What are brazilian dating customs
Think about those long hours of learning to prepare Brazilians dishes in the hot kitchen…
You simply cannot love both Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.
The legacy of the Portuguese in language, religion, and law serves to unify this vast land and its people.
Until the mid-twentieth century almost all Brazilians were— at least nominally—Catholic and today, virtually all speak Portuguese and identify with the dominant Brazilian culture. Brazil, the world's fifth largest country in geographical expanse and the largest nation in Latin America, comprises slightly under half the land mass of the South American continent and shares a border with every South American country except Chile and Ecuador.
You’re dating a guy from the land of samba, so expect lots and lots of dancing.
You better have some rhythm or your Brazilian love will teach you all those dances with the passion he has and you cannot fail.
Throw away your comfortable jeans, the way-to-big T-shirts and all of your other manly kind of clothes.
Be ready to wear dresses and to fix your hair, because he wants the most pretty lady out there and most likely he’s proud to call you his and he will show you off when you’re in public.
Because of its size and diversity, Brazil is one of the nations most deserving of the name "land of contrasts." The country is often divided into five regions: Norte (North), Nordeste (Northeast), Centro-Oeste (Central-West), Sudeste (Southeast), and Su l (South).One is a nordestino (northeasterner) or a mineiro (native of the state of Minas Gerais) or a carioca (native of the city of Rio de Janeiro).