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View Poll Results: Most Beautiful Women in Latin America (PICK 4!)
Cuban 26 16.05%
Dominican 31 19.14%
Puerto Rican 36 22.22%
Mexican 42 25.93%
Guatemalan 7 4.32%
Salvadoran 8 4.94%
Honduran 9 5.56%
Nicaraguan 6 3.70%
Costa Rican 17 10.49%
Panamanian 13 8.02%
Colombian 70 43.21%
Venezuelan 51 31.48%
Ecuadorean 8 4.94%
Peruvian 10 6.17%
Bolivian 8 4.94%
Chilean 17 10.49%
Argentinean 47 29.01%
Uruguayan 14 8.64%
Paraguayan 10 6.17%
Brazilian 92 56.79%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 162. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 05-10-2012, 10:49 AM
 
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This is an easy poll. Simple, where the women look, and ARE, more apt to be Italian. Therefore, in this order:
1) Argentina
2) Uruguay
3) Chile
4) Brazil (though there are attractive women of Portuguese ancestry)

The ones I would LEAST want to know, especially if it would involve visiting these countries:
1) Colombia
2) Venezuela
For me, the more African/mulata/zamba, the better.

Brazil (Bahia, Pernambuco, Alagoas, Ceara, other parts of the NE)
Colombia (Cartagena, Pacific)
Dominican
Puerto Rico (Loiza, Carolina, Fajardo)



I didn't pick Cuban because too many of them could be related to me.

 
Old 05-10-2012, 10:49 AM
 
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Old 05-10-2012, 10:51 AM
 
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Ok, explain to me the differences in women between all those countries.

I'm just gonna say Venezuela since they won Miss Universe many times.
Ethnic differences vary regionally. Some countries are more of European descent (Argentina, Uruguay, Chile), some more Native and European, some more mixed bi- or triracial. Coastal areas tend to have more African influence, inner South America and Central America tend to be more Native.
 
Old 05-10-2012, 10:52 AM
 
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Old 05-10-2012, 11:40 AM
 
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White Cuban women in Cuba with a body trained by ballet and gymnastics since childhood...firm and sculptured legs after pedaling hundreds of miles!!!! Not an ounce of fat, no add-ons. They all have some strange sounding degree and a lot of conversation. No comparison. They implode in market economies.
 
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White Cuban women with a body trained by ballet and gymnastics since childhood...firm and sculptured legs after pedaling hundreds of miles!!!! Not an ounce of fat, no add-ons. They all have some strange sounding degree and a lot of conversation. No comparison.
If there was a thread poll asking who are the "chatterboxes" of Latin America, the Cuban women would win, hands down.

I went to a Catholic grade school in CA where, of the Hispanic groups, Cubans were the most represented, followed by kids from Argentina. (Usually, when there are a lot of Cubans, you don't find many Mexicans.) They all had great senses of humor, their parents were funny, and every other word was "come mierda."
 
Old 05-10-2012, 12:34 PM
 
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This is an easy poll. Simple, where the women look, and ARE, more apt to be Italian. Therefore, in this order:
1) Argentina
2) Uruguay
3) Chile
4) Brazil (though there are attractive women of Portuguese ancestry)

The ones I would LEAST want to know, especially if it would involve visiting these countries:
1) Colombia
2) Venezuela
I read somewhere that Brazil has the highest amount of Italian based people (immigrants/descendants) outside of Italy itself, even more than Argentina, that and their own Portuguese descendants are hot too..Brazil wins

Italians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 
Old 05-10-2012, 02:00 PM
 
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I read somewhere that Brazil has the highest amount of Italian based people (immigrants/descendants) outside of Italy itself, even more than Argentina, that and their own Portuguese descendants are hot too..Brazil wins

Italians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
That could very well be the case. Ocean liners, post the World Wars, called on the Brazilian ports, as well as Montevideo Uruguay and Buenos Aires Argentina. Then, there were some that went down the other side, passing through Venezuela, Colombia, and the Pacific coast of South America, all the way down to Chile.

I think your stats may very well make sense because Brazil has 180+ million people and Argentina has about 40 million. While there may be more people of Italian descent in Brazil, there is a larger percentage of people of Italian descent in Argentina and Uruguay (like 35% to 40%). Being in Argentina and Uruguay feels like being in Europe. Brazil feels like Brazil. It's a unique country. For visiting, nothing beats Rio de Janeiro. For living, I'd take Montevideo Uruguay in a heartbeat.
 
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Dominican and Puerto Rican for me.
 
Old 05-10-2012, 06:48 PM
 
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That could very well be the case. Ocean liners, post the World Wars, called on the Brazilian ports, as well as Montevideo Uruguay and Buenos Aires Argentina. Then, there were some that went down the other side, passing through Venezuela, Colombia, and the Pacific coast of South America, all the way down to Chile.

I think your stats may very well make sense because Brazil has 180+ million people and Argentina has about 40 million. While there may be more people of Italian descent in Brazil, there is a larger percentage of people of Italian descent in Argentina and Uruguay (like 35% to 40%). Being in Argentina and Uruguay feels like being in Europe. Brazil feels like Brazil. It's a unique country. For visiting, nothing beats Rio de Janeiro. For living, I'd take Montevideo Uruguay in a heartbeat.
I second Brazil. I'd love to live in the USA (PR or Vegas) a third of the time, Southern Brazil (Florianopolis) a third of the time and Northeastern Brazil a third of the time. Gotta be near my people. I'm gonna retire in Cuba after the insanity ends.

As far as the women go, I did Brazilians because there is literally every possible combination of human there. African/Portuguese/Indigenous is pretty much run of the mill. One of my favorite Paulistanas was a lady of Japanese/Lebanese roots. UŠu!
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