If your Jamaican man talks to you in a disrespectful manner or tone, don’t say anything back. You can just stay silent and see what he does, or you can abruptly end the conversation you two are engaged in, right in that moment, by abruptly walking away.If he loves you, he will say or do something to try to improve the situation.If he doesn’t care he won’t acknowledge your mood change at all in which case you are better off letting him find another woman to talk down to.
Otherwise you two may have to take some steps back.
These rules were designed to help you get to know your Jamaican man and to help you get to know what he is all about before you involve your heart.
However these “rules are just a guideline” everyone must do what they feel is best for them at any given moment.
Cleanliness is of the utmost importance in the Jamaican Culture.
A poor stinky woman can mean a harsh talking to from your Jamaican King.
That time of the month is no excuse either, for a sour smelly “poom poom”. Bad Breath is a big time “no no.” I carry gum with me at all times.
Keep the “poom poom” fresh at all times no matter what. This makes maintaining a clean and fresh “poom poom” “on the go” a breeze. Could you imagine a woman looking pretty from head to toe and she opens her mouth to speak and you want to run away. A Jamaican man who mouths off to you is not treating you with the all import “respect,” and he knows it.
The Jamaican Culture prides its self on strength and endurance.
Your man may expect you to show strength even at times when you don’t feel so strong.
Show your Jamaican man who you can handle anything that comes your way. If at any time you feel weak, don’t show it in public. Everybody knows sometimes hoo has can get a little funky, due to sweat etc.
Some situations call for you to hold your head up high, some call for you to stand up for yourself. A Jamaican man expects his woman to keep her self clean and fresh at all times.