They're not making jokes about her English being limited. What she said was actually very clear...short and concise and to the point. Even if what she said is not the way that English speakers would say it...she managed to do it in a way that was very understandable and quite possibly the shortest way of conveying it. It was also funny to hear it said that way. You should not take offense at all. We all come from different backgrounds on this forum and not all of us speak the same, native language. I assure you, if some of us tried to speak your native language, some of the things that we say would also be funny to you...and you wouldn't laugh because our understanding is limited, but because of the way we say certain things or pronounce certain things. It makes things interesting and fun. Both of you speak English well enough to be understood, and it's good to have insight from a Vietnamese woman's perspective.
It depends on what your definition for "good girl" is. My definition for "good man" is "handsome" (for illustrative purposes only but it is not necessary to be different from the truth ^^). And my friend told me that it was the worst definition for this term. Humh! So I guess your strategies to meet your good girl(s) should base on this. Goodluck
@ Bluecat and stumpy: Come on. You DO understand what she wanted to say. Women are vulnerable "subject". Right? ^^ @ luannt: Keep moving. Your English will improve significantly if you keep trying to communicate in English this way.
First, go out and have fun! Smile and have some energy! Don't think about which one you will slay! Like attracts like. If you sit there like an eagle hunting prey, you will get it but eagle prey doesn't equate to a good girl! Go play ping pong or billards with some locals. Enjoy your life and someone will want to enjoy your company because people like people that enjoy their lives! Not well written but its a fact!