Welcome to Germany!
Deutschland, a fast-living, ultra-modern nation, where the lederhosen and dirndl of the past have been swept aside by the tide of jeans, T.shirts, jackets and hip-clinging dresses. The past few decades have seen dramatic changes in the German way-of-life. While marriage is still important and deeply cherished, the practice of living together without the formality of documentation is here to stay.
Things to know about German women:
- The Germans, males and females, are usually very polite and well-mannered, however they are also always ready for having good fun. While the ‘cold’ label attached to most people from the north is sometimes pretty accurate, it’s by no means a blanket that applies to everyone.
- Germany is a friendly nation, especially in the south, where the Bavarians have a great sense of humour and don’t need too many excuses to have a party and where beer and wine flow like water. They are also upfront about saying what they mean: if they don’t like something, you’ll be sure to be told before too many minutes have passed.
- The Germans are up-to-date with just about everything. Clothes, restaurants and entertainment are on a par with most of the world, and the cities in particular are great places to visit and meet the beautiful frauleins.
- Over the past twenty years or so, Germany has widened its horizons, becoming a more multicultural country open to influences from far and wide.
- Many German women are real babes, hot and beautiful. Nuff said!
- Part of today’s modern world, Germans are pretty similar to the rest of us in most every day stuff. They love being sociable and eating good food, drinking fine wine and downing beer in the beer gardens.
- Germans are quite sporty people and activities include climbing, golf, tennis, cycling and hiking through the countryside. One could well say that the nation as a whole is pretty fit, most people visiting a gym once or twice a week. While German girls are great at keeping their houses and apartments in tip-top shape, they are also independent, no longer the typical ‘haus frau’.
Most of the people are looking for a ‘partnership’ a real togetherness, sharing all the mundane household tasks, even the cooking. They are not interested in being simple, stay-at-home slaves to the housework.
Dating German women:
- Never be late! This is important. Punctuality seems to be an in-built feature of the German way-of-life. Being late for meetings and appointments, yes, and dates, is something very foreign to the German mentality. So, even if you send an SMS apologising for your late arrival, it’s a message that won’t be understood because tardiness doesn’t exist in this country.
- Flowers. Although not essential, it’s a nice idea to present your lady with a flower on the first date.
- Generosity. It’s generally accepted that on the first date the male should pay for meals, drinks, and any entertainment such as the theatre, cinema, etc. However, if your beautiful young partner hints that she’d like to pay, suggest that she could do so on the next date.
- Most Germans speak good English and you’ll encounter few, if any, language problems. Therefore, good quality conversation will flow freely.
- Germany is a fully up-to-date, cosmopolitan, modern country. The multicultural society welcomes people from other nations.
- Marriage is an important aspect of life, and most German girls and women seek this type of relationship as some form of stability.
- German girls are straight forward, if they want something, they’ll let you know. If your date is happy in your company, she’ll tell you. If she would like to progress to a second date, she’ll suggest another meeting. However, if she says it’s not going to work, believe her – it’s not going to work and there’s no point in argument. Return to the web-site and look at all the other attractive possibilities. Yep, the world’s your oyster!
Independence and a thoroughly logical thought process, differentiates the gorgeous German ladies from their counterparts in many other countries. In general they are well-educated and love to talk about everything – fashion, design, art, music and literature, and stuff that’s happening in the rest of the world. You will meet these forward-thinking women in all the larger cities, such as Berlin, Bonn, Frankfurt and Munich.
Celebrations are a great German tradition. Fasching, and especially Oktoberfest, are the best known of these large-scale fiestas, when people love to have fun and enjoy life and .. .. .. beer! It’s certainly true that the Germans are accomplished beer drinkers, men and women both, but because they are well-used to the hoppy beverage, they tend to have fewer alcoholic problems than people in other countries.
In the same way that there’s a difference to be found in the attitudes of people from northern and southern Germany, it should be obvious that the cooler, more staid women of northern Europe are worlds apart from the hot-blooded senoritas of the Latin countries. When it comes to freedom of expression, warmth, family values and amor, there’s little comparison.
