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So first of all, I'm Hungarian. Also a white guy. So let me give you my take on stuff you say. I hope you don't mind.
I worked as security in big stores and I followed everyone around.
As a hungarian I can assure you WE are being followed in the stores as well 😅 Why? No Idea. 🤷🏻♀️
I lived in Hungary a couple of years ago. I'm Nigerian. A proud one. Budapesti gyerek vagyok! Tudod! 😀. Thanks for your video. I still miss the city, country and the buzz. I was everywhere, Budapest, Debrecen, Szeged, Szèkesfeherva, Èrd, Pècs, Szombàthely, Komàrom, Komàdi, Hegyeshàlom.....everywhere. Sadly, while I was there, racism was rife no doubt but I had a good time. Yes, there is plenty of bread and pork in Magyarörszàg. In all, I had a good time.
Well put girl. Especially with the language. I have been learning the Hungarian language for the last 7 months and I can hardly construct a sentence. But its a beautiful country all in all.
Hungarian security guys at stores are crazy. I have been followed a tons of times. LOL... We have tricked one of them and he has been following us round and round for 20 minutes at Rossmann... It's not about that you are black. They are simply just crazy.
This was such a good watch, reminded me of my time in Hungary..... I miss hungarian restaurants, fornetti and pogácsa
My dear, the obsession of your beautiful skin tone from Hungarians is because of most of them trying to get more darker skin colour,, they are taking a lot of sunbath, using browning creams or using tanning machines. You won't believe how hungarian women can be obsessed to have your beautiful natural skin tone. I can imagine it can make you feel bad since they highlighting the difference in your skin tone but when someone said you have beautiful skin tone or saying you are so nice brown is out of positive jealousy as many women has to work hard to being same as you are naturally. Many women thinks that pale skin is unhealthy and they are prefer to being health brown. 😊
Great video and very humble approach. I’m Hungarian, raised in a small village, lived 12 years in Budapest and living in Portugal currently. I have the luck to have a cosmopolitan mindset regarding my own country and I agree with the picture you painted. I have a black boyfriend from the UK, I might show him your video before we travel home the first time together this summer. Would be interesting to see opinions from other members of HU black community too. Bests to you! Diana
I see Hungary I click OK! BTW I am simple Polish man who loves my brothers and sisters from Hungary!
I'm sorry for the staring! I know it's a "thing" my wife is brazilian I am hungarian. Sometimes we enter in a restaurant and people just stop eating and start staring. Horror.... Once a guy walked into a glassdoor coz he was staring a lot 😂seriously. The security following you in a store it's a shame.🙁
Ah I love your style of speaking so much! So much truth in it as well, I'm laughing out loud:D I'm Hungarian, and I'm followed around in stores as well, it's like they lose focus of everyone else, and just come after me, it feels so creepy:D I think security guards follow around pretty girls, that's all. They must be bored of their job otherwise:)
I would never go to another person's country on a short or long term basis and not expect to learn their language either before or once there.
I love the fact the they have an affectionate culture.
I am Hungarian and I must say I really enjoyed your video. :D I'm 100% sure it can help so many people and especially students who come to Hungary. You really pictured so many areas so well. Congratulations. :)
I think I have to say something about the "staring" :D :D :D :D In Hungary it is normal to stare and we do not even realize that we are doing it most of the time. Hungarians who never been abroad would have no idea what you talk about, because it is that normal. Especially looking in the eye and maintaining the eye contact is normal and it's also have a kind of honesty feature - I don't know how else to say. Like as we look each other's eyes openly and not checking out each other in secretive way kind of thing. Of course you surely got more attention, but even if you were not black people would stare at you in this country. I have only realized this when I moved to UK. I even had a funny conversation with another Hungarian about "did you also realized that people do not look at each other in this country? why do you think that is?" and once I almost got into trouble for staring at someone.
I hear the hungarian accent :D
Hi, I enjoyed so much listing to this. I am brown woman so I can totally relate. I have lived in Budapest for more than 2 years and as a woman, brown, I completely agree on 100 % . 😃 I live now in Switzerland and I would say that here there is big difference, because people are very distant and cold, minding their own business so nobody cares.
Welcome to Hungary, I hope you enjoy your stay,and take care 3
Girl I loved listening to you talk. Such clarity and open mindedness! As a black girl preparing to move to Hungary, I'm so grateful for all the info you've shared. Keep it up!