I'm not dumb enough to make sweeping generalizations about all the men in any culture.
I know these thngs depend on the individual, but there is often a seed of truth in many generalizations. I'm not dumb enough to make sweeping generalizations about all the men in any culture.
Received message: Half the nineties, I traveled, together with my girl friend to Hurgada in Egypt. Every single night during our stay they asked us the same question, we refused every time again, until the last night of our stay.
The first night in the hotel we were approached by 2 animators. We visit a bar with them, that is next to the hotel.
In between my holidays in Egypt we wrote and called eachother a lot.
As I arrived the next time in Hurgada, we’d known eachother for 10 months, he proposed to get married and sign the orfi contract at a sollicitors office.
An Egyptian man looks for a glorified pet, a woman that will heel and sit on command who looks good in a tight dress (not too short). When a man meets a women he will make the effort to get to know her properly, take her out on an actual date to a restaurant or for a coffee.
This post is my little attempt at clearing up some of the misconceptions regarding the Arab/American marriages.
You know by now that no one is safe from Cairo Scene. A man knows what he wants and goes after it no matter what and is strong minded and ambitious, with his career being the priority in his early twenties.
Last week, we noticed an article circulating the interwebz about the difference between dating a girl and dating a woman, and we had our own go at spotting the differences between dating a woman and dating an Egyptian woman. An Egyptian man is still living with his parents and spent his university days trying to be the most with a lifetime of free drinks and entrance. Following up on that, a man plans for his future and realises he needs to have a foundation for a family one day.
As soon as we arrived there, only one of the 2 animators was there.
He was very courteous and used all his charme to seduce me. At that point in time I just broke up with my boy friend and lived alone.