baretti can be seen throwing more fuel onto a burning couch.

‘told you i wasnt kidding….MACE2FACE…#YOLO,’ she bragged on Facebook after posting the photo of herself getting sprayed.
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video 3:31 minutes … Wild street party at US college

Police had to break up the 2013 Delafest at Rutgers University.

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Police said they had to break up 300 to 400 students from seven parties that merged into a giant block-long street of revelry.

They say students began throwing bottles and officers worried that the roofs that dozens had climbed on would collapse.

The incident comes as the Rutgers community is still reeling from the ouster of men’s basketball coach Mike Rice, who was dismissed after videos showed him physically and verbally abusing his players.
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Out of control: Students continued to party as an officer sprayed mace at the crowd to convince revelers to disperse

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Chaos: Officers described a scene of 300 to 400 party-goers fighting, drinking, smoking drugs and burning couches in the street

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The matter also spurred the resignations of assistant basketball coach Jimmy Martelli, university athletics director Tim Pernetti and John Wolf, the university’s vice president and general counsel.

‘It only turned into a riot when the cops came,’ Mike O’Reilly, a Rutgers senior, told the Newark Star-Ledger.

‘"I thought they were spraying water and then I realized it was pepper spray,’ said Taylor Palisi, a sophomore.

Officers said they are currently examining videos from the party to tracks down students to arrest on charges of drinking in public and disorderly conduct.

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… NJ.com: New Brunswick residents still angry at police response to block party
… Fox 5 News: Several arrests following rowdy NJ street party

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…..item 2)…. ‘TINDER GOT ME LAID’ – COLLEGE HOOK-UP CULTURE GOES VIRTUAL, VIRAL …

… The College Fix … www.thecollegefix.com/ … Edited by Nathan Harden

Original. Student Reported. … Your Daily Dose of Right-Minded Campus News …

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… ‘Tinder Got Me Laid’ – College Hook-up Culture Goes Virtual, Viral
… Liberal Media Praises College Class Dedicated to Porn (VIDEO)

by AMELIA EVRIGENIS – CLAREMONT MCKENNA COLLEGE on APRIL 24, 2013

www.thecollegefix.com/post/13290

College kids don’t need bars or frat parties to find one-night stands anymore – that’s so last century.

Tinder, the latest technology-driven flirting crutch, has transferred the collegiate hook-up scene to cyberspace, where today’s 20-somethings – raised in a culture with “participation trophies” and “there’s no wrong answers” – can find possibilities for meaningless sex without fear of rejection.
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“Tinder eliminates the hurt of getting turned down,” the company’s spokeswoman, Alexa Manteen, is oft-quoted as saying.

These Tinder-fueled one-night stands, which epitomize romance upon college campuses, have become incredibly popular. Launched in October at USC, the smart-phone application has since been “downloaded by millions of millennials” and “helped make more than 20 million matches,” the Los Angeles Times reported in March.

I’ve heard it once, and I’ve heard it again: “Tinder got me laid.”

Here’s the way it works: Tinder is a smart-phone application, and users download it and form a Tinder account with pictures taken from their Facebook profile. Next they elect a radius of 10 to 100 miles from which potential “matches” can be pulled.

Then the game begins.

Pictures of other Tinder users located within the radius appear on the phone screen. The application displays the potential match’s first name, age, and the number of shared Facebook interests in addition to photos. The Tinder player proceeds to tap a green heart button to “hot” the individual, or hits a red X to “not.” A new match appears, and the cycle repeats. When two Tinder users “hot” each other, the application notifies each of them that they are a match, and allows them to message each other. If the “hotted” individual doesn’t reciprocate the sentiment, the secret is safe with Tinder.

That Tinder is currently going viral on college campuses nationwide speaks to the appeal of such a trivial application. Tinder removes the risk of being painfully rejected, providing users only with ego-boosting affirmations of physical appearance. And because it’s based upon nothing more than “hotting” a photo, Tinder doesn’t suggest any form of commitment — catering to the commitment-phobia that runs rampant in college “hookup” cultures. It’s unsurprising that such an application is striking such a chord.

