Romanian dating customs safety in internet dating
As in many places that I have visited, Romanians are generous and hospitable people, who appreciate someone that enjoys the food and "tuica" (the local home made plum brandy) that they often offer.When speaking with Romanians of European background, I found touchy subjects to include the Roma people (so-called Gypsies).
Humour is always appreciated and helps break the ice and ease tensions.I found that discussion topics Romanians I met were most interested in include where you are from, your family background (e.g.are you married, do you have children), what you are doing in Romania and what you think of Romania.This undoubtedly stems from the very defined gender roles in Serbian culture, which are also particularly noticeable when it comes to the dating dress code.Here, it seems you are either a masculine man or a feminine woman. Men tend to have a rugged edge and would never be seen wearing skinny jeans, while women don't hold back on anything, their appearances meticulously put together with hair done, nails painted and makeup perfectly applied.
There are no taboo subjects, but foreigners will quickly note that people are more interested in talking about topics that touch their lives (such as personal, political, economic, or international situations) than talking about new subjects.