I'm sure this has happened to others.
In Samana this past week, while waiting to get on the whale watching boat, I saw a latter-middle-aged fellow with a beautiful Dominican woman. It seemed (to me) that he was madly in love with her and that she was counting the days until she had the conditional status removed from her permanent residence.
As it turns out, we ended up in line together and the fellow struck up a conversation, introducing me to his "love" that he was going to be taking back to the United States.
I could tell from the conversation that he was really happy and was sort of searching for me to say "Congratulations", or something to that effect.
Fortunately, it was my turn to get into the boat at that moment, so I was saved. But I want to be prepared for the next time.
So, my first question is: What do you think about so that you don't double over laughing or slap the man upside the head in the hopes it will knock some sense into him?
And secondly: What do you say to someone like this? I'm thinking, "I wish you both well."
I had somewhat of a similar story but I actually met a DR1'er (that doesn't post here anymore apparently) and she introduced me to her husband that was 30 years younger than her...
first words out of my mouth were "Are you f**king kidding me, what the f*** is wrong with you..." the rest I won't mention lol
but I say it how I see it... especially when you see a old white guy with a 20 yr old...