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A Dutch guy is likely not to be domineering, but surprise surprise, won’t mind if you are.
He won’t mind you barking out orders or getting you a cup of tea.
Forget all those complaints and concerns you read in cyberspace about Dutch guys being uncool, unromantic and underdressed.
Special Flag days are: established back in 500AD, is an annual commemoration held in February and named after an early Christian martyr by the name of 'Valentine' , to originally celebrate love and affection between intimate companions but today has extended to family and friends.
In the early 1990s, the Danes began to celebrate Valentine’s Day as the great day of love, inspired by the American custom.
They have over centuries built dykes, dams and windmills to reclaim land. It’s a crazy assumption, likely a stereotype steeped in history and wars.
This has had an effect on their people – that being, they are pragmatic. No Dutch guy I’ve ever dated has ever asked me to pay my half, rather the only thing that’s been said was, ‘Would you like some coffee or tea? ” Freedom and individuality is espoused in the Netherlands.