Dating an irish american
I remember something at work that perfectly illustrates the flaws of the french mindset...
a colleague of mine, french, but also a staunch feminist, with the pink colored hair and all the SJW stereotypes imaginable, would openly be scandalised by some outfits worn by the south americans or irish people at work because they were borderline outrageous to our standards (like coming to work with yoga trousers, or a really short skirt and fishnet stockings).
Always thought Irish girls were incredibly picky myself. Sunday afternoons in the summer will be spent watching GAA with her. She may cry when she's hungover and can't get her hands on chicken fillet rolls/Superquinn sausages/Supermacs/Tayto/Club Orange. If you get her drunk enough, she'll teach you Irish dancing (Michael Flatley eat your heart out). No, she does not think it's hilarious when you do a leprechaun accent or say 'Top of the morning'. She has an awesome sense of humour, but potato jokes are just. Me (f30) and my fiance (m34) were talking about dating in Ireland. My partner mentioned he finds Irish women incredible picky and hard to impress. 30mi'm not particularly ugly or short and I have a good job (but i am fairly bereft of any good personality traits) - from a compltely shallow perspective, i have a lot more difficulty with irish girls than any others. Any interesting stories out there about Irish women or your opinions?