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Discuss culture, living, traveling, relocating, dating or anything related to North America. For those looking to relocate within the US or Canada, discuss your experiences and pros/cons of each domestic region.
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I read the article and it can relate not just to Irish women but all anglo-women. Check out the comments after the article as well, they are pretty interesting. Some of the comments sum up anglo-women perfectly.
"When I think about the idea of getting involved with an American woman, I don't know if I should laugh .............. or vomit!"
"Trying to meet women in America is like trying to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics."
I too am ethnically mostly Irish (American), but I have never meet any true Irish women, from Ireland that is. I do know that, of most of the supposed Irish-American women I've meet over the years, few would even give me the time of day if I asked politely. I don't remember ever being particularly attracted to any of them either, so it's a win-win.
However, a close relative who also is Irish-American has taken several trips to Ireland to visit his ancestral homeland, but the last one he took was nearly a decade ago, so there's no telling what all has changed much since then. He remarked to me how delightful the people were actually, and he also claimed that he had meet some very warm and friendly women while he was there. And this is coming from a guy that hates the American Matriarchy as well. I suppose that what he really meant was that, in comparison to Americans, these Irish women were far more receptive of him.