Yes, 100%, not 99% or 98.33% and I know what I am talking about.
No matter young or old, rich or poor, educated or not.
It is also best to briefly find out some general information about the person’s social and professional environment, the company and town where he/she works (the town’s population, history, the name of the town’s soccer team, etc).
When first meeting, the following are good subjects to help direct your conversation and make a good impression: You can ask questions about her marital status, and if she is married, ask questions about her husband, children and or other family members including their education, work, ages, and interests. Mutual trust can be built up during casual conversation.
A real Algerian woman, if her husband doesn't beat her sometimes, she'll feel he's not manly.
Submitted by Nadia (France), Feb 9, 2017 at No, Your "boyfriend" will not marry any Algerian girl, at least untill he has a situation (a visa/residency permit to live on the dole in a EU country is their main goal lol).
I’m recently divorced, mid-thirties, no kids, living at home with my parents because it’s rent free and we are very close.Subjects to be avoided depend on the people you are meeting and their gender.With men, avoid the following topics: Generally, Algerians like to keep their private lives to themselves and do not like to be asked about their family, and particularly their wives.He’s looking to get married and start a family, that only time will tell if we are right for each other, but that he sees us together in the future. Seeking for friend's Well I am seeking for some Friend's to hang out with from time to time I am not looking for a relationship.