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mimi Jan 26th, 2001 02:56 AM

Are Italians the best lovers?
 
Where does one find that romantic interlude? <BR>Italy...Paris...Spain? Can Englishmen light that torch? <BR>

noname Jan 26th, 2001 03:00 AM

Without a doubt...Italian men...

SAM Jan 26th, 2001 03:07 AM

Irishmen -

anonymous Jan 26th, 2001 03:22 AM

Not in this house.

good-girl Jan 26th, 2001 03:27 AM

As someone with some experience in such type of diversity I must say that Latin lovers indeed deserve the reputation they have (mmmmmm!).

janice Jan 26th, 2001 05:38 AM

Italians are wonderful until you actually have to talk to them...

eva Jan 26th, 2001 05:50 AM

oh god! Spanish Spanish and More spanish!!!

Judy Jan 26th, 2001 06:18 AM

Janice: LOL,,,, what a thread! I WISH I could tell you! ;-) Judy

mimi Jan 26th, 2001 06:38 AM

Yes, Janice, do tell...This is a legitimate question for we women travelers...we women in the spirit of exploration...we need to know.

jealous Jan 26th, 2001 06:39 AM

LUCKY EVA!

Tony Hughes Jan 26th, 2001 06:42 AM

I found the Italian women so-so.

eva Jan 26th, 2001 06:47 AM

I am serious though. I found Italians to be good but very into themselves and to the point; when they meet you it is basically, 'I want to sleep with you'. Spanish lovers may have the same agenda but will sweep you off your feet.

ready to travel Jan 26th, 2001 06:57 AM

Barcelona, anyone?

sam Jan 26th, 2001 07:02 AM

and the Irish will make you laugh, ply you with drink and make you feel like the most gorgeous woman on earth.

xxx Jan 26th, 2001 07:10 AM

At the risk of re-phrasing an old joke... <BR> <BR>Happy is the woman who has... <BR> <BR>an Italian lover for her bed <BR>a French chef for her table <BR>a German mechanic for her car <BR>a British policeman to patrol her block <BR>and the Swiss to organize everything in her life... <BR> <BR>as opposed to... <BR> <BR>a Swiss lover <BR>a British chef <BR>a French mechanic <BR>a German policeman <BR>and Italians in charge of everything... <BR> <BR>

liz Jan 26th, 2001 07:12 AM

Sounds like I have to start doing a little more than checking out the art and architecture while I'm on vacation! <BR>Do you think my husband will get in the way?

someone Jan 26th, 2001 07:13 AM

French Canadian! Hands down. ooooooooops :)

readytotravel Jan 26th, 2001 07:18 AM

Perhaps Ireland is being overlooked...

oscar Jan 26th, 2001 07:19 AM

Speaking for the 10% - any comments about gay Italians? <BR>As for Barcelonians - the men and women, straight and gay, are <BR>gorgeous but a little stand offish. As for the gay men in Madrid - that's a totally different story. This may sound a bit objectiving - but I had enough "wonder bread" in kindergarden - give me the mutli-grains any day.

Ess Jan 26th, 2001 07:21 AM

Of the non-Americans, my favorite was a Hungarian. He was a romantic free spirit, passionate AND tender.


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