If your neighbors see you with more than one guy, you might be hearing Santa chanting a bit earlier than usual.
So be weary of that before your Sanky Jose takes a stroll through your neighborhood in his undershirt and aviator glasses.
Now love can happen that fast, especially if the Brugal is free flowing and you are still a bit dizzy from all that sun, but the odds of it happening at a resort or the local bar are slim to none. Jealousy and the ramifications Not the jealous type?
Not one to check emails and phone messages behind your lovers back?
But you must remember that in any dating venture you will have your swings and misses and the best bet is to pick yourself up and keep moving.
For many dating can be a nightmare and add to this the fact that you are in a different country, with a different language and some of you might be spending many a Saturday night cuddle up with a tub of ice cream watching horrible Spanish language television. For you brave souls who are up for having a good time, experiencing new people and new things and have no problems with putting yourselves out there a bit, the “dating” scene in the DR can be a fun experience. For many who travel or decide to live in the DR they settle down in their new home and bring with them their perspectives which stiffle their ability to fully integrate into their new home.
Before putting on your Sunday’s best and trying to pick up the first hottie you see the best tip you could receive is: leave your misconceptions and prejudices at immigration, as it could save you much trouble. “Newbies” constantly preface everything by saying, “at home….” Well remember, you aren’t at home and though those lame pick up lines might have worked at that two dollar butt bar where you used to hang out “God must be missing one his angels,” is not going to work here.
Women here have unfortunately not found the lighters for their bras.
We don’t make the rules, we just warn you about them.