In fact, my nationality affects my beliefs, world views, and values more than it does my everyday preferences, habits, or lifestyle. He is probably good-looking, semi-athletic, has good personal hygiene, and likes designer labels.However, any nationality can be typified and I will attempt to do so here- if only to save you a few headaches down the road: If I could describe the typical male Serb (born and raised in Serbia), I think he’d be something like this: His name is probably Marko, Milan, Milos, Ivan, Jovan, Rade, Stefan, or Aleksandar. Some people might wonder if he is gay, but he is not, (Serbia tends to be very anti-gay), he is actually just a metro sexual European. A Serb can be very romantic, sensitive, warm, and loving, but if you offend his pride, even slightly, in a heartbeat he can turn hostile, vulgar, offensive, and threatening.Here is an example: I was in a cab going from the airport to the hotel. When another car crossed his way, in less than a second the driver opened the window and became violent, cursing, sending the other driver to the place of his birth, sending him to copulate with his own father.This article assumes that you want to date a first-generation Serbian-American, Serbian-Canadian, or someone who is 100% Serbian in their ethnicity.People who are half Serbian might have some of these traits if they are highly involved with their cultural background, but you will experience less restrictions and less culture shock when you date them.
Firthermore, government controls the media totally. I noticed that the government is testing the water to see how the people will react to delivering General Ratko Mladic to The Hague tribunal. He will probably be a chauvinist, but don’t fret, he is curable. He will probably not go to church regularly, although he will know where the closest Serbian Orthodox church is, and who is in charge.He likes a girl who wears high heels, but doesn’t ever complain that her feet hurt. He will know exactly where he was during the 1999 NATO bombing.I could say the same of Mexico, but in Serbia it means ten times more. They serve coffee like a coffee shop does, but people do not go there just to drink coffee. I noticed that women have incredible bodies, and it is not from exercising. Year round, young people start the night at 11 p.m.They serve alcoholic drinks like a bar does, but drinking is not the function a kafana performs. You can see people sitting in a kafana for hours, more than half a day or all day long. I did not see many advertisements for gyms (none, actually). Restaurants serve the biggest portions in the world and I have eaten in fifty-three countries. Maybe it is because there is no custom of fast food, and no additives are added to the food. In my personal experience, Belgrade is the most alive city in the world. But while dancing, singing and endlessly joking, there is also gloom. There are fears that Sandjak, where many Albanians live, could be the next Kosovo, and Vojvodina, where Hungarian-speaking people live, might want to secede. They just want peace, work, and good social services, none of which they have. There are ads offering a million Euros for information leading to his arrest. Because only the cabinet can bring the taboo subject to a vote by the parliament anyway.