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To the Women of Cambodia

Dear Women of Cambodia,

Hey, how are you?
What's new with you scooby doos? Or is the feminine version of Scooby Doo, Scooby Dee? I bet you have no idea what the fuck I am talking about. Therefore, I will cut to the meat.

Is Life in Cambodia Hard?
Did you giggle when I wrote the word "Hard?"
I did. (Captain Obvious)
But more important business is at hand:

Just saying: if you ever get tired of living in Cambodia, and you no longer want to do deal with those Communists that are still lurking in the shadows, or those men in red hats that kill things, or those annoying men that will try and treat you like cloth, you can marry me.

If you want, I will marry you.
If you need a visa for USA, I will marry you.
If you want a man that owns a Geo Prism, I will marry you.
If you need a loan to open a nail salon, maybe.

I am not a picky eater, so I will try anything once.

You might think I am joking...but

Contact me at:

Why not?
What else are you doing today?


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