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    My "mission"

    Hello fellow hobbyists,

    The purpose of this post is to amuse you guys. I could have posted it in other sections (Outcalls, Massage, etc...), since it encompasses all types of services. It is completely factual and is not meant to childishly boast or annoy anyone. In fact, I'd be most interested to see if anyone else has the same special hobby as me.

    My friend A. is responsible for this mania of mine : One day, many years ago (knowing how horny I am), he said to me: "you just want to sc--w the world". I took that as a challenge: to score with someone from every country in the world. The rest is history. The fact that I traveled a lot for work (and pleasure) and that I have access to Montreal and Toronto SPs made this challenge a little easier for me. That, plus a wide variety (nationality-wise) of ex-es. We'll just call it the "point system".

    In a nutshell, as we "speak", I stand at 122 countries 'scored", leaving 76 countries to be "scored". I know it's a large number of scored points, and I swear that to be the absolute truth. There should be no doubt about the truthfulness of the data, since I usually ask the girl where she's from (and they have nothing to gain by lying). Nationality, parents and grand parents nationalities, plus her country of birth, are the determining factors here.

    What constitutes a country? That's a tricky question: you can look it up on the web. I have scored places like Martinique and Guadeloupe, but they're French departments. Monaco used to be on my to-do list, but it's a principality. My 2 friends ("point" judges) have decided that the above examples, plus protectorates, colonies and territories, do not count as "points". So, I lose Martinique and Guadeloupe, but I also no longer have French Guyana on my TDL Such places as the Virgin Islands are a nightmare; the East is a British territory, and the West is an American territory.

    The list of countries still to do is: Belize, Nicaragua, Dominica, St. Kitts & Nevis, Surinam and Paraguay in the Americas.

    In Europe, it's: Iceland, Czech Republic, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzogovina, Slovenia, Estonia, Moldova, Macedonia, Azerbaijan, Luxembourg, Andorra, St. Marino, Vatican, Cyprus and Liechtenchtein.

    Africa's TDL list is: Libya, Maritania, The Gambia, Sierra Leone, Togo. Burkina Fasso,
    Eritrea, Djibouti, Tanzania, Madagascar, Rwanda. Burundi, Equitorial Guinea (Rio Muni),
    Guinea Bissau, Gabon, Angola, Zambia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana, Namibia, Cape Verde, Comoros and Sao Tome & Principe.

    In Asia, I am still missing: Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Yemen, Oman, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrghistan, Tajikistan, North Korea, Bangladesh,
    Nepal, Bhutan, and the Maldives Islands.

    Finally, Oceania's list includes: Papua-New Guinea, Tonga, Samoa, Tuvalu, Kiribati, Nauru, Palau, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Marshall Islands and Micronesia.
    Luckily, Antartica, even though it's a continent, is not a country

    If you don't see a country above, it's been done The bad news: most of the countries still to do are very difficult to do, without actually visiting them or an adjacent country, and even then, that'll be quite a challenge. I mean, look at Oceania's list: you have countries with a few thousand inhabitants. Europe has such countries such as San Marino and Andorra, with shells around them, and my favourite beef, the Vatican. How in God's name will I ever score the Vatican?

    of course, I could make this even more interesting by adding all non-countries to the TDL, but only maybe after all the points have been scored. I'm thinking the best way to get the Central Asian "Stan" countries is to visit Western China. There's a large city there (I forget the name) with many "Stan" ethnics. I read on this board that London is a good place for Arab Gulf countries. Cities like Amsterdam, Budapest, Bangkok and Dubai are other International places with potential. Otherwise, I'll just have to travel (I've already been to 21 countries): fun but expensive!

    Anyways, I hope you enjoyed reading this. Feel free to comment or PM me.

    Cheers
    PFM

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhallicFaucetMajor View Post
    How in God's name will I ever score the Vatican?
    you'll need a time machine. set it for "age: 7, occupation: altar boy"

    if that doesn't work, i can't help you any further.

    "hope this helps."

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    As this is a general post and does not include any review relating to incalls in Montreal, it has been moved to the Lounge.

    M8

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnmbot View Post
    you'll need a time machine. set it for "age: 7, occupation: altar boy"."
    LOL...

    In fact, I think I have resigned myself to giving up on some of the points to score, like the Vatican. But being perseverent, I will do my best (and have fun) with the others. Good thing there is a Find functionality in merb, and the Internet

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhallicFaucetMajor View Post
    What constitutes a country? That's a tricky question: you can look it up on the web. I have scored places like Martinique and Guadeloupe, but they're French departments. Monaco used to be on my to-do list, but it's a principality. My 2 friends ("point" judges) have decided that the above examples, plus protectorates, colonies and territories, do not count as "points". So, I lose Martinique and Guadeloupe, but I also no longer have French Guyana on my TDL
    You seem to have gone for the "sovereign independent state" as the definition of a "country". If this is true, Monaco should definitely be on your list.

    "Principality" simply means that the head of state is a prince (rather than a kingdom where the head of state is a king). The middle ages are long over and the princes of Monaco and Liechtenstein no longer pay homage to their kingly or imperial overlords. Monaco and Liechtenstein are sovereign states as much as France or Spain (and possibly moreso as the latter two have surrendered a measure of sovereignty to the European Union). Of course it is a different case in Wales, where the Prince of Wales exercises no sovereignty over Wales; the monarch is the Queen. A similar relationship exists among the Asturias, its Prince and the Spanish crown.

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    So seeing an sp that says she's from morocco but works out of a montreal outcall service counts?

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    You're absolutely right, johnhenrygalt. Monaco should be there, as per
    http://www.infoplease.com/countries.html - I hadn't noticed Monaco on thre list.

    Now more food for thought: Western Sahara is a country, a "proposed state", according to the above link. WTF is that? I thought it was part of Morocco, and used to be part of Spain (Spanish Sahara or Ris Oro). I dont get it.

    Other strange 'countries" are Wales and Northern Ireland, but not Scotland. In a convoluted explanation, it says that Wales voted, in a Sept. 1997 referendum, to establish a national assembly, but it remains part of the UK. Unlike Scotland, which in 1999 voted to have its own parliament, the Wales national assembly will not be able to legislate and raise taxes. Wales will, however, control most of its local affairs. The Welsh national assembly officially opened on July 1, 1999. I guess that makes Wales an attainable "point"

    Northern Ireland? It used to be an integral part of the UK with a semiautonomous government. In 1972, after three years of sectarian violence between Protestants and Catholics, Britain suspended the Ulster parliament. As a result of the Good Friday Agreement of 1998, a new coalition government was formed on Dec. 2, 1999, with the British government formally transferring governing power to the Northern Irish parliament. The government has been suspended four times since then, and has remained suspended since Oct. 14, 2002. is it a country? Not sure.

    I think I'll add them to my list, just for the heck of it. What's ironic is I have the Scotland "non-point", but none from Wales or Northern Ireland

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    Of course, Mike, that counts as a point. I look at the place of birth and the nationality of the girl, plus the nationality of the parents and, if offered, the grand parents. Otherwwise, I'd have to travel the world to score any point That's why I love Montreal and Toronto: they're such multi-ethnic cities.
    Last edited by PhallicFaucetMajor; 11-10-2009 at 08:06 PM. Reason: Clarification on whom I'm rplying to.

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