Bizarrely I had been to Al Capone’s four years earlier in 2006 while Ahmed was working there then, yet I don’t remember him from my previous visit.Ahmed’s friendly and persuasive charm worked and Paul and I decided to eat in Al Capone’s that evening.However, they seem to have a reputation of being domineering, and stubborn. I know this isn't true for all guys, but to what extent is this true?Because I don't think I could stand someone who expects me to obey. more traditional egyptian guys tend to be quite controlling and domineering, but more and more now have become less so. however, they also tend to treat their girlfriends well and are very much 'there for you', whether by standing up for their girlfriend or just helping her carry heavy things!Received message: Half the nineties, I traveled, together with my girl friend to Hurgada in Egypt. Every single night during our stay they asked us the same question, we refused every time again, until the last night of our stay.
He was very courteous and used all his charme to seduce me. At that point in time I just broke up with my boy friend and lived alone.
Before we went back home he asked for my address and telephonenumber. Two days later he called me and told me that he missed me so much, he was sick because of it. I stayed in the same hotel as before and he was there as well. I fell in love, it was a beautiful holiday and he made me feel like a real woman. This gave me the impression that he was honest and really loved me.
We agreed, that when I would come the next time, we would go visit his parents in Luxor.
An Egyptian man will go ahead and hook up with other women in the same circle because that makes him a player and . A man is comfortable with his woman going out by herself or having fun with other friends, even if they are guys.
An Egyptian man will start a fight with any man who so much tries to talk to his woman when they’re out.