Cheating culture is RIFE and a lot of men will lie through their teeth to pull it off. Argentine women love foreign blokes though so you shouldn't have too many problems (thats if you can cope with the hysteria and jealousy!
Be careful and ask questions (not introducing you to family, lots of nights out with the boys, working late, and never going back to his place should raise alarm bells)..please be persistent with the asking (or introduce him to Argy friends for the once-over).
It is one of those things that are a matter of debate to whether piropos are uplifting or degrading.
Not all women in this country fit the stereotype of the Argentine femme fatale but there is definitely a subsector of women in this country that still fall into that category.
Most of the time, this isn't really the case which means that an unsuspecting and amorous expat could end up falling quite hard and getting her heart broken a zillion times..I don't think they're being cruel, its just a cultural thing.
Finally, your defenses worn down, you conceded to go out for a drink with him.(tip: to avoid such misinterpretations, be very specific when making plans with your Porteño friends by confirming a time, date and location).In Buenos Aires, even the meaning of a word as simple as “no” is fuzzy—especially when this word is used in the context of a conversation spoken in the international language of love.Newly arrived visitors will wearily wait hours, days or even weeks for a phone call to be returned.They will be left all dressed up with nothing to do on Friday night having naively interpreted a friend’s vague “salimos viernes” as concrete arrangements for an evening out.