Nearly 80 percent of Tinder users are between the ages of 18 and 25, one of the company’s owners told The Los Angeles Times.

Already, a Huffington Post tech writer had dubbed the phrase “Tinderitis – or the sensation of having a sore thumb from swiping to approve or reject the faces of people offered up as potential date material.”

“Tinder has lured people in by unabashedly offering a place to do all the things we love doing online, but won’t admit to: act shallow, make snap-judgments based on looks, obsess over what people think of us and boost our egos. It’s turned passing judgment into a pastime, and people are thrilled to take part,” writes tech editor Biana Bosker on Huffington Post.

“People don’t think of [Tinder] as online dating, they think of it as a game,” Rachel Ellicott, a sophomore at Cornell University, told Bosker. “I think of it as a beauty contest plus messaging.”

The irony, however, is that in the context of college campuses, Tinder’s ability to remove the potential for rejection suffers diminished capacities. College students are frequently matched with campus acquaintances or other students from their own friend groups. When a friend or acquaintance pops up on your Tinder application, you can assume that you have likewise popped up on theirs. If you’ve hotted them and Tinder has not notified you of a match—well, you’re out of luck.

There’s also the dilemma involved when individuals in platonic relationships appear on each other’s Tinder screen. Do they “hot” or “not” their friend? If you “not” the individual, but he or she “hotted” you, they’re bound to realize that you’ve rejected them when the “It’s a match!” notification fails to appear.

Tinder also has a tendency to produce uncomfortable moments even between strangers. Suppose two people reciprocate the “hot,” but fail to consecrate their holy “matchimony” by messaging. What happens when they cross paths in the dining hall? Make eye contact in the library? Awkward!

The point is—Tinder isn’t quite as alluring as it may first seem, a fact not lost on a fair amount of college kids.

“I’m pretty sure everyone who uses Tinder views it as creepy, and I have yet to figure out why so many girls use it,” Washington University in St. Louis freshman Josh Dubin told his campus newspaper Student Life. “I think it’s just something fun to do when I’m bored or in class. … There have been occasional matches that led to conversations which have lasted as long as a month, but I’m only still talking to them in the hopes that I get a nude pic.”

Ohio State University sophomore Collin Stewart told The Lantern campus newspaper that some of his friends have promoted Tinder, but personally thinks the app is “a little bit creepy and weird.”

Likewise, Ohio State freshman Jenna Robinson told the campus newspaper she’s “scared to use Tinder.”

“What if you’re walking through the Oval or you’re at a party and you see someone who is your Tinder match?” she said.

Nevertheless, considering the application’s astronomical growth in less than a year, its propensity to stroke egos, and its support of the prolific college hook-up culture, the tech is probably – unfortunately – here to stay.

Fix contributor Amelia Evrigenis is a student at Claremont McKenna College.

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Cartoon — Heckle & Jeckle … Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In Clip #3 Goldie explains it all …item 2.. No sex please — “Who on earth wouldn’t want sex?”(2 September 2013) …
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By KATHRYN KNIGHT

PUBLISHED: 16:48 EST, 1 September 2013 | UPDATED: 05:28 EST, 2 September 2013

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When Suzanne Hartington, an attractive divorcee in her early 50s, placed her advert on an internet dating site, she knew exactly what she was looking for: someone roughly the same age to share her love of cooking and country walks.

There are thousands of similar requests out there, jostling for space in online forums and lonely-hearts columns.
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Atalanta Harmsworth, an actress in her late 40s, founded creativesdating.com

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But Suzanne, a paralegal from Devon, chose this particular dating site because she knew its male subscribers would meet her one essential dating criteria — that they, too, wanted a meaningful relationship forged on an entirely platonic basis.

Difficult though it is to believe, in our seemingly sex-obsessed era, Suzanne is far from alone.

