Start with the easy, one-word names like Celia, Juanes or Shakira, pre-Don’t rush us.
But I totally agree that it is a lot more interesting!
I'm currently in a realationship with a Puerto Rican man and I am a Caucasian woman with blonde hair and blue eyes.
I was once told that Latino men are as patient as they come. I know that is a stereotype but anyone ever been in a realtionship... I'm currently in a realationship with a Puerto Rican man and I am a Caucasian woman with blonde hair and blue eyes. He's from urban Philadelphia and speaks english although his family speaks spanish.
out there, so when you make dinner reservations for 8, you might want to tell her to meet you at 7 (just in case). Commit these words to memory: "I'm on my way."No, no she's not.
On the plus side, if you're going to any Latin-specific events (her family's throwing a party, etc.), no one cares if you show up two hours after the specified time on the invitation. When she texts or calls you and says this, what she really means is, "I haven't gotten out of bed or showered yet, but I'm thinking about it."4. And don't ask, because that gets awkward really quickly. Don't be alarmed if she introduces you to her family (parents, grandparents, cousins, and all) seemingly early on. Yes, this is a bit contradictory to the above point, and it may even seem a little unfair, but that's just how it is. It's kind of cute that you want to be able to speak to her in Spanish, but also kind of annoying at the same time when all she wants to do is enjoy dinner.