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If so, you need "The Ten Commandments of Dating" to give you the hard-hitting, black-and-white, practical guidelines that will address your questions and frustrations about dating.It will save you time and from lots of frustration. We assume you date someone from Greece or are getting into that situation. People in other countries see that there is something “different” with us. Well, yes some times, some Greeks dance Zeimpekiko just because it “looks good” but that is an exception. From Eurovision to a game of backgammon or to multi-sports, you will see Greek men and women get passionate. Just throw them a competition on who can make the best “ntolmadakia”. Superstitions come a long way with Greeks (as with other nations). During those 2 days, Greeks tend to take you out and treat you on their expense. If you are invited to a Greek house for dinner then -usually- the mother will cook a lot of things. These are the most common names you will find in many Greek families. It comes from the tradition to name the newborn with the name of the father’s/mother’s father/mother so to “keep the name in the family”. Well, it also means that you can shout out Maria in a square and 50 women will turn their heads. Greeks have contributed (at least ancient Greeks did) with the philosophical background on Reason. Chinese did too, along with more ancient civilizations like Egyptians, Persians and more. Seems not all, but we for sure contributed largely. We mostly seem to miss friends, sea, sun, beaches, food, wine, talking out loud and many more. Tell her that tomorrow 15 of your friends will come for lunch and next thing is you find a ton of food cooked by morning time, enough for 30 people. Some of our ways of acting seem closer to those of Italians but Italians are not Greeks (or… By the way, when in Greece, make sure to check this list too. “Good looks” is radically rising in Greece (to the borders of exaggeration in some cases). In the old days being “big” usually came along with lots of fat. A trend is rising among Greeks around their 40’s where they start learning Greek traditional dances, again! We do that both when we are happy, sad, angry or as a gesture of intimacy. In our traditional coffee shops (called “kafeneio”) you will see 2 people playing backgammon and another 10 around them shouting and giving instructions. Well our face -even a slight nose twist- will give you a good hint on how we feel for what you are saying or showing. They are carried over from generation to generation, getting less each time. This has to do with our belief that nobody must leave the table feeling not fulfilled. You can swim in Greek beaches without being afraid you might get eaten by any kind of mammal. They are what they are but they also carry a bit of culture inside them, as they are connected to our evolution through times and eras where they meant something for daily life. That is another superstition of course but it is part of our idea for hospitality. You can walk in Greek forests without thinking that all plantation and insects may kill you. People need more free time, less work and more resting time. From hosting the Olympics to submit our tax return or even order the “thing” we must have today, we do it the very last minute. Seems Greek abroad miss Greece for the “chaotic” part too. In some weird and twisted way this works most of the time.