Polish dating culture
Also due to Catholic influence, marriage in Poland is not merely a romantic bond – it is also a duty to the Church and society since one of the main purposes of marriage is procreation.Therefore if you are not ready to settle down and have kids, it is better you discuss these issues early on in a relationship with a Polish guy.Presents, especially flowers, are regarded as a right rather than a privelege.Also, as you are hers and hers only, the biggest no-no is to either look at or to verbally notice another girl (even one on TV).A seemingly-trivial remark on your part about an â€žinteresting” hair style, for example, would be tantamount to romantic suicide.
The legion of Anias, Agnieszkas, Alicjas and Asias which invaded the EU like African Killer Bees when Poland got the nod in 2004 verified all the rumours of a stunning, nubile race of supermodels and their apparent lack of pickiness with regards to men was an unquestionable morale-booster.
That doesn’t mean an immediate â€žWhat-do-you-fancy-for-breakfast? ” scenario though and that contract you subconsciously signed on the first date has smallprint.
You will have to prove yourself romantically and financially over a number of dates to get even remotely close to her little Catholic bedroom and during that time you will be required to honour her princess status at all times.
The high competition makes all approachable and, for many, a foreign boyfriend is still the ultimate accessory, promising travel, money & jealousy from other women (not to be underestimated).
Asking a girl out after just a few minutes of polite conversation is quite sufficient and, if you can demonstrate the courteous, old-fashioned, sponsorship-kind of romance they crave, that date will go swimmingly.