Another clue of a pretender is a woman who has a poorly written profile.As a general rule of thumb, the more boring the profile, the more boring the person.I don't care what anyone says but as an over 40s, short guy in the UK, my dating value is low and competition for women is intense.The number of slim attractive women here is not good at all, the dating game really is stacked against you.My Bulgarian girlfriend has been living in the UK for 6 months now and I thought this was a good time to share my experiences with you all.For any of you considering looking for a long term relationship with a Bulgarian / Eastern European woman, you may find some of the information useful.I met my girlfriend last June through a bulgarian online dating website, went out to Sofia last July, did a further 2 visits met her parents, she visited the UK in september for 2 weeks and she moved here in March.My girlfriend comes from a small town 30 miles outside Sofia, worked in a bank, speaks reasonable English, but had never travelled outside Bulgaria.
Whilst most men would agree that Bulgarian women have a reputation for being sultry sex-kittens, strangely not many women say similar things about East European men. Somewhat unfairly, this is probably due to the stereotypical Balkan male being portrayed as misogynistic, macho, aggressive, built like a truck, and about as sensitive as the average brick.
However, it is very unfair to make such sweeping generalisations about the entire population of Bulgarian males and the vast majority of Bulgarian guys are nothing like many of their Balkan cousins.
So unless you have a particular penchant for tall, blond, Swedish types, then you really should consider them!
My back story, I'm 42, 5ft 6, average looks, reasonable shape.
Got married at 30 to your typical lazy English woman, divorced at 33 (no kids), Spent the last 10 years in and out of relationships with English women, basically drifting in terms of dating.