These traits make an attractive cookie-cutter from which the archetypal Latin girl is cut. The Latin lady is, to us simple northern European types, something of a mystery.OK, perhaps not as mysterious as an Inuit woman would be, but intriguing nonetheless.You often hear and read the statement ‘There are more single people today than ever before’.Of course, this is not completely accurate, but when you pay a bit more attention to life in a German city, then you can let this sentence through on the nod.Of course, I can tell you a lot of pleasant qualities about my person, but I think, it would be better, if you can feel me and see my real character. I can be naive, I can be Self description is an art, but no one ever does it right.Your most accurate perception of me truly begins on a personal meeting.
If you’ve ever tried to woo a Spanish girl over a glass of Rioja, as I have, you can vouch for the fact that it’s a bit like conversing with a big cat.But after the arrival of hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers in Germany, most of them young single men, he decided to also offer his advice to migrants. Last week, in downtown Dortmund, he offered his third installment of “How to fall in love in Germany,” taking 11 young men through the paces. Omar Mohammed, a shy, 24-year-old goldsmith from Syria with spiky black hair and almond-shaped eyes, said he’s attracted to German women, with their Nordic looks and punctuated accents.But they remain a mystery to him, and he has no idea how to approach them.“It’s hard to meet a girl when you don’t speak the language well and can’t really talk to them,” he said.Yet why is this the case and where are all the emancipated women?When you think about the media landscape, it does actually look quite grim between the two sexes in Germany because they simply don’t really have much to do with one another anymore.“There are a lot of differences, not only the culture and religion - we just don’t have this total freedom at home.”Still, he said, “I’d love to marry a German woman and live with her.