GF #1: "The biggest turn-off for me is when a divorced man compares you to their ex-wife.You can prepare a lovely Italian meal for a guy, and all of a sudden he brings up the fact his ex made the best lasagna of all time." GF #2: "Men in their fifties can be cynical, especially if they were in a bad marriage.
To me, that's a turn-off." GF #2: "Some men don't want to invest the time it takes getting to know you.
They well and truly believe Scotland is the best place on earth and literally noting will convince them otherwise. They'll tell you Biffy Clyro are great, Young Fathers and Admiral Follow are both brilliant and Scottish bands are better than all other bands. He (like you) will be outraged by how much drinks is outside of Scotland Advice from Ian Sterling: "If, on your date, the conversation starts running dry, tell him about the last time you went out in a big city.
They will tell you everything Scottish is better than anything that isn't. Some say it tastes like drinking Coca-Cola whilst having a nose bleed, but not the Scottish.
Even if you're fresh out of a miserable marriage and new to the singles scene, take a breath.
You can be romantic and take the lead, but exercise patience.