The show is created by following a series of subjects by a camera crew through a certain part of their lives.
True Life has covered over 140 topics from drug use, money issues, and sexual topics to simple social behavior like visiting the Jersey Shore.
Which is great because that’s how you know Vietnamese girls are in love with you and can do whatever you want with them.
Ensuring things stay simple and makes it a massive turn on.
The one great thing I find about Vietnamese girls (which is also frustrating for every guy out there) is their blatant transparency.
This is displayed in their emotions, body language, and voice.
While it is trippy to experience dynamics as they were in the 50’s, the girl will not hesitate to get vicious, and that includes sleeping with other men or seriously fucking your shit up at home.
It makes shaking the “player persona” a tempting route but the dynamic does make you into more of a man regardless of your approach.
This is because it’s so easy to meet Vietnamese girls through social circles and Vietnamese dating sites (as long as it’s not your girlfriend’s social circle).
Around 99% of are regular Vietnamese girls, and 1% are hookers. Just setup a profile with 3-4 pictures, be friendly and just casually ask if they would like to meet up for a coffee or dinner when you land. Just set up a number of dates and you will be fine. Even though Vietnam is considered South East Asia, and thought of in the same boat with the likes of Thailand or Indonesia, the country has far more in common with China than those regions.
This is due to 1) high population 2) language 3) it’s closed-off society and should approach the country with the same idea.
For example, the episode "I'm a Reality TV Star" featured people from The Real World and Survivor, while the episodes "I'm a Muay Thai Fighter" and "I'm a Mixed Martial Artist" both featured Kit Cope, who has recently signed a deal with the WFA and Frankie Edgar, who was the UFC Lightweight Champion. In 2011, Sydney was featured in season 6 of Oxygen's Bad Girls Club.
In the episode "I'm Bisexual," Sydney goes on a date with A. Lazar, who was in the episode "I'm in A Love Triangle," was in a 2007 episode of Parental Control.