Dating girls from chile
And yes, she tells him this sudden lack of ability means he does not love her anymore.
As you say about, 'America" and money, being envolved - maybe it is personal - as in a personal requirement of hers for him.
In America, I would be expected to provide a decent gift for the 'guest of honor', at least in keeping with the cost of my participation in the event, but I would not be expected to pay for any food or entertainment that was provided at the event, and especially not for my date - the 'guest of honor' s sister.
It doesnt seem like Chilean ettiquette is much different than American, in regard to being 'a guest'. Your post confirms what I read about falling in love quickly.
No this isnt customary, she just sounds like a money gruber...needs to be a man and kick her behind to the curb.
Shes obviously being unreasonable and stupid...the way, this is my argentine wife saying this... If its a chilean "custom" I was not exposed to that while there.
They fall in love quickly and its all out or nothing. I am not dating anyone, but I know of someone that is.
Before I married my argentine wife when i was single I dated a beautiful Chilean girl, and a few times she bought me ice-cream but usually I paid.
Even so, he sounds too passive, which to me, sounds like hes american.
Its this kind of stuff that causes americans to get in trouble down here.
Also Chilean men are very macho and kinda chauvenistic...quite immature as well, like Argentine men.
The vast majority of them in my opinion wont be ready marriage material until they are well into their 30's.Its interesting to note that neither one of them is American (she is Chilean - and telling him it is customary to accept her requests and to always pay for both of them even if he is a guest.