Dating a bosnian man


Maybe you’ll go on a coffee date and order a caramel macchiato and your date will get milk and sugar with coffee flavoring.But typically getting coffee in the United States is run in, order, and rush out to other tasks on your to do list for the day. Walking down any street in Bosnia, you will find multiple cafes lined up beside each other, all filled with people.Bosnia and Herzegovina is situated in the western Balkan Peninsula of Europe.Three groups make up the greatest percentage of the population: the Bosnians, Croats, and the Serbs.They are expressive and passionate in opinions, and value respect, love, and loyalty.Though women usually work outside the home and have equal political and economic rights, in many families they are more responsible for the household tasks.Its capital, Sarajevo, hosted the Winter Olympics before the break-up of Yugoslavia.



When I told him Sagittarius, he smirked and said "the same as my dad." There was no elaboration, and I still have no idea about its relevance, but apparently it's a big deal. I had been forewarned by a colleague about this phenomenon of 'the astrology question', but had assumed it was an exaggeration.Coffee in Bosnia is nearly sacred and coffee time is never skipped.It’s a wonderful part of Bosnian life that makes you truly come to appreciate the country and culture, as well as just sit down and enjoy the company around you.It got me thinking about my own experiences when being courted by Serbian men, and how different, if at all, it really is. Locals are mainly interested in how their fellow Serbs have behaved and whether they have shown themselves in a good light, largely because of their consciousness of their international image.

Countless times, I have been told by Serbs that they believe they are perceived globally as 'the bad guys', a possible legacy from the wars and one allegedly propagated by film.

When Bosnians feel like coffee, they don’t care where they stop; though they may have a favorite place or a favorite drink, it isn’t always a priority.