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3) They know that women run the world: Queens have held reign in the House of Orange like forever,…well from 1890 to 2013 to be precise, so I find dutch guys in some zany way quite respectful of womenfolk.A dutch guy is likely not to be domineering, but surprise surprise, won’t mind if you are.Planning to marry a Dutchie or attend the wedding of Dutch friends?
So serious are they about their kids and family that they have a day off work (papadag) just to kick back, relax with their family.
Dutch fathers are more involved in raising their kids, with good results as dutch kids are often rated as the happiest in the world.
4) They are egalitarian: I’ve had people I consider big.boss in a foundation, the medical specialist, the brainy professor or even the pastor, address me like they were my equal, eyeball to eyeball.I find myself thinking that back home in Kenya, unless he’s a relative or close friend, people with similar qualifications prefer to float on celestial clouds further up, at a high unreachable pedestal, with some assistants scurrying around to transmit messages to we “earthly mortals.” Your protests will likely be met with a booming rebuttal ‘Haiyaaa, si there’s a chain of command!
’ 5)They are not finicky over food: Ask a dutch guy over for lunch and he will be perfectly fine with slices of bread served with cheese and ham followed by hot cups of coffee.
It’s also notable that the dutch are very generous offering huge donations to charity and development projects.
What are some quirky things you have observed about guys where you live?As a black female traveller who has graced a couple of continents with itchy feet, I dare say that dutch guys are..super cool!1) They are tall: I came away from my country feeling giraffe-like.Around 64,300 couples tied the knot in the Netherlands in 2015 (of which 1,259 were same sex couples).In addition around 13,000 people agreed a registered partnership, which is legally like a wedding but without the ceremony and cake.2 How old are the happy couple?Otherwise, you both can pop out for some street food, 6) They don’t whine: With a good portion of dutchland below sea level, the dutch have come up with innovative solutions to keep water out of their land for hundreds of years. 7) They don’t go dutch: The ‘let’s split this bill in half’ theory is designed to make girls steer clear of the dutchies.They have over centuries built dykes, dams and windmills to reclaim land. It’s a crazy assumption, likely a stereotype steeped in history and wars.In years past, whenever I entered the train with a heavy baby pusher, dutch guys would always be milling around ready to spring into action to help get it onto the train.This behaviour has been repeated countless times, like ‘rescue the damsel’ is ingrained into the .This has had an effect on their people, that being they are pragmatic. No dutch guy I’ve dated has ever asked me to pay my half, rather the only thing that’s been said was, ‘Would you like some coffee or tea? ” 8) They are blunt: Freedom and individuality is espoused in the Netherlands.A dutch guy is likely to be a person of integrity, openly discussing issues and asking deeply personal questions.