• Spanish men and their temper

    posted by Deleted user in Spain forum 

    My bloodline from my mother's side of the family is spanish. My grandfather, great grandparents were pure spanish.
    Living with them as a child and witnessing them argue more than half the time made think that I come from a race that's so feisty. In fact, I am one. But I don't take that experience as a gauge to generalize people from Spain. I have been living my life in three different continents for the past 15 years.
    In any city and country that I lived in, I found all sorts of rude and disrespectful men. That said, negative qualities by default cross boundaries. However, I acknowledge the fact that there'd be one outstanding collective culture trait that defines a race beyond color.
    I am compelled to say that I believe spanish men can be passionate. I can tell by the way they talk to me. It's more than just the respect they extend to me but probably to all women, but there's really a difference when they'd speak to a man.
    Men in the US are decent too and there's no denying that you'll find jerks but it's the same all over the world.

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