She doesn’t take herself too seriously and cares little about what other people think.
I love her passion for her work, and seeing her drive to achieve what she wants makes her attractive in my eyes.
As a result, some men resort to ‘outsourcing’ girlfriends from neighbouring countries such as Thailand, who “smile more” and “make guys feel like a king in a relationship”.
But are local women typically materialistic or arrogant as some may think?
We also bond over our mutual hatred for public transport.
Billy, 23 I’ve been an oddball most of my life and I found it difficult to meet girls in real life.
Both genders do splurge on the occasional branded goods, but I think they’re far more capable of looking at the bigger picture and saving towards their BTO and future with their partner.Not only do they push the boundaries of what it means to be female, they don’t shy away from hard-laboured jobs either.I’ve worked in many other countries, and most of the women expect to be treated the same as men but won’t put in the similar effort the way Singaporean women do.The best part is, she enjoys being organised so I can always count on her.But there’s a flipside–she’s a workaholic and needs to ‘chill’.First, many women treat their men with dignity and respect when it comes to hearing what they have to say.They are usually obedient and will follow whatever they men say up to a certain degree.Hong Lim, 28 I’ve studied in international school and dated girls of various nationalities but at the end of the day, being with a Singaporean girl makes me feel most at home.I don’t have to speak perfect English all the time; she gets it when I say .Dating her is literally living in the best of both worlds.John, 29 Looking back at my parents’ generation when women were expected to be housewives and men, breadwinners, I’m thankful that Singaporean girls today are more financially independent.