Please don’t shoot the exceptionally well dressed messenger.In order to understand the differences, first you have to get your Dutch or Russian prey on a first date.A bit like keeping a Albert Heijn savings book, it’s just the practical thing to do.They tend to take marriage in their stride, and might insist on it after the second child.” Like death, filing annual tax returns, or dog poo on the streets of Amsterdam, there’s no escaping this. In closing Dutch and Russian women have about as much in common as Donald Trump and Albert Einstein.If you have a mild heart condition, or high blood pressure, say “nyet” and go Dutch.An expat friend of mine found this out the hard way, when he arrived spontaneously at his ladies apartment, only to find a pair of brown shoes, next to the white sneakers in the hall.She wasn’t particularly bothered at being caught entertaining a Dutch lion. ”From the moment you’ve entered Stalingrad, you’re definitely, unequivocally, joined at the hip, like Siegfried and Roy.
Dutch and Russian women have completely different expectations.The great thing when you first start seeing a Dutch woman, is that even if you’re having wild monkey jiggy jiggy every day of the week, you’re not actually, officially in a relationship.For a long time you might just be ‘friends’ with benefits.Due to this, I’ve acquired a considerable amount of knowledge about the differences between them.Which brings me to the subject of today’s post; five differences between Dutch and Russian women.
The expectations of Russian women of their men are plentiful.