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To watch dramas that they could relate to, including tragedies and comedies.
These often involved current politics and gods in some form.
If you date a Greek girl she will probably shower you with affection and want to proudly show you off as her man.
If you consider yourself somewhat of a conversationalist, then dating a Greek girl might be for you - maybe we get it from our ancestors, but Greeks tend to enjoy philosophizing (and, admittedly, our fair share of gossip).
Ancient Greeks usually ate bread (barley or wheat) and porridge, accompanied with food such as cheese, vegetables, fish, eggs and fruit.
Animal such as deer, hare and boars were hunted only as addition to the food supply.
Of course, this might not matter to you if you're just looking for a fling.
Bonus: if you're her man, she may even gift you that new blazer from the mall or give her input on a particular hairstyle, because she wants to help Okay, yes, this might contribute to the fact that we can be overly dramatic and loud sometimes, but then again who wants to partner up with someone without any passion in life?
Greek girls will voice their opinions, fiercely support what they believe in, as well as fight for the things and people they love, and who doesn't want someone like that as their right hand? Stay with a Greek girl long enough and you'll catch on to some fun phrases in a new language - and no, I don't just mean that one famous Greek curse word everyone loves to throw around when they're on the Danforth (starts with M, hint hint).
Plus, the Greek language has often been said to sound pretty sexy to the non-Greek ear... ;)Let's face it, Greeks are known to be a pretty prideful people, and when it comes to our dating life, we are no different.
Don't take the 'Parent Test' lightly as it's a pretty huge deal to both a Greek girl and her parents, but if you can get past this crucial step, then consider yourself accepted into the fold, as fiercely loved and protected as one of our own - and, like mentioned before, nothing is considered more important to Greeks than family.
Graduated from York with a BA in English - some may say that's an impractical major.
They were not involved in public life or in politics.