What to expect when dating a german
Since tomorrow is a special day for W and me, I figured it would be a great idea to share with you what it’s like to be married to a German.No, it’s not only about beer, potatoes and sausages….Not all Germans are alcoholics, but probably the vast majority is workaholic. because for them, most of the time everything is fine. Fixing things at home is just one of their domestic capabilities, they also cook and clean, help with the kids, iron their clothes, walk the dog, and they even kill spiders in case you need.They are very dedicated at work, and approximately 90% – I estimated that – of what they talk about after work is work. The rest 10% of remaining subjects of conversation involve football, cars, and maybe something they need to fix in the house. However, they don’t really know where dirty clothes should go, and they will complain every time you forget to open the window for at least 5 minutes during winter! What probably many of you don’t know is that they drink it almost every day, sometimes even for breakfast – here in Bavaria.hmm, yes, just a little bit, but there is more to it. One of the first things I learned about a German man is that he can cry.I mean, a lot, of happiness and sadness, and they aren’t ashamed of that.
Because of this you might find German men to be a bit shy as they are not as used to randomly talking to strangers.In March 2011 she quit her stewardess job and hasn't stopped ever since.Her motto is ''I live to travel, I travel to live.'' She writes about crazy travel, fun adventures and sexy photos. If you come from Latin lands and shout when talking, you’ll scare him. Notice that German men have a hard time flirting too because some German women are mean. They like having fun, but only when it’s appropriate.