Dating an egyptian woman
An Egyptian woman will be scared to say hi with any warmth, out of fear of her man getting angry at her. A woman will know exactly what she wants to do in life and how she'll get there; analyse her strengths and weaknesses and find something that will give her financial independence whilst doing what she loves.
An Egyptian woman will follow the trend of all the other girls in her circle and be a part-time designer of knick-knacks untll her man or her daddy stops giving her money. A woman is honest and open with her family about the relationships she has and the lifestyle she leads. And she wants you to know she wants a ring on it or you're a waste of time.
More than anything I just don't want to offend her.No one wins, Egyptians are just terrible at relationships). A woman understands that a man needs his personal space and time to do his own thing, to go out with his friends alone and trust him when they're out, knowing that for a relationship to flourish, they need to still keep a part of themselves to themselves.An Egyptian woman needs to know where you are, who you're with and when you will see them next, at all times. I’ve been here in Korea for two weeks and I’ve been hearing quite a bit about cross-cultural relationships as there seem to be so many foreigners here dating Korean men and women.
Hearing about the cultural differences and challenges they face has really made me reflect a lot on what I learned from through my second language, Arabic.I said I’d write about it eventually and here it is; forbidden love between a Middle Eastern girl with no English and a bloke from Australia learning Arabic, as well as the important lessons learned from the whole experience. At first there was nothing forbidden about it at all – we met, we did the right thing and approached her father for permission, he gave us the green light, preparations for the engagement ceremony were made – everything was perfect.That was until a bunch of came our way that threw a spanner in the works and brought the whole thing to a halt. It was a heartbreaking end and one that neither of us wanted but in the end it wasn’t our decision to make.The decree, issued on Tuesday, obliges foreign men to deposit the amount in investment certificates in the prospective wives' bank accounts, with a 12.75 percent interest rate to be paid every six months for 10 years.