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A similar pattern can be seen in the Dutch dating game.
A key thing to know about Dutch women is that they like to hunt in packs.
Impress your Dutch lady by waving your almost full book of stamps in her face, she’ll be like krentenbollen in your hands, and hopefully not as greasy.
If you value your life, never, ever, get the idea in your head to ask your Dutch partner to cook for you. A lot of Dutch women, just like their British counterparts believe that critical processes in preparing a meal involve a microwave, or a dangerous driving scooter rider to execute the delivery of the dish.
If your heart is set on successfully dating Dutch women, I’ll tell you seven things you need to know about dating these dominant (but hotter than freshly fried frites) Amazonian warrior women.
My group also helps men who were in failed relationships with the most unapproachable women in Europe.
Racism particularly is a learned behavior passed down from generations of families in western countries where there are generations of black citizens to practice racism, discrimination and segregation on.
Eastern Europeans haven’t had centuries to develop these institutionalized and social habits. Kosovo is where I have had the craziest interactions with people. Like I said in the section about Albania in my post about being black in Eastern Europe, Albanians in Kosovo are a little more intense and excitable towards foreigners than Albanians in Albania (Albanians are the ethnic majority in Kosovo, which was historically a region of Serbia).
If, as is highly likely you’re not paying attention, and she says “Who does Anouk think she is wearing such tight jeans, I think they were too tight.” Don’t whatever you do, agree with her, or make a comment such as, “yes her butt looks as if it’s attempting to stage a prison break from her jeans.” This will only earn you comments such as “What!!!
Before I get into what it’s like being a black person traveling in Kosovo, I should let you know that this post is actually part of a series on my blog called Being a Black Traveler in Eastern Europe and Slavic Europe by Country.
’ In most of the civilised world, holding doors open for women is considered to be chivalrous and the behaviour of a gentleman. If I’m about to walk into a cafe, and there’s a woman walking in at the same time, I’ll pause and hold the door open for her. A look that says “this guy has just escaped from mental health institution.” Holding doors open for Dutch women will earn you scorn and contempt.