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But there’s a difference between a situational flirt and a serial flirt, and the latter is something that men just don’t want to deal with.

A serial flirt giggles, touches, and tosses her hair at everyone: the best friend, the boss, the father.

The reality is that meeting foreign women can be just as laborious as meeting women in your own country, and that’s not including the monetary cost of travel.

The rewards are far greater, of course, but traveling to an unknown land to develop a sexual and emotional connection with a woman who shares a completely different culture than you is no easy task, and should not be viewed as such.

A friend and I were recently in a café in my neighbourhood when a young Canadian girl approached us and introduced herself.

She had overheard us speaking English and from our conversation realised we were foreigners, like her, living in Belgrade.

A woman who bats her lashes indiscriminately seems like a challenge at first—? After a while guys realize that the Flirty-Bird needs constant attention because she’s stricken with major self-esteem issues.

An extremely confident and patient man may be able to deal with this kind of behavior, but he’ll probably run himself ragged before realizing that the Flirty-Bird isn’t worth his time. You meet a fantastic woman and you’re having a great first date.

Meet Beau Ushay from Ask Men and dating blogger Harriet Farkash in this special ‘He said, She said’ edition. Usually, a first date will be a drink after work so I’ll just freshen up before I leave the office.

It got me thinking about my own experiences when being courted by Serbian men, and how different, if at all, it really is. Locals are mainly interested in how their fellow Serbs have behaved and whether they have shown themselves in a good light, largely because of their consciousness of their international image.

Countless times, I have been told by Serbs that they believe they are perceived globally as 'the bad guys', a possible legacy from the wars and one allegedly propagated by film.

During the customary introductions, she told us she was here as part of her university studies, and over the next six weeks would be conducting an anthropological study into the Serbian dating scene.

On that note, she wanted to know if we had any single male Serbian friends interested in taking her out. With no 'data collection samples’ to suggest, we watched her wander off, no doubt in search of an eligible case study.