Here, even with 12-inch heels, I’m still quite average among dutch guys.
It’s a comforting feeling being around them, and not feeling self-conscious sticking out over everyone.
It’s also notable that the dutch are very generous offering huge donations to charity and development projects.
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Otherwise, you both can pop out for some street food, 6) They don’t whine: With a good portion of dutchland below sea level, the dutch have come up with innovative solutions to keep water out of their land for hundreds of years. 7) They don’t go dutch: The ‘let’s split this bill in half’ theory is designed to make girls steer clear of the dutchies.
They have over centuries built dykes, dams and windmills to reclaim land. It’s a crazy assumption, likely a stereotype steeped in history and wars.
2) They are courteous and helpful: There’s always that bit of relief when transiting to a flight headed for the Netherlands.
Not only will I unwittingly eavesdrop conversations spoken in a familiar tongue, but if I have to go up some stairs and my hand luggage is heavy, some random dutch guy will be tripping over himself to help me carry my luggage and lift it into the overhead compartment.
In years past, whenever I entered the train with a heavy baby pusher, dutch guys would always be milling around ready to spring into action to help get it onto the train.
This behaviour has been repeated countless times, like ‘rescue the damsel’ is ingrained into the .
10) They are frugal: Which is not necessarily a bad thing, given that a dutch guy will let you know where the best deals and sales are, where you can get five for the price of one, where you can test drive products and get them for free in exchange for reviews, and probably show you a few tips and tricks to save on your water, electricity, gas, and other life’s necessities.
Dutch guys are not just frugal for frugality sake, some guys will penny pinch on parking space and blow what they’ve saved on a business class trip or luxury cruise.
So serious are they about their kids and family that they have a day off work (papadag) just to kick back, relax with their family.