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9 Struggles Of Dating A Greek Guy In Montreal

The Greek community has been a staple of Montreal for roughly 60 years and have become engrained in the very fabric of the city’s multicultural landscape. While the younger generation is more accustomed to life in a western country, they’re still all too familiar with the struggles of having a traditional Greek family.

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While we Greeks have been able to adjust to it fine, matters always seem to become complicated when dating is involved, especially when your S.O. isn’t Greek. So here it is: the 9 struggles of dating a Greek guy.

1. All The Food… Too Much Food



If there’s one thing that Greeks know how to do is throw ridiculously overwhelming family dinners celebrating absolutely nothing at all. You essentially have two choices: learn to say no to seconds AT LEAST four times or give in and make sure you bring fat-pants.

2. You Absolutely NEED To Love Kids


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Regardless of how old you and your S.O. are, there are always going to be young cousins that will be obsessed with you because you’re the newest “addition” to this event. Whether they keep on wanting to play with you or have them sit next to you at dinner, you’re going to need to start warming up to kids.

3. Want To Meet His Family? You Need To Go To Laval


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Meeting his parents or immediate is one thing but once is begins to get more serious and you have to meet the rest of his family, trips to Laval are going to become a regular occurrence.

4. Get Ready For A Whole Lotta Trauma At Easter



Ok so basically every single day you’ve spent with your Greek S.O. and his family is to prepare you and your soul for Easter. No just any Easter, But GREEK EASTER. It’s the biggest event of the year for a Greek family and if you’re not properly equipped then you could find yourself overwhelmed before you even step foot in the door.

5. Having To Deal With Overly Nosy Relatives



Normally meeting extended family isn’t too…

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