After she spent much of her childhood battling against the Greek stereotype that a woman’s place is in the kitchen, author Ekaterina Botziou* shares her wisdom on how to keep your Greek man happy in the following opinion piece.A Greek male is a complex creature full of contradictions, hyperboles and oxymorons.After creating your free profile you can search for members and send emails to those members that catch your eye.While there are some members from Greece, Canada, Australian and South Africa most of the men and women are single Greek Americans like you looking to make a connection with people of the same background.My best friend’s ex is the cleanliest person you will ever meet. We often hung out there, even stayed there when he was away and he was always one to help cook, do the dishes, etc.
Six months ago a cute Greek guy, from my graduate program at NYU, asked me to have a drink after class. I said no because I didn't perceive that Marios was interested in me romantically.With a reputation for being notorious Lotharios, most treat women like fresh meat out of the boat; they appear starved of female companionship and a woman is like a beautiful siren calling them to their deaths.Initially they will treat you like a goddess, but keeping their attention can be problematic; that first burst of wild untamed passion can soon slide into apathy and misogynistic expectations if you don’t keep them on their toes.Wooing a Greek man can take time and effort but if you are willing to go the distance, your rewards will be greater than King Midas’ stash of gold. COOK WELL: To most Greek men, a woman’s place is in the kitchen and if you can find the key to his stomach, you will have no problem unlocking the key to his heart.
Although it goes without saying that your cooking will never match up to his mother’s culinary skills, being a whizz in the food department will definitely get his tongue drooling. DRESS APPROPRIATELY: Men are very visual creatures and Greek men in particular take great pride in showing off their shiniest, glossiest, most expensive belongings.
My best friend broke up with his brother five years ago.