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Disheartened by the dark complexion of the man standing in front of him, the father of his then fiancee’s first words were: The aspiring groom said “No”, only for the father to respond, “that’s what a gypsy would say”.As I was wondering where this story was going I asked how he got out of that logjam as he’d started the story complaining to me that he did indeed have a wife.by Bucharest Connoisseur | Mar 29, 2015 UPDATE: Restaurant Now Under New Ownership, And Quite Frankly, I Avoid It At All Costs.So I said to myself “Crap, I just wrote an article on where to find a great burger in Bucharest, and what I feel that did was lead me to a place that makes a better burger”. read more by Bucharest Expat | Feb 24, 2015 Before we get in to how you can help hunt for those evil Romanians in the UK, we’d like to share some interesting information with you regarding racism, hatred, ignorance and beyond.read more by Bucharest Expat | Dec 21, 2014 A friendly argument that’s been running around for quite some time now, is whether or not a foreigner living in Bucharest should consider themselves an “Expatriate”.The reason we decided that now was a great time to post this article, is because we almost (that’s a...

Queens Club is the only gay (LGBT) club in Bucharest, situated on Carol Blvd. It is a dance club but unfortunately it lacks the personality.That’s what it looked like on the surface at least during my first weeks here.One of my friends explained that this attitude is known locally as; “fitse”.Romanians are fully aware of their reputation in greater Europe and very scornful towards the people responsible for it.That became abundantly clear already in the taxi from the airport when my cabdriver gave me a heavy dosage of the usual, by inquiring about which girls where the most beautiful in Europe; Ukrainians, Romanians or Russians, he decided to change the subject to every cabdriver’s favorite topic of conversation; the nation’s gypsy He then boldly asserted the only thing worse in this world, other than being a gypsy of course, was being wrongly mistaken for one.

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