Today, for good or bad, online dating is one of the most popular ways to meet people. The popularity of Internet dating sites has added to this new way of getting to know someone. Nowadays, you can find dating websites for almost any interest. Whether you’re just looking for a Top Dating Sites or have some specific spiritual, lifestyle, or other needs, there is someone out there for you who is just a few mouse clicks away. And for those with few social skills it is an ideal way to get to know people. So, with all the great dating sites online today, it has become easier than ever to find someone
Of course, care must be taken when using the Top Dating Sites for this. The biggest difference between online dating and dating someone you meet in person is that you do not have the same ability to interact with them in person. You don’t have the same chance to look in their eyes and see if they are who they say they are. This is why caution should be used online. Common sense is absolutely essential when considering dating anyone, but more importantly someone you have met online.
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Dating an Italian woman can be tricky, not because of her personality traits, but because, simply put, she's not American. So here's your first tip-- If you're going to date an Italian, you'll need to think like one and that means letting go of some bad dating habits that Americans may be accustomed to. For example, the Italian woman doesn't play games. Whereas the American might play "hard to get" or use some form of "reverse psychology," the Italian tends to be very upfront and she expects the same. She has no patience for a man who waits 3 days before calling because he wants to play it cool. If you like her, show her, otherwise she'll lose interest quickly.
Got passion? Bring it on! When it comes to love and desire, the Italian woman gets the gold medal. And the farther south you go, the more passionate she is (I'm referring to the country, not the body-Stay focused!) The Italian woman is comfortable with her body and therefore exudes a sense of freedom which translates to confidence both in and out of the bedroom. This is not to say that she is promiscuous; she just doesn't second-guess herself! If she feels the chemistry and she's genuinely interested, you're in! (Sorry for the pun.) It goes without saying that "no" means "no" in either language so if you've put your best foot forward and she's still not impressed, walk away my friend.
Ask an American woman to go out last-minute and she'll ask herself a million questions before she responds... "Is he asking me now because I'm his second choice?" "If I say "yes" will he think I'm a loser because I didn't have any plans?" You get the picture. Ask an Italian woman the same, and she'll have her foot out the door before you can even finish your sentence! Yes, she is adventurous! She lives life to the fullest and thinks of the consequences later, if ever! So go ahead and ask her for a last-minute date. The worst she can say is "I have plans" (and she'll actually have them!)
It's very common to see Italian women staring at both men and other women. Whereas this might be considered rude in America, it's perfectly normal to observe people this way in Italy. So leave the jealousy and insecurities home (along with that Blackberry) and enjoy being in her presence.
In the event that your relationship should lead to engagement, you'll be happy to know that Italian women don't typically wear engagement rings as we know it here in the States. Depending on the region of Italy, she may have a simple band, an understated diamond ring, or sometimes nothing at all. (You can stop smiling now.)
The last and most important tip I can give you is to be confident. Italian women like strong, passionate men. They shy away from the weak. You may be intimidated, embarrassed or sick (hopefully not all at the same time) but don't let her know it or you're toast.
Buona fortuna! (Good luck!)
Dating Customs Around the World
If your grandfather clock has a brass dial, it was probably made in the period between 1680 and 1770. The early brass dial clocks only had one hand, because the average person had no need of knowing the time to the nearest minute, and with a bit of practise you can tell the time to the nearest five minutes on one of these early (and rare) clocks.
By 1730 the vast majority of grandfather clocks had two hands, for the hours and minutes. One-handed clocks continued to be made in country areas for a while after 1730. Village life was very conservative, and the people living in villages at this time still had no real need of "to the minute" time.
From around 1730 (all these figures are approximate all the way through this article) the brass dial clock was made all over England in ever-increasing numbers, and the dials became more ornate as time went on, especially on the eight-day clocks. More features appeared, such as seconds hands in a small subsidiary dial, date hands or wheels, and moon phases, usually in an arch on top of the dial, but sometimes in small aperture in the dial itself
The easier clocks to date, and the ones most popular in America, are the painted dial clocks, often called "white dial clocks" in Britain.
Painted dial clocks appeared about 1765 to 1780, and after this the brass dial clock ceased to be made, again with just a few exceptions in rural areas, especially the far southern counties of England. The majority of English grandfather clocks were made in The Midlands and the North of England. The new painted dial was cheaper and easier to produce and easier to read by the poor light available at night, so the brass dial was dropped from production over a very brief period, for our purposes it is fair to say that no brass dial clock was made in the big clock making centres after 1780.
The minutes are shown by a minute band, two concentric circles close together, with lines inside to represent each minute and no minute numbers at all. Date and seconds subsidiary dials are usual now, and the small ornate hands fitted to these are also brass and matching.
To finish off, here is a quick guide to the various features and their dates:
(Of course, all dates are approximate, to the nearest ten years.)
Dotted Minutes - 1770 to 1800
Minutes numbered every five minutes - 1770 to 1800
Minutes numbered every quarter hour - 1800 to 1820
No minute numbers - 1820 to 1880
Roman hour numerals - 1770 to1800 then 1825 to1880
Arabic hour numerals - 1800 to 1825
Full minute band - 1815 to 1880
Flowers or fruit - 1770 to 1800
Fans, shells or abstract - 1790 to 1830
No painting - left blank - 1780 to 1820
Gold imitation spandrels - 1775 to 1785
Name of maker - 1770 to 1780
Flowers or birds - 1770 to 1795
Small painting on white background - 1795 to 1815
Full painted scene - 1820 to 1880
Moon dial - 1770 to 1830
10" to 13" - 1770 to 1810
13" to 15" - 1810 to 1880
Square dial - 1770 to 1825
Arch dial - 1770 to 1880
Steel - 1770 to 1815
Brass - 1815 to 1880
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