Moron vs genius, vigilante vs evil, and talent and hard work vs lots of silicone and vacuous opportunism.
Since moving to Amsterdam, The Shallow Man has had the pleasure of dating both Dutch and Russian women.
Now before I’m inundated with angry comments, I’ll add the disclaimer that these differences are almost entirely based on my own experiences, and naturally cannot be applied to ALL Dutch or Russian women, perhaps 99.9 percent of them but not all.
😉So going bravely, where I probably shouldn’t, here in no particular order, are the five differences between Dutch and Russian women.
Please don’t shoot the exceptionally well dressed messenger.
In order to understand the differences, first you have to get your Dutch or Russian prey on a first date.
That’s why most US girls don’t bother how they look.
They pick the simplest clothes, wear no makeup, and avoid buying too many accessories. On the contrary, Russian ladies wish to emphasize the natural beauty with appropriate stuff.
We each bought enormous down jackets, packed our warmest sweaters, and embarked on an adventure across the world.
Consequently, the number of cross-cultural partnerships is rapidly growing. But to facilitate your communication on international online dating sites, we decided to tell you about the key differences between Russian and American Girls. Due to their mentality peculiarities, Americans don’t struggle to dress to kill.
Of course, this process isn’t that smooth as people who search for the love of their life overseas face numerous mental gaps. They value inner world and personal accomplishments above all.
You can't sit at a table corner or else you won't ever get married.
For example, we have a salad called "A herring under a fur coat". It doesn't matter if you're hungry or not - you have to eat if you come over to a Russian house. As I mentioned previously, you'll find some of the food items gross, but you'll get used to it. If we don't like something, we tell you straight up.