Some can also be found on dating apps like Skout and Tinder although smart phones aren’t all that common in the Philippines even now. A few of these are free, some are better if you pay, and some cost money to use in any real way.
Sometimes if I’m looking for some fast and easy action and I get the vibe that a woman might be open to it I just suggest that she meet for some fun in exchange for a thousand pesos or so.
Another method is saying you’re in a bad marriage back home, but this doesn’t always work.
Paying for it is the easiest way to leave when you want, which is one reason it’s popular.
If you play your cards right it’s easy enough to politely suggest you go back to your room after the food, movies, ice cream or whatever. I’ve had an even higher success rate brings women I’ve met in clubs like ZZYZX back to my room but I don’t do that scene much anymore because the music, drinking and late hours wears me out so much that I barely have enough energy to get my screw on back in the bed.
I’ve sometimes had to wait for a second date and once I had to wait for a third. After a few first dates that didn’t go anywhere or left me with someone not as attractive as the person pictured I simply cut ties and moved on.
That lets you avoid insane rush hour traffic and have an easy gateway back to your place. Some women are reluctant to meet because of that (but this can be averted by offering to pay their taxi fare when they arrive).
Of course this is a broad statement but it is based on my many experiences.
It doesn’t mean that every Filipina woman is ready to fuck at the drop of a hat either. I know there are plenty of women around who don’t put out easily and even some who won’t put out at all before they get married.
Many times they even initiate a chat when I and most Western people wouldn’t.
The most you might get at a Starbucks in New York is an empty “how are you? In the Philippines you might get questions about your day, your work, how you spent your holiday or more.