He will always offer to pay for dinner but won’t constantly force the woman to put her wallet back in her purse as the relationship continues.
An Egyptian man will insist on paying for every little thing or he feels he is a personality. A man is emotionally aware and when things are not working out he will discuss it openly and honestly with the woman.
We went Tree Bar and Ahmed and I sat chatting whilst Paul and Ahmed’s friend played pool.
Ahmed said that he wanted to take us out for a day trip the following day and we made plans to go to Blue Hole.
An Egyptian man looks for a glorified pet, a woman that will heel and sit on command who looks good in a tight dress (not too short). When a man meets a women he will make the effort to get to know her properly, take her out on an actual date to a restaurant or for a coffee.
An Egyptian man will add her on BBM or What’s App and then arrange her to meet him and a load of his friends at a club, so he can look going in with the girl, hopefully get her drunk and make a move on her when he has to drive her back in time for her curfew. A man understands the need to be courteous and gentlemanly and lets the woman know that he can take care of her but she doesn’t someone to.
Im not a niave girl however do get a lil bit paranoid as you hear some horror stories.......... I think it's a plus that he was introduced to you through a friend.
My friend told me about him before i went, although not expecting to form a relationship with him, i knew about his life etc before i met him. I recently went on holiday to Sharm & my friend introduced me to an Egyptian man she met from her previous visit to Egypt.
I recently went on holiday to Sharm & my friend introduced me to an Egyptian man she met from her previous visit to Egypt.
We got on really well & spent alot of time together throughout the holiday. He wants me to go back to visit him so he can show me more of Egypt & we can get to know each other more. We have also spoke about me moving out there in the future, which i am considering.
Sharing responsibility is not an issue to be discussed.
In Egypt, poor women have to do everything; cook, do the dishes, raise the kids, help them with the homework, go to work, get the groceries, laundry, plan vacations…etc. A mother giving up her son to another woman is like giving up a diamond stone even if he is a straw man.