A recent article on The Local noted the fact that almost one third of Austrians are single, and seemed to hit a nerve amongst our expat readers, with many writing in to tell us about their experience of relationships with Austrian men and woman - both good and bad.
Here's a list of nine things to know before dating an Austrian.
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Discounting some of the more bitter responses - “weird and psychotic” or “hard work and volatile” we have put together a list of nine things which might help you understand the Austrian psyche before you embark on a date.
We’ve tried to avoid the obvious stereotypes, and apologise for any offense we might inadvertently cause.
She feels that many Austrian men are afraid of long-term relationships and taking on the responsibility of a family - as well as the prospect of having to share their income with their spouse. usually Austrians tend to be well-educated and polite - and men like to be chivalrous, holding open doors for a woman and helping her with her coat. Six months later they are back and crying that you are the love of their life.” Ouch.I'm also going to state what seems to be fairly apparent: This guy's a goof with zero understanding of multiculturalism.It's not the desire to find romantic love that's so cringe-worthy; it's the fact that this guy is giving out bad information. Flirt's atrocious, borderline-predatory advice is being peddled to Muslim guys who legitimately would like to integrate into a new place. "It's hard to meet a girl when you don't speak the language well and can't really talk to them," says 24-year-old Omar Mohammed.These men are seeking help of all kinds as they get situated and comfortable. "There are a lot of differences, not only the culture and religion -- we just don't have this total freedom at home." Unfortunately, Mr.Flirt's dating advice probably isn't going to serve these guys… But it is nice to see Muslim refugees wanting to integrate and create stable, happy lives for themselves in a new place. as soon as they can shake Wenzel and his crappy insights.