Cuban american dating
The Latino population of this country is growing at a breakneck speed. There are plenty of Ashley Rodriguezes, Carlos Whitmans and Emily Riveras walking around our country to prove that our community isn’t afraid to follow their hearts and go cross cultural. If you say you’re a vegetarian they will try and give you pork instead of red meat. Because if not, he’ll squash you like a bug with a glance. In fact, if you want to play the accent game, then learn Spanish. No need to jump back in fear or worry that we are upset. When you really need to worry about us is when we’re quiet.
The advantages to dating Latino are obvious in the broad strokes. If you say you’re vegan—well you might as well tell them you’re a communist—especially if you’re dating a Cuban. You know how every has an overbearing mother that fusses over every detail of her son’s life? Even in the more matriarchal Latino countries, the sun rises and sets in the son’s eyes. You’re girlfriend knows this; it's the last trial by fire before she decides to truly give in to you. You will have a god-awful accent in no time plus the added bonus of knowing when they’re making fun of you in Spanish. That’s when you know there will be hell to pay later. THE LONG GOODBYE You need to start saying goodbye 45 minutes to an hour before you attempt to leave a Latino family party. There’s a lot of cheek kissing, half-started conversations that will require a proper ending and 'tías' and 'tíos' that will be offended if you don’t say 'hasta luego'.
First and foremost, prostitution of both men and women is rampant in Cuba. My first hour there, as I sat at bar in Havana with a newly made Australian friend, a kind hearted local man sat with us while we drank our first mojito – he got us to buy him an overpriced one too of course. ” “Well – they weren’t bothering us, but we were with the guy we are waiting for right now – Mike.
As we sat, our new friend wanted to make sure we were treated well on his island, so he continually introduced us to all of his lady “friends”. They think he is Cuban.” The words had barely left his lips when a nearby set of Cuban police officers was on the scene.
Things continued this way in Cuba in some which way or form. [insert something Spanishy and questioning like] as they came upon Mike.