I mean seriously, would you want to spend your youthful years searching for the "exception" in a country with a 90 million population? I hate to generalize, but unfortunately, there are some personality traits that are common in almost all Egyptian men.received message: I am a foreigner male living in Egypt."I would rather stay single then marry a man from Egypt" is a pretty common thing to hear from young Egyptian women. Not being familiar with and misjudging one another?Or is it perhaps a misunderstanding of the male mentality in Egyptian society?Thank you to everyone who follows ‘Mrs Mahmoud’ and thanks to those of you who have sent lovely messages – I’m glad you’ve enjoyed reading my posts, and hopefully I will resume the blog again towards the end of the year.
1) Avoid those who work in the tourism industry or who have access to a lot of tourists. At minimal, try to meet men elsewhere other than at a tourism setting.
It is out of both a genuine concern, and curiousity, that I request ladies who have married/are married to Egyptians, to state if they are happily married and if so, make mention of their husbands qualities which play a major role in this outcome.
Same goes for the ones whose experiences have been ugly or sour.
All these can be major factors, but what if there are other reasons and how is it that the two sexes can grow in the same culture with the same traditions and yet be so different?
While we can't judge the entire male species in one country based on a "few," we can get a pretty accurate idea of how most of them are like.