Israeli men have an air about them; an aura that is so magnetic, it’s often quite impossible to look away.
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They have gained a certain element of sensitivity along with these losses, and even though they may come off all tough, and whatnot, their hearts are bottomless pits of love.
Once you are in an Israeli’s heart, you are there to stay.
Maybe it’s the language; maybe it’s the culture; maybe it’s the ego - whatever it may be, Israeli men will be straight up, blunt, brutally honest with you. They will tell you that you’re beautiful - and mean it. Israelis have impressive English skills, to say the very least, but those tiny grammatical errors that find their way into conversation are what make them so endearing.
There’s just enough of a language barrier for you to fully communicate, but not understand certain little things.
What makes a man “good in bed” isn’t a big dick, or lots of notches on his belt - it is confidence, comfortableness, openness, and curiosity.
Israeli men are incredibly comfortable with their sexuality - actually, I may have to go as far as to say one of the most comfortable in the world.
Confidence, unfortunately, is not a word I would use to describe American men. Yaniv is a carnivorous lug who can't get enough of his Iraqi mother's cooking.
Their approach is subtle; they are over-intellectualized and fearful of trespassing on the female sense of liberty. If I wanted to feel like an equal, I would date women. To him, everything is simpler than how I make it seem. Me: "I feel like I am floating off the air with no one to help me come down." Him: "You're just lonely." Me: "I had this image of pierced holes in my back." Him: "You were just scared." When he brings down my elaborate metaphors to three-word sentences, everything seems clarified. To American women, Israeli men are gruff, too adventurous and too set in their ways to accommodate those who don't know how to not take them seriously.
Misusing words and phrases are part of their common speaking errors.
And how is it not the silliest thing in the world when they say things like, “now we make picture,” or “duck skin,” when trying to explain that they have goosebumps.
Not only that, but they also have a wonderful sense of adventure; they explore new places, foods, ideas, languages, and relationships.