As mentioned above, beer is very popular, and consumption of beer per person is the highest in the world! German food tends to be of the heavy variety, the meat and two veg type of affair, although international cuisine from places as far afield as China, India and Japan is making strong inroads. And of course the ubiquitous fast-foods, kebabs, burgers and pizzas, are available everywhere, along with the traditional fare of sausages, sausages, and more sausages – Bratwurst, Weisswurst and, more recently, currywurst, with a hefty dose of senf, the lightweight German mustard.
Stuff to remember when you dating German woman:
- Listen to your date. Instead of gazing at her lips and wondering how they might taste, and instead of thinking about her body in all its perfect nakedness, listen to what she is talking about. Listen and understand. It’s a fact, women like their men to respond to what they’re saying. So if you spend the time daydreaming about sexual possibilities, you ain’t gonna get past the first date.
- Smart and casual. This is a modern country full of smart, attractive, well-educated young women. This means you should think about what to wear for that all-important first meeting: something smart, something that you feel comfortable in, clothes that will reflect respect for your beautiful partner. German girls and young women KNOW how to look their alluring best, so don’t let the side down by looking like a hobo. If you look good in a suit and tie and highly polished black shoes, great, but such formal dress isn’t essential. A pair of jeans, a clean open-necked shirt and a smart jacket will be just fine.
- Don’t hog the conversation. As mentioned above, Germans are pretty good at English and love to meet people from other countries. Give and take – listen and respond. Answer questions, sure, but don’t ramble on about your previous relationships, your job, your friends, or money.
- Be yourself. It’s YOU that your prospective partner is interested in, not some watered-down version of Brad Pitt or Jason Bourne! Do not pretend to be something you’re not. There’ll be plenty of opportunity on future dates to demonstrate your prowess at imitating well-known people.
- Be a gentleman. Yep, even in this day and age, courtesy is much appreciated by the ladies. Simple stuff, such as holding the door open so that your goddess can pass through ahead of you, sliding her chair forwards as she sits down, and standing up when she leaves the table to go to the lavatory, are all BIG PLUS POINTS. Chivalry is alive and kicking – always was, always will.
- Etiquette. Don’t eat with your mouth wide open. There’s no greater turn-off than having to sit opposite someone who has the manners of a pig at the trough. This also means remembering not to talk while your mouth is full of food. No one appreciates being spattered with pellets of half-chewed food! And while we’re at it, don’t forget to check your fly before leaving for a first date. You’d be surprised at how many introductory meetings have fallen flat because the guy has turned up with buttons or zipper undone.
- More etiquette. Don’t overdo the aftershave – little is adequate, none is best. It’s a definite no-no if you turn up more perfumed than your princess. Perfume isn’t a man thing, leave it to the ladies no matter what the adverts tell you.
Contacting your German princess:
Because of their sociability, it’s often quite easy to meet a beautiful, young, single German woman in a bar or a bistro, or at a party. And, because of their excellent handle on the English language, it’s a simple matter to strike up a conversation – the important ice-breaker.
Interesting stuff about Germany:
Capital: Berlin. Religion: Protestant and Roman Catholic. Population: 82 million. Politics: Democratic Republic. Chancellor: Angela Merkel
Many world-famous writers, artists and musicians have come from this country. Think Goethe, Mann, Hesse, Grass and the Brothers Grimm. Think Durer, Holbein, Friedrich, Rubens and Ernst. And the music world would be pretty empty if Germany hadn’t produced the likes of Bach, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner, and Strauss – Johann and Richard, both of whose music featured in Kubrick’s outstanding 1968 movie 2001 A Space Odyssey.
Germany has also produced several world-famous film directors, such as Fassbinder, Herzog, Wenders, and Edgar Reitz, who was responsible for the three successful series of Heimat. And of course, in the 1920s, it was Fritz Lang who directed probably the world’s first science-fiction movie, Metropolis.
Interesting places to visit:
In addition to the overly popular Fasching and Oktoberfest celebrations, there are also the wonderful Weihnachtmarkts which occur during the Advent period before Christmas. While the major cities are full of interesting museums, galleries and monuments, there are hundreds of astounding castles, of which Neuschwanstein in Bavaria is perhaps the most astonishing. Other amazing places include the lakes in southern Germany, the Hoffbrauhaus in Munich, the Europa Park near Freiburg, the Bundestag and Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, and the gothic cathedral in Cologne (Koln).