They are very loud, confident about themselves and hot tempered.
The Serbian men love women, especially the foreign ones, not because the Serbian women aren't attractive to them (on the contrary) but because it's not very usual to see a Latin or dark-skinned woman in this region.
They are usually very tall (Serbs are one of the tallest nations in the world), with strong bones and high Slavic cheekbones, usually dark haired, but there are also blond ones.
They love to drink, especially if accompanied with friends, while watching a football game.
That is one thing that cannot be argued about, and something no woman will ever change. If you are dating a Serbian man, one of the subjects that should be avoided is history.
Although there are a variety of common reasons to learn Croatian, the majority of our students – and probably many readers of this blog – choose to do so because their wife, husband, boyfriend or girlfriend is Croatian.
Let's start of with some of the most common pet names for the one you love: dragi – dear (male)draga – dear (female)moj najdraži – my dearest (male)moja najdraža – my dearest (female)moja ljubav – my love When you address someone directly in Croatian, the vocative case is used.
That means that if you’re talking to someone about “your love” you would say “moja ljubav”, but if you’re talking directly to your partner and calling them “my love”, you would say “moja ljubavi”.
Most nouns in Croatian have different nominative and vocative forms, here are few examples: žena – wife vocative: ženomuž – husband vocative: mužucura – girlfriend vocative: curodečko – boyfriend vocative: dečko You can find out more about the vocative case and how to use it correctly here.
Diminutives are also very common when talking to your partner in Croatian.
Here are some general rules on how to create diminutives in Croatian.
They are very proud of their female companions, and they treat them in a very protective manner.