This, in turn, has led to the Dutch male being one of the laziest when it comes to chasing women, as generally, they don’t really need to.The antelope calls the shots and the Lion simply needs to drink his biertjes and wait to be hunted.The shallow man advises that on the day of the date, that you put your TV on Nederland een, between 7 and 9 and watch Vandaag de Dag.Look at how poorly dressed the presenters of this show are and simply copy them. Your date will love you and not fear for the money in his wallet.Because of this, expat women, often end up making the following deadly mistakes when dating a Dutch man. In many countries, it’s quite normal during the course of a date to flirt with each other.Dutch men, used as they are to having antelope served to them on a denim covered plate, have missed out on this vital part of human relations during their development to adulthood.Your date will immediately assess you as being high maintenance, while he drinks his glass of tap water. The Dutch male is used to the fashion sense of the “doe maar gewoon” Dutch female.In other words, denim, shapeless boots, a top that clashes so badly with the rest of the outfit that you’d think Stevie Wonder was their personal stylist, and hair that would make a perfect nest for any passing bird.
He may even have made an attempt at flirting, romance is in the air, everything is looking promising until……….., the bill arrives.Several disappointed, international antelope, have asked me where they went wrong in their pursuit of the Dutch Lion.The Shallow Man, is, as always, sensitive to the needs of his expat flock.” Which brings me to the subject of today’s post, seven deadly mistakes made when dating a Dutch man.The Shallow Man has met many an expat lady that has been on dates with Dutch men that have not led to happy endings.If you, as an expat woman, turn up for your date, as is normal in most countries, in a nice outfit, stylishly cut shoes, makeup and styled hair, your Dutch date will have a minor heart attack.