Compatibility and respect are a great base and let’s keep laughing.you speak the same language, but have you ever watched the Angelus after putting your togs in the hot press while eating a sliced pan? Feck is not as bad as a certain other four-letter F-word. If she calls you a feckin eejit, don't be too offended, it's pretty much a term of endearment.5.It’s funny how a great sense of humour is important to all us Irish, yet we don’t want to be with a party animal as a girlfriend - we see them more as a fling but nothing serious.Enjoying the craic is important though – let’s enjoy it together. That’s about supporting us when we’re with other people we care about – our family, our mates, our boss even.Your spirit is important, nobody is looking for a push over as a long term girlfriend, and we don’t want to feel that we’re your whole life and you rely on us for everything.The balance here is displaying independence, while showing you care for us too.You can read it here: Respecting the man is one thing – but in actual fact you need to demand respect in return too.
This isn’t scientific, it’s from many conversations with friends, of both sexes, and over many years, there may be little shifts in emphasis, but the basics remain true.
It is not just about a good look, whether you look good or make you partner look good, not just about simple respect and humour.
It is not about cooking him a nice meal nor doing the chores. But what exactly do the Irish men look for in a girlfriend?
looking for same in a man i dont drive and would like some oni in my ar..
I've been out of the singles world for a long time, but find the changes that are happening due to technology really interesting.
The more normal Irish approach to 'going out' with someone is usually go to a pub/club, get drunk, kiss, repeat until you have done it enough times to consider someone your boyfriend/girlfriend.