Filipina culture and dating articles
And I see he likes it, sometimes he catches my hand in the middle of my gesture and holds it, sometimes he kisses me on the lips, most of the time he yells to a waiter for my drinks and tells them to hurry.For me being comfortable and taken care of, makes him happy and that is his way to show in public, how much he loves me.Whilst I traveled quite a bit as a child, with my parents working in Africa, when you travel as an adult you see things differently and it changes you – sometimes in very subtle ways, sometimes more obviously.However, when you’re in a long-term relationship with someone from another country and culture, then you begin to see the differences much more clearly. ’ Now, in stark contrast, if you find yourself at the front door of a Filipino and are invited inside, then you’ll discover that they are some of the warmest, most welcoming people on the planet.Even a western guy get a little comfort when the girl is his.They pick up their daily routine, confident of their feelings for you and yours for them, Totally ignoring our need for fuzzy hearts, sweet talk and other romantic bullshit that distracts them from work, the ball game or hanging out with friends.Born and raised in a culture where you are used to expressing yourself in words, utter your feelings in a lot of sweet talks and work your way to each other’s heart with little hearts, flirty text messages and simmering phone calls, you are stunned. I actually seriously doubted my boyfriend for loving me and considered breaking up with him.But then when I got my act together and I asked him if we were still BF/GF, he answered always with: yes of course.
What was supposed to be a two-week visit for them has since turned into almost two years together Back in 2005 and for about 10 years before, I was living in the UK, studying architecture and working 9-to-5s in different architectural practices.He tells me not to get my drivers licence for he will be worried sick when I will drive my motorbike into the hills int he Filipino traffic.He climbs all the way down into the mangrove to fetch my flip flop (don’t even ask how it got there), that’s a traditional Filipino man, showing love.Carrying your bag, opening doors, calling or texting you every morning and evening, making jokes when you are around, gosh Filipino guys can be so romantic.They go way out of their way to make you feel as pleasant and comfortable as can be. You have a few dates and then it goes rather quickly.