This is a funny video and reminds me of many stories of Western-European women in Italy, Greece, Turkey and other Southern-European countries. They are aware of the typical Southern-European men and their way of approaching Western-European or North-European women. They like West-European and Slavic women, because they are blond or different brunette than their dark haired and eyed women and girls (which by the way are beautiful, fantastic and good to, but men are always attracted to the exotic to women who are different). Every year there are many Summer vacation love affairs, or dates between Southern-European men and boys and female students or single expat women from other countries. Maybe Turkish, Greek, Italian and Spanish men are more macho and charming than Western- and Northern-European men. They know how to give attention to ladies.
This is a very funny example of a Southern-European male-female meeting.
Maybe the same is the other way around, because some Western-European guys (like Americans) have Spanish, Southern-French, Portugese, Italian, Greek, Yugoslavian and even Turkish or Kurd wives or girlfriends. Their taste is more Southern, and they love the culture, language and found of the country of their wives or girlfriends. And these women and girl are more attracted to the Northern or West-European guy. That is the beauty of Europe that you have all kinds of European mixes nowadays. Greek, Italian, Portugese and Spanish minorities have been in Europe for a longer time than the Turkish and Moroccan guestworkers who came after them. These Southern-European immigrants worked in Western-European mines, factories and horeca (Italian restaurants, bars and ice stores) since the fifties.
They are accepted minorities in North- and West-European towns and cities, because Europeans love Italian food, Italian fashion (clothes, perfumes and after shaves, shoes, olive oil products, Italians sausages like Salami, Pasta's, Pizza's, Italian cheeses, Italian wine, Pesto, Mozarella and etc.), and also love Greek restaurants, Spanish Tappas and red wine, Flamenco bars, and everything Portugese. Back to this subject I have heard many romantic stories about Southern-Europe and experienced maybe one myself (Montpellier, Southern-France, 1990). We love French, Spanish, Italian, Portugese, Greek, Serbian, Croat, Bosnian and even Albanian and Macedonian movies. Last week I saw an Albanian movie in our Art House cinema in Arnhem.
This a trailer of that Albanian movie, which showed a lot of aspects of the complicated Albanian culture
It was a slow, very slow movie, but the images of the rough Albanian mountains, snow, people and customs were amazing. It was like looking at a sequence of wonderful photographs in an art museum in an exhibition about landscapes. It showed the existence of Albanian girls and women who become man via a transformation process, funeral ceremonies and how Albanian immigrants live in Italy. Robert Zimmerman would have loved the movie.