In fact, in recent years a growing number of dating sites have sprung up aimed at bringing together both men and women looking for an affectionate, cerebral connection with a member of the opposite gender — without a sexual element.

Suzanne’s preferred site, platonic partners.co.uk, promotes entirely celibate relationships, while another, nosexdating.co.uk, was set up for those who cannot have sexual relationships, whether for physical or psychological reasons.

Meanwhile, creativesdating.com is, as its name suggests, a forum for creative types to meet kindred spirits, with romance a happy bonus.

Platonic Partners was set up eight years ago by Suzie King, a counsellor from Cambridge who is now 59, after she realised there was no forum for people like her who craved companionship and affection, yet had lost interest in the sexual side of life.

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‘I’d been married and had great sexual relationships, but I got to the stage when other things became more important,’ she recalls.

‘It was a very natural process — it wasn’t a conscious, ‘‘Oh, I’m not going to have sex again.’’ It just happened.

‘I realised there was a huge need for people to be able to find like-minded people,’ said Atalanta
‘I realised there was a huge need for people to be able to find like-minded people,’ said Atalanta

‘I moved house, came out of a relationship, changed career to become a psychotherapist and, when several years had gone by, I realised I was content without it.

‘But there was nothing out there for me or others who felt the same — so I created something myself.’

Now Platonic Partners has nearly 6,000 members, from 18 to 80, all united in their wish to take sex off the dating agenda.

‘Once word got out, I was contacted by a lot of people who were grateful to be able to date without the expectation of sex,’ says Suzie.

‘The most consistent feedback has always been that sex can get in the way. We associate sex with intimacy, but that’s often far from the truth. Take it away and people learn to communicate properly, to really connect.’

Including — perhaps surprisingly — many men, such as Michael, 48, from Hampshire, an operations director for an international transportation company.

Charming, good-looking and robustly heterosexual, he has nonetheless been celibate for 20 years and says joining the site was liberating.
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‘I realised there was a huge need for people to be able to find like-minded people,’ said Atalanta

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‘In the pub I’m Mr Chatty, but behind the scenes I’m quite shy,’ he says.

‘I’d always been awkward around women and at the bedroom stage I froze. I had no sexual confidence. I had endless therapy, but it made no difference.

‘Ultimately I’m not very driven by sex, but men who aren’t interested in sex are almost the last taboo. Pretending to be commitment-phobic was the only face I could present to the world.’

That is, until he stumbled upon Suzie’s site.

‘I felt a huge sense of relief that there was a way of meeting women where sex was a non-factor,’ he recalls.

Indeed, through the site he has met a 41-year-old divorcee who shares his feelings.

‘Like me, she has little sex drive,’ he says. ‘Our relationship is enormously affectionate — we share the same bed, but we don’t have full physical contact and are happy with that.’

It is exactly the sort of relationship Suzanne Hartington is seeking. With two children now grown-up, she describes herself as ‘asexual’.

‘I had a normal sex life for years, but as I’ve got older I’ve just been less and less interested,’ she says.
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Creativesdating.com is, as its name suggests, a forum for creative types to meet kindred spirits, with romance a happy bonus (picture posed by model)

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‘After my divorce five years ago, I had a couple of short relationships, but the sex was just something I did because I was expected to, not because I wanted to.

‘If I had to write a list of a hundred things I want to do with my day, sex wouldn’t be on it — but it’s difficult to admit that in our society.

‘You feel like an oddball if you say it’s not massively important. But the reality is I just want to meet someone I can potter around with, someone who shares my values.’

That sentiment is shared by Atalanta Harmsworth, an actress in her late 40s, who founded creativesdating.com after struggling to meet men she connected with through traditional sites.

‘I found there weren’t any dating sites strictly for professional creatives, and so I started my own,’ she says.

Atalanta, who lives in a pretty Sussex village with her 16-year-old son Alfred, initially intended the site to be a traditional matchmaking forum — but was pleasantly surprised to see it evolve into a platonic meeting place as well.

