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My group also helps men who were in failed relationships with the most unapproachable women in Europe.If your heart is set on successfully dating Dutch women, I’ll tell you seven things you need to know about dating these dominant (but hotter than freshly fried frites) Amazonian warrior women.The Shallow Man’s advice is that when you see a woman walking behind you, just let the door shut in her face. She might even and come over and say “wow you’re so well integrated with Dutch society, here’s my phone number.” In nature a pack of wolves will pick off the weakest caribou then strike for the kill.A similar pattern can be seen in the Dutch dating game.A recent article on The Local noted the fact that almost one third of Austrians are single, and seemed to hit a nerve amongst our expat readers, with many writing in to tell us about their experience of relationships with Austrian men and woman - both good and bad.Here's a list of nine things to know before dating an Austrian.

’ In most of the civilised world, holding doors open for women is considered to be chivalrous and the behavior of a gentlemen. If I’m about to walk into a cafe, and there’s a woman walking in at the same time, I’ll pause and hold the door open for her. A look that says “this guy has just escaped from mental health institution.” Holding doors open for Dutch women will earn you scorn and contempt.Could well be a smoker Statistics show that Austria has a high rate of smokers, especially among younger women, and only two in five smokers have tried to quit the habit.“It’s hard to meet a girl here who doesn’t smoke like a chimney.Most guys will want to pay for dinner on the first date... However, we rather suspect this is a type of toxic relationship that exists in every culture. From our other editions: If, on the other hand, you’re looking for love in another of The Local’s countries then we have plenty more tips for you.Think of Homer’s odyssey (not Simpson), Dr Richard Kimble’s quest to find the one armed man in the Fugitive, or attempting to join the SAS.

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