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What do Polish women think of Italian/Native American men?


McDouche 6 | 286
5 Oct 2013  #1
My physical looks yield to my Italian and Native American ancestry. What do Polish women think of Italian and Native American men? The Polish women I've dated thought I was very handsome. Do most Polish women prefer men with dark features much like Norwegian, Swedish, and British women do? Also, do Polish women care if a guy is bi-curious?

By the way, I look sort of like Taylor Lautner. He is also a European and Native American mix.
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
6 Oct 2013  #2
I, for one, do not really catalogue men (or people in general) according to their ethnic background. Nevertheless, I kinda like my men to be rather blondish with grey, green, or blue eyes, probably because I see dark hair and eyes in the mirror every day and find them boring. I also like the right kind of red-head, BTW.

So, to answer your question - I have no particular thoughts about either Italian and Native American men separately, or about men with both ancestries. Some might be quite charming, I suppose. But I would not automatically favour them just because of their looks. Nevertheless, many European women, including Polish women, do go for the "dark and mysterious" look ;-)
OP McDouche 6 | 286
6 Oct 2013  #3
many European women, including Polish women, do go for the "dark and mysterious" look ;-)

Yes, when I was on vacation in the Dominican Republic, a blonde Russian woman approached me on the beach for a conversation. Without even knowing her too well, she put her hand on my six pack chiseled abs and told me how she adored my olive skin.
pierogi2000 4 | 229
6 Oct 2013  #4
Difference is:

As White, I am able to tan and have olive skin in the summer & spring. As a non White, you will be looked upon as peasant skinned in many cultures. Plus having light hair and light eyes with tan skin is unbeatable.
OP McDouche 6 | 286
6 Oct 2013  #5
Pierogi, who are you kidding? In order to tan, you have to go outside and get some sun! You don't do that!
Polson 5 | 1,771
6 Oct 2013  #6
Plus, when you're white, you get easily sunburnt. Not so sexy anymore.
Terry Zazoff
6 Oct 2013  #7
White doesn't turn to olive.
Olive skin is common to southern europeans, some asians and north africans.
ie: not polish.
Olive skin as a rule tans better.

Central European skin generally does not tan well, it just burns.
pierogi2000 4 | 229
6 Oct 2013  #8
HAHA

I've lived 20 years by the beach. Sun burn turns into tan, children.
Terry Zazoff
6 Oct 2013  #9
more likely melanoma.
pierogi2000 4 | 229
6 Oct 2013  #10
Also Olive skin can't spend too much time in the sun or they start looking black
Polson 5 | 1,771
6 Oct 2013  #11
Sun burn turns into tan, children.

Children, sunburn+sunburn=skin cancer, remember this, before it's too late.

Also Olive skin can't spend too much time in the sun or they start looking black

I know you don't like the word but this sounds...what is it again? Oh yeah, racist.
OP McDouche 6 | 286
6 Oct 2013  #12
Besides getting some adequate Vitamin D, fair skinned people should stay out of the sun whenever possible.

This is why women prefer darker skin tones on men. It's because those kind of men are not vulnerable.
Bieganski 17 | 901
6 Oct 2013  #13
This is why women prefer darker skin tones on men. It's because those kind of men are not vulnerable.

"There are probably very few African-American men who haven't had the experience of walking across the street and hearing the locks click on the doors of cars. That happens to me -- at least before I was a senator.

There are very few African-Americans who haven't had the experience of getting on an elevator and a woman clutching her purse nervously and holding her breath until she had a chance to get off."

Wulkan - | 3,251
6 Oct 2013  #14
So when you see Asians driving with gloves on so their skin doesn't darken: they are racist?

it's a good point, there is an Indian girl where I work and when she goes back to India for holiday she stays away from the sun cause she doesn't want to get black.
Valisz - | 4
8 Oct 2013  #15
lol at posting Taylor Lutner what is he like 1/8th native american? He does not look like a typical Amerindian at all.
Agaaga
25 May 2017  #16
I am Polish and I have Olive skin, so that theory is failed that there are no poles with olive skin hahha
I also think that men with olive skin are super hot. I think the girls who opinionated above are in the minority because my whole life I have experienced that gils were chasing every Italian that visited our city :D :D :D. Which happened like once a year. It's just different, exotic. Something you don't have contact with on a regular basis. The same way olive skin people are attracted to blondes.

Of course, taste is a personal thing.
Agaaga
25 May 2017  #17
re bi-curiosity, Poland, unfortunately, is very homophobic when it comes to men, but girl&girl experiences are popular among the more open-minded communities of young people.
Agaaga
25 May 2017  #18
lol at posting Taylor Lutner what is he like 1/8th native american? He does not look like a typical Amerindian at all.

one thing you must learn about Poland, as you can see above, Poles LOVE to opinionate about things they have no bloody clue about and treat you like you're the dummest person in the world if in some way they feel more superior than you are. It is, unfortunately, this cave man habit we have. May I apologize for this.

he said mix Valisz. 1/8 is a mix. And Taylor is a perfect example for this topic.
WielkiPolak 58 | 1,034
25 May 2017  #19
This is what I've read out of this.

McDouche: I am an extremely handsome man. Women I have dated love me and think I'm hot while other women have gone up to me to tell I am extremely handsome, but this isn't enough, I need to stroke my ego a bit more, so can girls on this Polish site also tell me how much they love men like me.


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