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Noiva do Cordeiro is a town in Brazil made up almost entirely of women. The region, which is world renowned for its strikingly beautiful Brazilian babes, is now looking for single guys from around the world to join their community. Some women have husbands who visit on weekends, but the majority of the population is made up of single, lonely girls between the ages of 20-35, just sitting there for the taking.
Austin, it’s been real.
Seriously, it’s an entire community of babes blessed with Brazilian booties desperate for the company of men.
From Daily Mail:
The lack of eligible batchelors has now led the community’s many single young ladies for make an appeal for interested men – but only those willing to adapt to living in a women’s world.
Nelma Fernandes said: ‘We’d like to get to know men who would leave their own lives and come to be a part of ours.
‘But first they need to agree to do what we say and live according to our rules.’
Okay, maybe I should pump the breaks a bit and think it over before I hop on the next flight.
Let’s list the positives first.
1. The greatest of ratios.
2. The deepest talent pool.
3. Getting laid would never be a challenge again.
All awesome factors, but living with that many women brings up plenty of challenges.
‘The whole town came together recently to help buy a huge widescreen TV for our community centre so we can all watch soap operas together.
‘And there’s always time to stop and gossip, try on each other’s clothes and do each other’s hair and nails.’
Yeah, when I stop thinking with my other dome and start using the one on my shoulders, this seems like a miserable existence, longterm. Pretending to care what women have to say is hard enough on a part time basis; down there it would be a full-time job. I doubt their solo community TV gets ESPN, either.
Still, Noiva do Cordeiro might be worth checking out for spring break.
[via Daily Mail]
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