Vietnamese culture dating


I was one of the first few people in line, so I was able to get myself two plates of crawfish. But by the time I was back in line for a second serving, these shameless people had already taken all of the 50 boxes of crawfish Ikea had for the event.

Ăn ốc – snail eating – is a national pastime in Vietnam. Every day of the week, but particularly on weekends, large groups of work colleagues, friends, and families descend on quán ốc  (snail eateries) to eat, drink and talk the night away. Snail eating is part of nhậu culture, which is the Vietnamese word for going out, eating, drinking and socializing on an epic scale. It’s something between tapas and bar culture in the West, but neither of these do justice to the scale of indulgence and conviviality of Vietnamese nhậu . There’s a frenetic buzz to snail eating (always accompanied by beer) which is intoxicating and complete. I like to call it, ‘Total Dining’.

The chat program in Vietnam is Viber. Download the app. It’s free and will come in handy. When you have decided on the girl or girls, you want to meet, give them your phone number. They will certainly give you theirs. Remember, some are a little shy, so it might be you that has to text them on arrival. However, many are also up for the game and will send you an SMS once they know your arrival date.


Vietnamese culture dating

Vietnamese culture dating