Italians have a very particular way of doing things.They are proud of their heritage and love their home country. This may also be what makes Italian men so self-assured when approaching foreign women.
Here are five reasons to fall head over heels for the first Disclaimer: **Entire groups of people can’t be summed up by ten generalizations. There are exceptions to every rule, and I’m only speaking from my own experiences, being an American tourist in Italy.** While Italian men have become some of my best friends, I wouldn’t be quick to commit to anything serious.On top of the inappropriate professions of love, there are also the rages of jealousy.When I didn’t answer a text right away I got the passive-aggressive “Excuse me, I can see that you too busy to answer so I won’t bother you anymore” text (in Italian of course, which doesn’t make it anymore charming).Sometimes exciting, but mostly just full of eye-rolling moments.Take my most recent Casanova for example: I was wandering around the canal district of Milan looking for a low-key place to grab dinner and maybe a few drinks.Turns out, my summer love was not as tall, dark, and handsome as I imagined– most days he more closely resembled a bottle of vino or a .Even my mother was convinced I would come home in three months with an Italian boyfriend in tow.Check out this story, modified and published on Elite Daily.Have any fun dating stories from your time in Italy? Many will basically pick girls up anywhere, anytime—from asking what book you are reading on the metro, to asking if you know where the wine is in the supermarket, to literally stopping you in the street with a moped (yup, happened).Many guys will offer a personal tour of the city, which can be quite romantic if you’re into the guy.