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I get fashion and all that, but when I walk into a place and almost 90% of the women there are wearing leather boots, jeans and black tops, I’ll kind of brush you all off for the sake of someone who looks different. He doesn’t believe in moderation (it’s for cowards) and thinks the world will explode pretty soon.
I have dated guys from diff backgrounds eg: Europeans and Asians, though I find my culture alittle bit closer to his, I can't help noticing the difference. But sometimes his behaviour can be abit hard to adjust to.
We both love each other and he's been talking about marriage and stuff. Am very confused and he says he needs some time to "expose the truth" to his parents.
However, what astonishes me is that, although he tells his friends I am his "wife" and takes me everywhere and shows me affection in public etc, but when it comes to his family knowing about me, he's abit nervous. He told me his family is very open minded, and his older brother married a German lady and his parents would have no problem accepting me. He told me that in Jordan, especially when he's Palestinian, when you bring a girl home, it means you're taking her home for approval from parents?