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Contrary to popular belief, they do not all have red hair, fiery tempers, consume gallons of ale, and believe in leprechauns. The Irish are known to be forthright and outspoken. Take a trip to your lover’s homeland and be treated to one of the most beautiful places on earth.

If you choose to relocate to New York, at least try to feign sophistication.

Irish women think nothing of a two-hour trans-Atlantic phone call, but unfortunately it doesn’t end there.

I've noted that with some American women, but beyond that, no other noticeable diffs. I'm finding him difficult to read because he is somewhat less expressive than other guys (all American) I have dated.

Of course though the OP here: a bit more information. I'm also used to men doing more of a "wine-ing and dining" or seduction thing, for want of a better way to explain it.

I practically have to force any emotion out of my OH!!

Again thats just a generalisation though - I'm sure there are many Irish guys out there perfectly capable of expressing their emotions.

Irish women talk, and talk, and talk, and unfortunately many of the women that I’ve met didn’t really have that much to say.

An Irishman once asked me around to his place for dinner, he cooked frozen chicken fillets on a George Foreman Grill and gave me soggy French fries from the oven.

For me personally a kiss is very late in the ladder, one of the reasons why I hate the 'bisers' French people use Culture also affects other things such as the need for personal space (= the different zones of comfort by proximity -- by tendency lower in the US than in Europe), privacy, communication contents and pattern (e.g.

money is a freely discussed topic in the US, it would be classical to talk about income on the first or second date, whereas that would be somewhat frowned upon here), etc.

I know this will get into some generalizations but I do think culture can affect relationships.

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