Dutch dating urban dictionary

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The Dutch were already internationally known as scrooges, and English rivalry with The Netherlands especially during the period of the Anglo-Dutch Wars gave rise to several phrases including Dutch that promote certain negative stereotypes.

This in order to minimize cost, sharing the same passion for that particular product and to have the maximum usage of this product. Note that a Dutch door is also called a "split" door.

A stereotypical non-Catalan Spaniard would compete to invite the group.

In Italy, the expression pagare alla romana can be translated as: "To pay like people of Rome" or "to pay like they do in Rome". Curiously, in South American countries exist the Spanish phrase pagar a la americana (literally "To pay American style") which refers to a treat attributed to North Americans or Canadians.

Another proposed explanation is that the term, often expressed as "talk to one like a Dutch uncle," originated in the early 19th century as an allusion to the sternness and sobriety attributed to the Dutch.

Dutch behaviour is defined in the book Culture Shock!

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