Dating jordanian guy
Tourists do not share the same rights over Jordanian culture. Outward appearance is the one facet of interaction between locals and Western tourists most open to misunderstandings on both sides.
A lot of tourists, male and female, consistently flout simple dress codes, unaware of just how much it widens the cultural divide and demeans them in the eyes of local people.
On the topic of men and women and what each one wishes they could say to each other without throwing a tantrum and eventually breaking up: Here’s my two cents.
Well, trust me when I say, just like you don’t want random guys adding you on Facebook, we don’t want random women adding us on Facebook. During my time on Facebook, I’ve been added by quite a few women, yet I never threw a shit storm and sent “Why the hell are you adding me? Face it, Facebook has its perils as well – and a block button.
During that small talk we had I said where I'm from and where I'm working at.
What I have found while doing it was not only the answer about what to do in my particular situation, but it was also something more important - a whole NEW PERSPECTIVE ABOUT MYSELF and my psyche profile. I get fashion and all that, but when I walk into a place and almost 90% of the women there are wearing leather boots, jeans and black tops, I’ll kind of brush you all off for the sake of someone who looks different. He doesn’t believe in moderation (it’s for cowards) and thinks the world will explode pretty soon. Like everyone in the country post Jan25, he is just another Egyptian who claims – emphasis on claims – to understand politics.If it’s possible to generalize, the three things that most annoy local people about foreign tourists in Jordan are immodest dress, public displays of affection and lack of social respect.In this section we try to explain why, and how to avoid causing upset.