Even in serious relationships some men will consider it perfectly normal to have mistresses; it’s a part of life as opposed to a crime and it doesn’t mean he doesn’t love you.He may even expect you to get a lover (and go mad with jealousy if you do).Don’t get me wrong, Vincent and Angela Festino are wonderful genitori.I miei filled my childhood with hugs, Nutella and Totò Cutugno sing-a-longs in the car.Well, he reportedly said: “Cultivating whatever gave pleasure to my senses was always the chief business of my life; I never found any occupation more important.Feeling that I was born for the sex opposite of mine, I have always loved it and done all that I could to make myself loved by it.”If you imagine a man like that, do you think he is drawn to one woman and one alone?On the flip side of the coin, many Italian men are as faithful as faithful can be.
Italian women are often fierce, ruling their men with an iron hand, but they may still do the cooking.
By the time I walked into the Liberty Hotel to meet my date that evening, I was convinced he was going to turn out to be a serial killer. After 30 minutes of fidgeting, compulsively checking my phone, and flirting with the waiter, Antonio walked into the restaurant. I’m pretty sure that amaro means ‘love’ in Italian…
I was the first to arrive, so I sat at a table and tried not to fidget. Well, a heavier, balder, older version of the Antonio I was expecting walked into the restaurant, leading me to the conclusion that the pictures I had seen online were from 1998. so I’m guessing this drink is sweet, just like me.” He winked; I suppressed a shudder. You might want to try something else.” I tried to say this as amiably as possible, but I’m certain a bit of surly crept into my voice.
In Italy the sign of a woman’s love has been synonymous with a woman cooking, taking care of the household and shouting out her pride for the man (or men if she end up having sons too) in her life.
Whilst that can sound like sexist propaganda, it’s simply culture and tradition.