So, instead of spending the evening moaning about a job they hate, your Irish date is more likely to ‘craic’ on with light-hearted chat and have you LOL-ing all the way to the bar. An Irish man won’t bore you ‘Remember that lock-in with the four Irish guys we met in Dublin? And with a massive 73% of women saying it’s a voice or accent that makes a man sexy, is it any wonder we are weak at the knees when the Irish start to talk – like Viagra for the ears. The negative is it’s packed full of calories and tastes like tar.That was a crap night wasn’t it’ Said no man, ever. You don’t know the meaning of the words unless you’ve had a night out in Ireland. On the plus side, research shows drinking Guinness can help reduce the risk of a heart attack – and after four pints is more likely to guarantee a snog at the end of the night. Irish men are hearty eaters Ireland is famous for oysters, the food of love – but if you’d rather pickle your own eyeball than eat one, there’s plenty more to choose from.
has previously checked in with Southern hostess extraordinaire and reality TV star Patricia Altschul for etiquette and entertaining advice, and now we're back for some advice on romance.
The thrice-married widow has doled out some penetrating one-liners on Bravo's 1.
Because of this, I have dated quite a few White guys, and while there are similarities when dating any man, there are still some small cultural quirks that never go unnoticed when you’re with a White dude. Trust me, while it gets easier to explain, it doesn't ever stop needing to be explained.2.
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