‘I got emails from people saying they had made wonderful new friends,’ she says.

‘I realised there was a huge need for people to be able to find like-minded people, for friendship as well as romance.

‘Working life has changed. Many creative people, even designers and artists, often spend all day sitting in front of computers, which can be rather lonely. Our site is a safe and friendly environment for busy creatives to make new friends.’

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Among her members is Sally, a 33-year-old digital media specialist from Bristol, who uses the site as a shortcut to creating a fulfilling social life.

‘I wanted to widen my circle of friends, but my work takes so much time and energy that I don’t have excess time to socialise,’ she says.

‘I joined the site on a platonic basis and have found that the people I am getting to know understand me better than even some of my oldest friends.’

Clinical psychologist Sally Austen says the strength of these sites is their integrity.

‘There is an honesty which is often absent from traditional dating,’ she says. ‘The world, and our roles in it, have changed but we all still want to meet people with whom we have a connection, whether friendly or romantic.’

Atalanta Harmsworth has certainly found this to be the case.

‘Ultimately, I’d like to connect professional creatives all over the world, whatever it is they’re looking for,’ she says.

‘We had a call recently from an L.A. producer who is in pre-production for a television project to be shot in London next spring.

‘He feels UK talent is very strong in all areas of the entertainment business, and has asked that I find a way of letting the U.S. site interact with the UK site.

‘He prefers working with people he knows, and he’d like to do that on Creatives Dating — so we are in the process of implementing that platonic facility across all our sites.’

Suzie King, meanwhile, is enjoying a happy platonic partnership of a year’s standing with a 62-year-old former accountant which, she says, is every bit as fulfilling as her previous, more traditional, relationships.

‘We actually met through friends, but when I talked about my site he totally understood my way of thinking,’ she says.

‘We got together because we found friendship and communication were more important than an initial lustful connection that so often goes wrong. We by-passed the sex stage and ended up in a wonderful partnership.

‘The richness and depth of the relationship is enough. We joke about the fact that we’re like old married people — we just skipped a stage.’

Suzie acknowledges that many people just can’t imagine a celibate partnership.

‘It’s still a source of ridicule,’ she admits. ‘I’ve had conversations where people say: “Who on earth wouldn’t want sex?” But a surprising number of people don’t, and we’re very happy.’

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Nice Online Personals photos

March 24, 2014 in Online Personals

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Figure 4: If you were asked to share personal information online and you had no control over who could access or see your personal information, how would you feel about sharing the following information?
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Choosing A Free Online Dating Service

March 19, 2014 in Free Dating Service

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Who are some famous women in costa rica?

March 14, 2014 in Women Costa Rica

Question by Tommy N: Who are some famous women in costa rica?

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Answer by watermelon
dunno but i heard there are alot of porn stars

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Q&A: What are some cool things about Costa Rica for a teenager?

March 9, 2014 in The Costa Rica Women

Question by Mason P: What are some cool things about Costa Rica for a teenager?
I might go there for a year but do they have beautiful women, cool sights, or anything really cool?

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Costa Rica is a really fun country. If you can speak spanish, that would be a big plus. YOU NEED TO KNOW SPANISH!! so that you can make many friends.

Yes, Costa Rican women are beautiful. Another great thing is that, Costa Rica isn’t really an expensive country, so you can get by (food is affordable). To be exact, Costa Rica is a little more expensive than other Central American nations (like Nicaragua) but cheaper than the US and Europe

Costa Rica is an “ecotourist” destination. so that means, if you LOVE nature, you love animals, you love hiking, you love surfing, or you love doing anything outdoors, Costa Rica is the place for you

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What is the best thing in costa rica???

March 4, 2014 in Costa Rica Dating Sites

Question by Altstadtweib: What is the best thing in costa rica???
Is it the rainforest, the coffee, the people, the sun, the ocean, the wildlife ???
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Answer by Latin Techie
Its all of those things, Costa Rica rocks !

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