The most infuriating thing though is that they all preach the old ' Just be original' when approaching them but then they Online they have a weird thing about height (6' only) but I have never noticed that discrimination happening in real life.You can filter on height, you can't filter on "He is funny" "He is smart" "He is financially successful", if you have thousands of profiles to look at, you might as well filter out some with less than perfect characteristics, even if you don' t really care very strongly whether someone is 5'9 or 6'1 and wouldn't reject someone is 5'9 in real life if they approached you. Mostly work with foreign people (french, italian, spaniards and south americans).Deadly craic, that's gas, cop on to yourself, get the shift, yer man's a ride, yer one's a wagon, bang off that... You don't really know her until you understand that notions are the worst possible thing to have. She always buys her round in the pub and thanks the bus driver.
The Catholic backgrounds and lack of a dating culture definitely has a huge effect on his.
Your observations are quite interesting and appreciated.
Though they definitely care less about a guy's looks than their social status, as in are they generally popular (or popular within a subculture niche for the more alternative types) so they're not exactly shallow like men tend to be.
Used to be that Rugby was up there with GAA for preferred sports but since Paddy Jackson and co.'s legal issues came to light that has made a big dent in rugby's reputation with the more liberal minded girls.
A friend of mine, however, rather goodlooking and french aswell has been on the dating scene for a while.
He's what you could say a libertine who is seeking relationships but will never compromise his personal freedom to have other relationships at the same time with anyone, and he's obviously cool with his partners doing the same.
That pasty Irish skin needs all the help it can get.
You just need to get used to the smell of fake tan.
Me (f30) and my fiance (m34) were talking about dating in Ireland. My partner mentioned he finds Irish women incredible picky and hard to impress. 30mi'm not particularly ugly or short and I have a good job (but i am fairly bereft of any good personality traits) - from a compltely shallow perspective, i have a lot more difficulty with irish girls than any others.
Any interesting stories out there about Irish women or your opinions?
I don't think irish girls are picky or harder to impress. Also later you said that they dress more, let's say, "liberally" at work with yoga pants etc.