• The Italian

  • Italians are speakers. Their eloquence, especially expressive gesticulation, is known throughout the world. But, in business conversations, one should fear their fiery speeches, since most often they have more rhetoric and ideas than real facts. The Italian https://www.dating.com/dating-an-italian-man/ can be very friendly, but at the same time evading direct answers.

    In Italy, beauty is present in everything: architecture, nature, clothing, nutrition. Italians are big estates, they are very spoiled by good life, climate, they love comfort very much. If an Italian goes to another country, he will most likely go to an Italian restaurant, since another kitchen in his stomach simply will not be digested. If the wind blows, the Italian is already uncomfortable, because in his country a strong wind is quite rare. All Italians drive cars, according to statistics in each family 1.5-2 cars. About 70% of the population live in private houses.

    By the way, blondes (and blondes!) In Italy are not so rare: the Norman conquerors inherited not only on the coasts (where they set up a bunch of castles), but also in the gene pool. The descendants of the Vikings in Sicily look especially spectacular.

    The closer to Sicily, the stronger the picture is like a cinematic one: dark jealous parents, a brood of children, rounded mother-in-law commanders, all waving their hands together, screaming loudly and seizing pasta with pizza and sweets.

    The closer to the North, the fewer children, less expression, the older the age of the newlyweds at the altar, and the altar itself is less common: in the southern regions there are more than 70% of marriages in the church, in the central - about half, and in the North only 40%.

    Southerners generally respect traditions much more - religious and cultural - and the rule "Moglie e buoi dai paesi tuoi" ("Do not take a wife and a bull from afar"): about 6% of residents create a family with strangers. In the Center and in the North of Italy, this figure rises to 15%. Logically: the lower part of the "boot" is famous for mandolin, comedy del art and hospitality, but not for the number of jobs: only 12% of the foreign population settled there.