No, perhaps “disgusted” is a more apt description of the look on the face of the billboard-ad-attractive, Spanish man I will name Señor Guapo (Mr. I had just arrived in Málaga, Spain, two years after my first visit to the country, and when it came to meeting men, I did not intend to waste any time.While out with my new Spanish girlfriends at a local bar, it didn’t take long for me to notice Señor Guapo perched front and center with his friends. ” My friend Laura grasped my shoulder with as much force as her tiny frame would permit.
But after spending less than a week in Spain, it seems to me that the Spanish men are quite similar to Italian men in that they're very outgoing and flirtatious! ) cause i have become more popular in my home town since i became "the girl that lives in london" (and i havent turned into a foreigner just yet!!! I believe in stereotypes and I think some of you are right.And when it comes to Spanish men they may actually expect you to do the most work around the house as well, at least when it comes to feeding them.Whilst you may not agree with this entirely, bear in mind it’s not an insult – it’s simply a feeling of comfort for them. They likely think you cooking for them is proof of you caring. This guy was the tidiest, cleanest guy on Earth and consequently always did his dishes, often for both myself and my friend as well. They dont tell you they are married (this one I love it). So in a month's time I'll have to find out for myself if this is true! They love the non exclusive story what they dont tell you it´s you have to be excluvive with them, and they will be non exclusive with you. What I'm saying is that they may be pretty "flirtatious" and all but when it comes to spending more time with them, u can become really good friends (or so I've been told ). Have been around the world and I can tell you never never again with a spanish.