Dating in scotland scots lovers
I don't mind paying for things, or treating my boyfriend to a meal...on my own accord, but I think it's very unromantic for a man to expect a woman to pay for her meal on the date.When he arrived back in Singapore on my birthday, he presented it to me, in a pre-wrapped pink bow.I was very impressed until I happen to spot an exact same Lush soap hamper (pink bow and all) in his luggage, with a tag wishing his secretary a Happy Secretaries Day. This same German never once offered to drive me home when we were out dating, and everytime I went over to his place for a dinner date, I would have to walk down a dark Nassim hill in the middle of the night to get to the main road for a taxi, ON MY OWN!Plus, who wouldn't lust after a charming European accented foreigner after listening to Gerard Butler in the movie P. They open doors, they insist on paying for dates, paying for your taxi ride home if they cannot see you home themselves and they tend to leave generous tips (for the waiter, not me! Most (if not, all) of my American male friends are absolute gentlemen.
I keep thinking of Arnold Swazzernegger circa the late 80s, even though I am well aware he was from Austria (same difference! Generally, the Germans are notorious for not having a sense of humour because they take everything too literally. Lack of laughter aside, this one was so unromantic, he bought me some Lush Soap from a business trip away.Scottish Ok, maybe I am a tad biased, since I am about to marry one...but you can either skip this paragraph or hear me out.They are also manly men, so don't expect some sensitive new age guy, but he will definitely be someone you can depend on.To top it off, you've got to love a man in a kilt, and what's under it!