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What makes russian men masculine. i noticed the difference of their men between men of the states. was wondering what their mentality is on being a man.
anyone else know what a russian man's mindset is to be masculine. I noticed alot of people talking about how masculine they are on this website. thanks dudes and dudettes.
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How Russians train their men:
When I was on the Ukrainian airline from Vienna to Kiev, once the plane got into the air, I pushed back my seat so that I could get some sleep. The man behind me said "What do you think you are doing?" and acted like I was doing something wrong. This is the first time I had heard of anyone objecting to another person putting their seat back in an airplane, because this is what you have the right to do and everyone knows this. The sense I got is that if you live in a Slavic country, you are going to have to deal with a lot of intimidation and fighting for territory. I prefer the Latin Cultures where there is a deep sense of politeness built into the culture.
Well, I think there it would be good manners there to ask if you could push the seat back. He could be reading or doing something. Suddenly the seat comes down. But again, Ukrainians are not Russians. The population is big, the people are selfish for the most part. Men do not make good friends with each other. All Slavs are not the same.
A brain is a terrible thing to wash!
From what I remember, he was sitting back and talking to his friend and smoking like a chimney. He never asked me if I minded if he smoked. Do you really ask people if you can move your seat back? I haven't seen this before. With the airlines today - you are seated into an ever smaller seat, can't move, and may break your neck if you turn around and talk to someone. Although, if someone complained, I suppose you could get charged with terrorism these days.