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What are some Dutch personality traits?
I guess it is the same as all over the world, every person is different. But they say the Dutch are very direct, stubborn, open to different cultures but very private at the same time. _____________________________________________________________________________________ The dutch tend to be quite intelligent too, and are known to be quite artistic (music, painting etc) in general.
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Abrasive, abrupt, abusive, adventurous, affectionate, aggravating, aggressive, agreeable, aloof, ambitious, amorous, angelic, annoying, antagonistic, appreciative, artic…ulate, artistic and authoritative are personality traits. They begin with the letter a.
Hrothgar the king and ruler of the great spear-danes, has many given traits. One of them is that he is bipolar. He constantly roams back and forth between rooms on a canoe of …whom many do not fear. In addition, his lack of entitlement to the spear-danes is greatly dishonored and is feared as a proprietorial doctorate. As University of Toronto would say, please open the gangnam style.
a nasty piriet
Good sense of humor. Hospitable. Love of music. Independent. Relaxed and easy-going.
Like other northern Europeans, the Dutch tend to be logical rather than emotional. They hold strong opinions and freely express their opinions. For the most part they have a "…no nonsense" attitude. When speaking, they tend to be direct and literal. They may come across as somewhat insensitive, obstinate or morally righteous. In fact they are the most tolerant and liberal-minded people in the world. Despite their affluence, they are inclined to be thrifty and frown on those who flaunt their wealth ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Answer 2. I live in Holland, my husband is Dutch. I am English, born and raised in London, with Irish roots. I mention this because it might explain my viewpoint to those readers who see or experience the Dutch differently to me. Generally, I find the Dutch would shun the idea of open, deep or honest expressions. Many of the Dutch I've met tend to be duplicitous in their interactions in that they rarely say what they truly mean or think, if the subject is anything deep and meaningful, preferring to keep quiet and silent or say the opposite of the truth. Sometimes, brutal honesty will explode from a Dutch person, usually in a comical vein, but still that's not common, I think. Expect friendly banter, but all very much on the surface of things. Expect to be quizzed about yourself, but don't expect the quizzer to share much about themselves. If you are also a quizzer, which I'm not, that might work OK for you here. I prefer relaxed, fluid conversations. The first impression is that the Dutch are very friendly and smiley, but one can expect to be always kept at 'arm's length' by a typical Dutch person. It is almost impossible to break past the invisible barrier into a real connection with a true Dutch native. I don't wish to sound critical, I'm just observing the way life here. Also, the people tend to have a basically selfish or self-serving attitude to things. They hate to follow rules in general, and cannot see that this makes life difficult everybody. Examples: -Most hate to stand in an orderly queue and some will attempt to create two lines, or wheedle in front somehow. -Too many allow their dogs to defecate in childrens' play areas and not pick it up, even though there are designated dog parks nearby. -Driving too close for safety in all weathers and overtaking very close and without indicating is normal here. The Dutch love to shake hands on every meeting, which is delightful in this day and age, but not so delightful when you discover that most rarely wash their hands after toileting! Yes, really. The average person here seems focused on having the right clothes and shoes, on looking and smelling clean, having clean windows and a tidy garden and two holidays each year. In short, everything is done for the 'eye', for appearances sake. But don't look too closely or try to connect a little deeper, because the reality is not always pleasant and can be disappointing. On the plus side, if you prefer 'friends' and neighbours to keep their distance, never come to borrow a 'cup of sugar' or 'drop-in' for a cup of coffee - unless they've first made an appointment - then this is the place for you! This is a general observation. I'm sure there are plenty of Dutch people who also frown upon these character traits, and know perfectly well how to take their place in an orderly queue! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
A personality trait is anything internal, such as the way you speak or walk, or your likes and dislikes.
Poseidon was usually angry, and sometimes he could be quite nice, but he was also greedy, moody, cruel, and violent.
1. CANDID-in action, deed and word 2. CLEAR-minded in choices and conlusions 3. FIT-both mentally and physically
He was short, highly controversial and extremely cruel. He was classed as a primitive man who was cautious and slow-moving in both his political life and writing style. …However, he was a fierce debater and clever public speaker. He had an amazing ability to absorb detailed knowledge. He was always lonely too - his first wife died (Ekaterina Svanidze) of tuberculosis, his second wife (Nadezhda Alleluyeva) killed herself in 1932. Apparently due to Stalin's dictatorial rule of the party. His only child (Jacob) from his first marriage fell into German's hands in the WW2, he was killed later. The two children from his second marriage out-lived Stalin but their relationship was never stable. Vasili was an Officer in the Soviet airforce - he drank himself to death in 1962. His daughter (Svetlana) fled to the United States in the 1960's.
Scottish personality traits: Tough, independent, argumentative, with a taste for beer and fried foods.
Superficial, shallow, think way too much of what other people think of them, promiscuous, VERY BIPOLAR PERSONALITY! Although... They are warm, passionate, playful, great with …kids, loyal to friends and family and a very healthy sex drive (great in bed) ;) obviously this it stereotyping but I've came to this conclusion from dating a lot of Italian women. :)
· He is a greedy god who is greatly concerned with increasing his subjects. · More than any of the Greek gods, Hades seemed to respect women and was willin…g to participate in a marriage of equals, sharing his decision-making powers with his wife
Depends if you are an Iranian yourself or not . So if you are an American or " White Guy" in general ... welcome to heaven ! they will love you as much as they love their own… families . But in case you are an Iranian dude ... get ready for cheating , s@@T talking , and never ending competition , in case you do a business .. may god be with you . I am an Iranian and I am giving you all my experiences .
you have to be smart with who u are dealing with and be respocible at all times
have light-brown,almost-red hair and greenish-gray eyes
brown or blond hair, larger build, and definitely tall.
The most common traits of an outgoing personality are the ability and genuine need to have and get along with a large, diverse group of people. The enjoyment of being the cent…er of attention, and the ease with which one can 'strike up' a conversation with anyone, even complete strangers.