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23 Aug

I've chatted to many Pinas and my sister suggested I just go for nice plain girl.I tried to contact her again but she didn't come back online which seemed kinda strange.Although I don't speak Tagalog, I brought my cousin with me on a trip to Manila from my parent's province to interpret things for me.I knew enough to know if we were being scammed or not. Maybe it's more prevalent in the big cities, I see less of it in the province, but I see the whole scamming of a little more money here and there from some.

It's like they want us to adapt to their way of life, and having grown up in Canada with my parents really wanting to focus on being Canadian, I always taught by my parents to don't trust anyone but yourself.

They told me his Filipino wife raced outside to greet them with the brothers will in her hand, instead of sadness or despair she was acting like she'd one the lottery. They did save money to bring all the siblings and my grandmother and my great-grandfather over.

She was so excited to finally inherit his huge savings, his home and his huge super nest egg. My family is also very educated-nurses, doctors, engineers with the exception of my father, who was a welder that became a chef in Canada.

The two brother pulled out the latest will cutting her out of most of the money and the house. However, they always kept their distance, friendly but not close, from many other Filipinos living in Canada.

I suspect her plan was to kill him by feeding him fatty foods and then collect the inheritence. But after having a nice relationship for a long time, me getting an abortion cause we weren't prepared (he s 35 and I'm in my early 20s) guess who was married with 2 children and a wife waiting for him back in Philippines thinking he is working for their sake. We always had a good mix of cultures at our family gatherings, along with other Filipinos.