And whilst Argentinians often get passionate much more quickly than the average American and throw praise around like it was confetti, they don’t necessarily mean it at the same depth as the American guy you’ve dated for two months who finally manages to croak out that he quite likes you.
It’s not them being insincere, it’s just part of the culture.
As mentioned he will also likely be passionate right from the start so expect to get complimented.
The sons will also call their parents for help about anything and everything. People are generally close to their family, see them at least once a week and if you end up marrying an Argentinian man, you will have the same kind of close-knit family.
Proud of their culture Both culturally and ethnically, Argentina is slightly different from other Latin American countries of South America and if you are seeking to impress an Argentine guy, you would do well to keep this fact in mind.
Most Argentinians are primarily of European descent, which separates them from other Latin American countries where European and Indian cultures are more mixed.
And you have to know that the “I love you” after two weeks of dating is not the same “I love you” as after six months of dating. Maybe they’ve watched too many soap operas or their Latin temper is as heated as the sun, but Argentinians can be the jealous types and they don’t mind starting a fight over it. so I thought I knew flakiness first hand – people will promise you anything and not deliver.
Take it slow and you will soon weed out the insincere ones and keep the good ones. If someone checks you out for too long in a bar and dares to say hello, your Argentinian date might just get very angry with them. Keep talking straight and he will either get the hint or leave. Turns out the Argentinians can be worse than the Angelenos.