Top ten things to dislike about Irish women
The reasons I’m steering clear of the Celtic colleens
After dating an Irish women for a while you’ll suddenly notice that please and thank yous go out the window. Even the most pleasant things like organizing a barbecue for friends begins to feel like a military operation as orders are barked at you and you are expected to obey.
I think I have only ever been slapped by two women in my life, one was my Irish mother and the other was my Irish ex-girlfriend.
Irish women are extremely feisty and while of course this can be endearing, when she starts screaming insults at a driver who just took her spot in the car-park, all you can do is squirm and look away.
Talk too much
I’m not positive but I’m pretty sure that Irish women got more than their fair share of ‘the gift of the gab’. Irish women can literally ‘talk for Ireland’. It’s just as well someone invented Skype.
I women think nothing of an two-hour trans-Atlantic phone call but unfortunately it doesn’t end there. Irish women talk, and talk and talk unfortunately many of the women that I’ve met didn’t really have that much to say.
What a turn off when the blue eyed, freckled Irish girl asks the barman for a big dirty pint when she looks like she walked off the set of “Sex and the City”. That little black dress and fake eyelashes should not be matched with a pint of beer.
If you choose to relocate to New York, at least try to feign sophistication.
Now this could just be me but over the last while I’ve noticed that when you’re talking to an Irish girl they immediately ask “What do you do?” It seems to me that Irish girls might put too much stock in the size of lads wallets rather than in their personalities (they will no doubt deny this emphatically).
A lot of Irish girls I have met seem to dream about moving to the U.S. and marrying a Wall Street banker.
Spend too much time shopping
On my life I’ve never met people more obsessed with shopping, store, bargains and labels than the Irish girls I’ve dated. They can waste entire weekends shopping and spend the rest of their week planning their next attack on the stores.
When they get off that plane they cannot seem to get to Macys or Jersey Gardens quick enough and the obsession doesn’t wane either. One girlfriend I had even got her mother to bring out clothes from a store in Ireland, as if there wasn’t a big enough choice here. Insanity.
It seems for Irish women, shopping is pastime.
So there you have it. Rest assured Irish women out there, that these are just my thoughts, although some of my buddies did agree with me on some of my opinions!
Oh and just one final pointer for the road, Irish women don’t take criticism very well and I imagine the response I will get to this article will prove my point!
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