European dating culture
Lithuania- Table manners are of the upmost importance here so no sloppiness when in a restaurant and also not public displays of affection- it lacks tact.Poland- Polish women are known for being quite stubborn so the men often have to agree to their terms.An old saying once suggested that couples in Finland only tell their partner that they love them on their wedding day and on their death bed.Switzerland- Dancing is the best way to get someone's attention- those who stand in the corner are regarded as suspicious and the next date is generally in the daytime in a coffee shop- or a 'fika'.
The Xhiro is where people parade around a closed boulevard checking each other out each evening.Latvia- Flowers are never given in odd numbers to dates as this is seen as a sign of morning.A handshake with eye contact is preferable when meeting up with people for dates.When any wife enters a newly married couple's home- she must raise a baby boy three times in order to bless the couple with children.Serbia- Cafes are generally the place you will see most people on dates.
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Estonia- Valentine's Day is actually 'friend's day' here, so expect your friends to get more attention from your lover than you.