Irishmen are more into parties and a see-how-it-goes approach. One thing though, I notice the manners are different. “To be honest, I thought he was Canadian, as he had a very pure Dublin accent. They prefer to spend most of their time with other men.For me, the standard Australian male is too blokey.
It’s like that in Poland after a certain age, everybody settles down. “But apart from that we have similar backgrounds because of the religion and that. I lived here for four years and I feel at home.” Australian Lisa Domican (41), living in Greystones, Co Wicklow, and married to an Irishman, Bill Domican “I met my husband when I was 18 and living in London.
“Of all my former classmates in Poland, I am probably one of only three people not married, and I am only 24. I didn’t have a single pre-conception about Irishmen.
“Most of my friends are from small towns, and they don’t have many choices when it comes to dating.
“They meet someone in school, date that person for 15 years and then have kids and/or get married to them.
We ask three women for their experiences ‘I want to marry an Irishman.” So says one American female who has posted her profile on one of thousands of internet dating sites.
Elaborating, she says that her ideal Irishman will be ready to have babies, will be family- oriented and hard-working.
Judging by dating websites, Irish men have a good reputation among foreign women.
But does the fantasy match the reality of dating an Irish man?
“It seems a guy gets really drunk, stumbles into you and hopes for the best – that has definitely happened to me on more than one occasion! “It’s impossible to sum up an entire nationality of men.