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09-Jan-2018 14:00

” no starter, or main course just a sprint through to dessert.

The shallow man is risking a storm of abuse by bringing this up again, but, I’ve been told repeatedly by expat women, even as recently as yesterday (thank you Vittoria) that Dutch men are tighter than a virgin female flea.

I say this simply because, Dutch women, in spite of often dressing as if the Netherlands has a permanent power outage, and they can only choose what to wear in the dark, are amongst the most beautiful women that you’ll see anywhere in the world.

That in itself would be reason enough for every Dutch male to get down on their hands and knees and thank God, Buddha or Allah that they are lucky enough to be born here, but they have an even better reason to be blissfully happy.

If you, as an expat woman, turn up for your date, as is normal in most countries, in a nice outfit, stylishly cut shoes, makeup and styled hair, your Dutch date will have a minor heart attack.

He is likely to ask you what that stuff is on your face, and if you are planning to attend a wedding after the date.

If a woman flirts with a Dutch man the likely response will be “so are we going to your place or mine?” Which brings me to the subject of today’s post, seven deadly mistakes made when dating a Dutch man.The shallow man has met many an expat lady that have been on dates with Dutch men that have not led to happy endings.Because of this, expat women, often end up making the following deadly mistakes when dating a Dutch man. In many countries it’s quite normal during the course of a date to flirt with each other.

Dutch men, used as they are to having antelope served to them on a denim covered plate, have missed out on this vital part of human relations during their development to adulthood.

Dutch women are, in the opinion of the shallow man, the most predatory women on planet earth.



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