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He also walked beside me, instead of ahead of me, let me go first – as we made our way through the crowd of people outside the bar, and was at my side to ensure that I navigated the steps into the bar safely.
Any man that can engage me in a good football debate, even if he doesn’t agree with me or support my team, gets bonus points. No man – regardless of his ethnicity or culture – has a perfect disposition. As a Trini woman, I’m obviously biased, and my basic justification would be that, if nothing else, Trinidadian men are culturally familiar to me. As a single, Trini woman, living abroad, I am not afraid to acknowledge that if I lived in Trinidad I wouldn’t be single.
When they do bother to voice what you suspect they’re thinking, it’s twice as meaningful and gets them a lot further.
Now, there are those who can’t resist the urge to let you know exactly what they’re thinking (even when it’s entirely ‘nasty’ and disrespectful).
I can’t completely agree with his statement, but I will admit that there are some things I really appreciate about Trini men.
Now, I’m not saying they’re all goodie-two-shoes, because there are good-for-nothing, ‘waste-ah-time men’ everywhere.
However, there are a few qualities that the Trini men I love have in common, which I feel deserve special attention. Given how sexualized our dance form is, a man who can “handle de winery”, as we say, just makes you want to take him home to test out those moves horizontally. Of course a bess wine does not automatically qualify him for a romp after a night out at 51 or a lime on Ariapita Avenue; and while Trini men want sex just as much as any man of another nationality, they have very different approaches on how to get it.
They know that if they spend enough time with a woman, and play their cards right, this too will come. However you put it, most Trinis know how to talk real sh*t, and most Trini men know how to turn on the charm and make you laugh, especially when they start off their story with a mischievous grin.As we waited for our other friends to arrive, he suggested that we walk a short distance up the street to a neighbouring bar.As I started walking off, he stopped me and said, “You can’t do me that. In Trinidad and Tobago, men who were raised right know that you always put the woman on the inside of you away from traffic and danger.I can only imagine that this was passed down through generations, from saga boys who wooed the women with the looks and charm, rather than the type of job they had.This may be because the Trini men I know still live at home with their mothers, and/ or have sisters.Either way, Trini women are a talkative lot and it takes a special skill to not only decipher what we mean, but also remember the really important things that can get lost in the volume of things we say.