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The Cook Islands are a place I could see myself visiting in the future , and I'm hooked on watching Ardijah music videos on a video sharing site .

Just wondering if any members have dated or married a Polynesian woman . I would like to hear of your experiences / opinions .

Also , being a victim of " The divorce industry " , I wouldn't even consider getting serious with a woman with kids , unless she was a widow . Polynesians at this private school were a minority. Ethics behind polynesian culture in some way contradict the western culture.

" As far as going to the islands and finding a Polynesian girl , forget it " .... Though I have so much in common with polynesian girls in terms of background, I actually DON'T have a lot in common. That alone handicaps everything in regards to courtship between a polynesian.

Dispite my divorce ( which I didn't want , I consider myself to be very much family oriented) . I value your opinion ." I rang'd the world , I cross'd the seas, in hopes my restless breast to ease, By pleasures yet unknown : To all amusements I have run , that's found beneath the daily sun; Till weary I have grown . I was brought up like any typical samoan girl in the samoan community.

So why would a Polynesian woman feel like she would be losing that by marrying a Western guy ? I have a question : Could it be that Polynesians in Australia could be a bit spoiled as Western women are here in America ? " - Samuel Patterson a poor , lowly sailor circa 1800's Well, I happen to be a female polynesian (Samoan to be exact). I was schooled in the city located an hour away from home.

If you visit Hawaii, you can see a fair number of Somoans." - Samuel Patterson a poor , lowly sailor circa 1800's I have many Polynesian friends through football and work.( we have a big population here in my area) They women in general are very conservative and do not want to marry outside their group...... The men have no trouble however going with Australian women but eventually the will hook up with one of their own.Dispite my divorce ( which I didn't want , I consider myself to be very much family oriented) . I value your opinion ." I rang'd the world , I cross'd the seas, in hopes my restless breast to ease, By pleasures yet unknown : To all amusements I have run , that's found beneath the daily sun; Till weary I have grown .So why would a Polynesian woman feel like she would be losing that by marrying a Western guy ? I have a question : Could it be that Polynesians in Australia could be a bit spoiled as Western women are here in America ? " - Samuel Patterson a poor , lowly sailor circa 1800's I have many Polynesian friends through football and work.

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