Ditto, the fact that all the Spanish men she had dated were of a similar age to herself - which, at that time would have been early 20's - surely it would be unfair to tar all Spanish men (and British men) of all ages with the same brush ? I dont compare Spanish men and British men, they are all valid, why not. its non sense, really..are basing all your words in "one experience", Spain is much more and the people is not like that.
So come on Spainstruck - set the record straight....! And you can find as well unpolite and rude people either Spain as UK but I dont like people generalising about Spanish men because it hurts to me because Im not "that kind of man". Anyway I have to say, all Ive seen here in UK, keeping some "weird cases", are worst than your words through the Spanish men....
Well, whatever...he's mine, and that's all that matters! It's been more than a couple of hundred years since the English Parliament ran us, and we Americans still occasionally blame our failings on the Brits. #Two Countries Divided By ACommon Language Fair point. As for the Scots, if we were independent the danger would be that wed have nobody to blame our failings on! - The Houses of Parliament is a UK Parliament, but the English are seemingly not allowed the same representation ? But look out, give us a few years and Ill be having, not a Burns Night, but an Independence Party!!!
I didnt know about this veto, but I understand it, considering Catalua and the Basque country not to mention every little municipality vying for independence! Personally, I dont give a damn about what any other government thinks of Scottish independence. I I think its an enormously complex question but for me the bottom line is that we were a country and we want to be one again! (Wont improve the stock of Scottish men however, dour buggers the lot of them! Finally Im getting round to commenting - planning a Burns Night and a bit overwhelmed.
Of course, I do know that the Spanish Hombre / British Bird relationship does exist here in Spain from reading Mo's Spainstruck Blog.
Except in her case would probably be Scottish Lassie. I also know that there is a massive contingent of North American / Spanish co-habiting shenanigans going on in Spain too (...
As a matter of interest, I wonder what your thoughts are on Mo's Blog (link in above article) where she offers her opinion on the same issue, from a different perspective ? I cook, and far from Paella and Ive been cooking all my life and I cook, being pretty sure, better than the 95% of the english men..women, because Ive seen no one cooking here, just going to pret a manger or the typical fast food place. Im engineer, got 3 degrees and Im finishing my phd, I work in a multinational company in an executive position in London...it sound unresponsible? Moving to Nevarra in September and doing my research. my partner is a spanish male and i am a (scottish lassie) :) i have been with my spanish man for 2 years now and i think there is a diffrence between them and british men.
Sound of gauntlet being thrown down to Not Hemmingway's Spain), but as I have zero experience of that it would be perhaps be best left alone for somebody else to blog about.
Anyway, so I spoke with one of My Spanish Amigas about the difference that she noticed between dating Spanish and British men, and asked Mo the same question with regards to her sitaution.
Carry, I think you're confusing Brits and Americans... My husband is nothing like my stereotypical portrayal!
All right, he does do the shoulder shaking thing and he is a bit of a sabelotodo, and he does eat anything ..etc, but hes brilliant round the house, helping out, he cooks really well and would rather be home with us than anywhere else.