You can check out all her latest projects on her site but you'll find her Instagram feed (Kylie Flavell), Twitter account (@Kylie_Flavell) and Facebook page (Kylie Flavell) are updated daily. As a Romantic Anthropologist, I have taken the time to study different cultures through dating.
There is always someone waiting somewhere, whether it’s the wife, the jealous (and justified) girlfriend, the lover in Florence or Milan, or the high school sweetheart in their hometown in Puglia or Sicily.
A friend of mine had a wonderful relationship with a lovely young Roman.
Maybe they were at the time of the Roman Empire but not in 2011! I hope you haven’t just spent hundreds of euro on a Christmas present for an Italian in the naive but Hollywood-induced hope they are going to give you the most but let’s start the new year with some candour: the fact is, if we generalise (and we must because it’s more fun this way), foreign men say Roman women are high maintenance and acerbic, while foreign women (who are, on the whole, more vocal about their anthropological findings) report that Roman guys cheat, play games, don’t make an effort or turn out to be disappointing in the bedroom.
It must be added, however, that these same ex pats are madly in love with the city of Rome and rarely speak of that affair waning or leaving one unsated.
After about a month he confessed he had just recently ended a long relationship.