Every Mexicano has got this thing for using loads, and I mean LOADS, of hair product.
And it’s not just the quantity, it’s also the time it takes to get that hair just right.
There was the Argentinian singer I met next to the Beatrice Inn one night, who played me ballads on his guitar while whispering sweet nothings in my ear.
There was the Brazilian boy who flew all the way to Paris to visit me after knowing me for merely a few days. They are romantic and passionate and zealous, with spark in their eyes and fire in their loins.
The information I received will be insightful for women interested in pursuing these men.
Would love for the ladies of the BB&W Crew to chime in on their experiences dating Mexican men!
On the flip side, you now have a new concern, as Latin men actually expect you to look like a woman.
Hence, dressing for a date entails putting in somewhat of an effort, i.e. If you’re dead set on crew-neck sweaters, go for the French.
They are happy with no cleavage and you can take the Metro together in your matching Stan Smiths. In true womanizer fashion, Latin men love a challenge and will cross oceans to get with their dream niña.
I’m talking love songs, serenades, cross-Atlantic flights – the whole shebang.
In some countries, when you go clubbing you buy your own drinks, but in Mexico you buy a bottle together with your amigos!
You will very rarely see the woman of a couple driving in Mexico.
All in all, Latin men make you feel like hope still exists.