Most Russian families prepare their boys to become future men since the early childhood.Parents encourage their sons to play with toy guns and rejoice when boys can stand up for themselves.With this, if you have your heart set on finding and keeping a Russian beauty as your bride, it will be good for you to study a bit of the Russian culture.Here is a quick crash course on the basic etiquette for Russian dating.
Elizarova, whose great-grandfather married Lenin’s sister, said she has also been shocked by the amount of alcohol people drink in England, finding women who drink a lot as particularly “unattractive.” She added: “You wouldn’t catch a Russian girl walking in bare feet because she can’t be bothered to wear heels anymore, or falling on the pavement and being sick.” The 27-year-old, who lives in Chelsea in London, laments the lack of family ties she perceives in England, saying she helps out her grandmother and parents because family ties do not break – which she admits is “maybe a difference with Eastern European girls.” Elizarova, who describes London as “the centre” of her universe, was discovered at the age of 14 in her hometown and was sent to modelling school in France, before she settled in London and completed a law degree.
Etiquette is conventionally defined as the customary code of polite behavior in society or among members of a particular profession or group.
Each country and society will always have a set of etiquette to be followed according to customs and traditions and the general acceptance of society.
She adds: "When they come to the West , they often expect their men to be like their provincial men: yes, he might beat her, but he would make sure that there was a roof over her head and that she was protected.
"There is a saying in Russia, esli byet, snachet lyubit - if he beats you then he loves you'.