Dating a brazilian
About half an hour later he pulled his now-ex girlfriend over to one side and asked what was going on.
”We’re not married” he half-jokingly quipped, but with an air of forcefulness that left her in little doubt as to how serious he was being. ”“Here in Brazil people sometimes say they are married when they live together, you don’t need to have a wedding to be married!
“I’m just arriving” is another example of a Brazilian saying one thing but really meaning another.
In large Brazilian cities where being stuck in traffic is VERY common, this often interferes with arriving anywhere at the agreed time.As Portuguese guy living in Brazil, I would say that one of the things you should be worried about is…wait for it…getting FAT! I met my wife Paula using a dating site and I have to admit that she cooks extremely well!Although I am from Portugal and am familiar with “Feijoada” (a typical dish in Portugal and former Portuguese colonies like Brazil), I love the Brazilian way to make it.Five minutes turned into ten, and ten quickly rolled into fifteen.The whole time I was sat staring intently at this door expecting my date to be just seconds away from walking through it!