Bulgarian language dating sites
There’re no hipsters with bright clothing and large framed glasses, although that’ll probably change in the next few years as Western advertising becomes more prevalent.
Dressing like an Eastern European means, for the most part, also having an Eastern European mentality, which in turn means that the women are extra feminine and the men are, well, very manly. I spent enough time in Bulgaria to understand that Bulgarian women love their fellow Balkan men. But, if you’re a dark and handsome guy from the Balkans—whether it’s Serbia, Romania, Montenegro—you should be well received.
When I was in Barcelona, I met a good share of Bulgarians who made the city home and had Spanish boyfriends.
During one date with a very cute girl, we were literally speaking 3 languages: English (mostly), Spanish (here and there), and Bulgarian/Russian mixture (when she didn’t know a word in either of the previous languages).
But Maverick, you point out, Bulgarians aren’t very rich to travel like Americans or other Western Europeans. But I don’t even know any famous Bulgarians, whether in sports, academia, or anything else.
The only contact I’ve ever had with a Bulgarian was when I had a Bulgarian acquaintance back in San Francisco.
When I approached women (more on that below), I told them I was a Russian guy from Moscow.
(From what I gathered, many younger Bulgarians studied and lived in countries like Germany and Denmark.)The first thing that you notice about Bulgarian women is the amazingly dark, jet-black hair (the girl below is very typical Bulgarian).
In fact, I don’t remember the last time I was in a country where most women had such dark, richly black hair.
When I was in Sofia, I spent a good share of my time approaching women on the streets.
I won’t try to sugarcoat anything, but it was tough.