Back in June, Emily Heist Moss wrote a piece (“Remember When Courting Happened Face-to-Face?”) about taking our advances online, rather than making, well, actual physical advances.In a GMP article I was reading recently, the author mentioned the supermarket as a common place to run into a potential someone.Perhaps two hands reach for the same frozen turkey, and voila! I find this notion refreshing and almost amusing in its simplicity.That was a crap night wasn’t it’ Said no man, ever. You don’t know the meaning of the words unless you’ve had a night out in Ireland. On the plus side, research shows drinking Guinness can help reduce the risk of a heart attack – and after four pints is more likely to guarantee a snog at the end of the night. Irish men are hearty eaters Ireland is famous for oysters, the food of love – but if you’d rather pickle your own eyeball than eat one, there’s plenty more to choose from.
Mary Kenny, a relationship counsellor who also runs a dating website, says that her service has noticed a large increase in overseas women seeking Irish men for relationships.
It's not talked about, but it is at a subconscious level.
They want to be seen as successful in all areas of their lives.
“I would say a quarter of all our females are now non-Irish,” she says.
Kenny also believes that many Irish men have to alter their dating techniques and behaviour in relationships because of the influence of other nationalities.