If you’ve been lucky enough to meet a European woman, it’s almost for certain that you’d be wanting to know next how it would be like dating them. It’s no wonder, that there are thousands of international dating sites nowadays, since the lovely European girls have had such an effect on men all over the world. So we bring you what you really need, a quick dating guide for meeting the European woman of your dreams.
So you’ve found the girl of your dreams, and things are progressing at a nice pace. As the relationship grows and you start to become more familiar with your girlfriend it can be tempting to start calling her by a pet name such as ‘baby’, ‘hun’ or ‘sweetie’. You may think that this is an innocent sign of affection and something that she might love, but this may not always be the case. Read on to find out more about the biggest turn-offs you can do.
More American men are turning to international dating and every year to meet Russian women. Russian women are certainly not only known to be attractive, but also very loyal and prepared to make sacrifices. Despite Russian writers portraying them as submissive and extremely vulnerable women, they are also noted to be courageous and willing to make sacrifices, as evidenced by their contribution to the Russian war effort during the First and Second World Wars for example. So let’s get to know Russian women.
Choosing what to wear on a first date is not a difficult decision just for women, it is a nightmare for men as well and getting it right or wrong can decide whether you get a second date. A lot depends on what you are intending on doing on your first date, but let’s assume you are playing it safe and going for dinner or drinks in a nice bar, what are the main fashion mistakes you should be sure to avoid. Read on to find out more.
We are all guilty of looking up potential love interests on social media, checking their tweets for any potential red flags, hoping for a bikini picture in an album called “Cyprus 2019” and of course, checking that they are not already married or in a long-term relationship. But where do we draw the line? How much so-called cyber-stalking is OK, and when does it cross the line between curiosity and plain creepy.