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Show your spontaneous side by surprising him with an extra helping of Moussaka, book a holiday to his mother-land, or simply turn up on his doorstep wrapped in nothing but the Greek flag. BE SUPPORTIVE: Though they may exude an air of great self-importance, Greek men aren’t always as confident as they pretend to be.Try to encourage and motivate him even when his ideas could land him in a mental asylum and/or jail.If he asks you for your opinion on something, be sure to agree with him and voice any differing ideas very subtly and with great caution.Avoid any comment that might threaten his ego at all costs! BE TRAINED IN FIRST AID: “Hypochondria” originates from the Greek language. So it goes without saying that most Greek men are massive hypochondriacs.This fuss may be created over their appearance, their health, their home, their food or their car.While he may be allowed to throw his dirty underwear around (because mama will always pick it up), you should be the goddess of cleanliness. Wooing a Greek man by telling him that he is wiser than Zeus and more handsome than Hercules will have him begging you to go out with him.
When you get to the ‘going out’ phase, you may dress as provocatively as he likes, but if you go out alone or with girlfriends, you should don a nun’s outfit. LOVE THE FAMILY (and his car): They say that behind every great man, there is a great woman. And his father, brother, uncle, sister, cousin, nephew, god-son, best friend, and anyone else who has known him for longer than you.Most Greek men are all talk and little action, so rather than cutting him down, be positive about his plans to open up a lapdancing Greek coffee club.Appreciate his interests and praise his efforts at all times. DON’T MAKE A MESS: As another by-result of their highly controlled upbringing, Greek men are very fussy.In 1941, when the Germans invaded Greece, the British and other allied soldiers were forced to retreat south from northern and central Greece, with a huge evacuation underway, called Operation Demon.Around 50,000 troops were evacuated from the Peloponnese, mainly under difficult circumstances, but many ended up in the southern port of Kalamata, the capital of this region, which was effectively the end of the road.