Other etymologies have been suggested, such as the Serbian galac. Another toponym in the region is Galicia , with its town of Halych , locally associated with the jackdaw Kawka, Halka. Archeological evidence points to occupation of the region in the neolithic period. A stone sceptre, from the late Bronze Age, belonging to the Coslogeni culture was found on the marshes' southern bank. In to and to , the Dacians fought wars against the Romans and the area became part of the Roman empire.
I think that sometimes we focus so much on the differences between men and women—how we communicate, how our brains are wired, how we approach relationships—that we often forget that when we get down to it, men and women are pretty similar. We ask many of the same questions, have many of the same anxieties, and find ourselves in many of the same situations. Case in point: the first date. I know women often come away from first dates with more questions than answers. Will he call?
The first date went well. Perhaps you found something unexpected you have in common, you had a great conversation, or maybe you parted ways on a positive note. But something made you feel that he was interested in you. We all have anxieties in the early stages of dating.
When I tell straight people I met a guy on Grindr , their response every time is: "isn't that just for hooking up? Maybe not a boyfriend, but something a bit more fulfilling than a quickie. The same goes for all the gay dudes who go to clubs in the Village, or hit up sites ManHunt or the like.