Today’s article is about the country named Vietnam which is a country in Southeast Asia. We will learn more about Vietnamese peoples, their language and their literature. As you all know that our website is about quotes and sayings therefore we are collecting the best ever Vietnamese love quotes of all the time so that all of you enjoy the reading. If you are new at our website then you can also go through our previous quotes by clicking on this link funny zoo quotes.
Vietnamese Love Quotes
The Vietnamese people deeply love independence, freedom and peace. But in the face of United States aggression they have risen up, united as one man.
And the Blue Angels are coming back to scare the local population. I remember seeing old Vietnamese women ducking under the benches in Washington Square; they thought they were back in the war.
One of my best friends growing up was Vietnamese, and he and his mom would teach me how to say certain things so I could impress my nail girls. Then the nail girls would teach me how to count to 100 and basic things like ‘Thank you’ and ‘You’re welcome.’ It’s funny, because any accent that I do now always turns into Vietnamese.
Vietnamese food has probably been saved from the mass market because most people never master the sauces and condiments that must be added to the food, at the table, for its glories to become apparent. It’s too much trouble, and a lot of people don’t like asking for help, especially if the interaction involves some linguistic awkwardness.
You wait in hopes that new love can take the place of the old which it can. But that doesn’t mean you will ever stop loving each other. Some people will love each other until the day they die, spending the majority of their lives apart. And so is the darker side of love.
I am absolutely, definitely, positively, unquestionably, no strings attached, beyond any doubt, unconditionally, in love with you.
It’s a myth that generally Asians are mostly vegetarians. The Japanese are the kings of red meat, but it’s expensive. The Chinese and Vietnamese love their pork. Many Indians, especially the Muslims, can’t live without their lamb.
But when you talk about the education and you talk about the lack of recreation for kids to do, I mean, it’s second to none in New Orleans when you talk about the lack of opportunities for young people. And it’s not just black kids, its white kids. It’s Asian kid. I had Vietnamese kids in my class that had lack of opportunities.
The true history of Vietnamese civilian suffering does not fit comfortably into America’s preferred postwar narrative – the tale of a conflict nobly fought by responsible commanders and good American boys, who should not be tainted by the occasional mistakes of a few ‘bad apples’ in their midst.
Love is not a feeling. Love is an action; an activity . . . Genuine love implies commitment and the exercise of wisdom. . . . Love as the will to extend one for the purpose of nurturing one’s own or another’s spiritual growth…..true love is an act of will that often transcends ephemeral feelings of love or cathexis, it is correct to say, ‘Love is as love does’.
It’s inspiring to see Black Flag looking like Vietnamese farmers with big beards and those kind of Vietnamese farming hats showing up at a Mohawk-mania club in England and being spat at because they don’t sound or look like Exploited; they sound more like Black Sabbath than Black Flag. I love that.
Being with you, takes me on a magical trip daily. There’s never a dull time when am with you my love. Every second, minute, hour, day spent with you is spent in happiness. I love you so much. I mean words can’t even explain how much I love you, and my love for you is infinite. Love you always baby.