Dating british guy
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Though I have to admit that it is factually correct – at least judging from my group of friends – the reasons he gave for why we’d rather be dating specimens from your side of the Channel couldn’t be further from the truth.
For a start, everything we do is apparently French, therefore charming.
Let’s just say that French men usually laugh at someone else’s expenses;5. The dating game Every month or so, one of my friends comes to cry on my shoulder because she fancies a British guy and he hasn’t made a move yet. When they make the cardinal mistake of trying to make the first move, the guys usually chicken out. I am American and have worked with both French and British men.
It keeps me busy for the whole day, trying to figure out what he means. It can be dry, sarcastic and at first it might not even sound funny, but I usually get it a bit later. Well, British guys aren’t, and my friends never seem to know where they stand. Given the countless heartbreaks this situation seems to have caused, I am therefore taking the liberty of giving some free advice to British guys out there: make a move now (especially if your first name starts with G. They never ever have a coat on, even during the cold British winter. It is a case of successful adaptation to adverse weather conditions; What are your views? It was only when I went to England that I was entertained to flirtatious badinage. I must be someone who attracts exceptions to the rule because my dearly beloved dislikes being snappily dressed and spends all his time in synthetic black tee shirts and easy-wash trousers. On the other hand, my eldest son is very smooth with girls and always has been. Well, they do say that opposites attract: maybe that explains the cross-Channel entente cordiale :-) According to my observations, I agree with most of your points except the dating game - I found English men just as forward and sleazy as I found French men, and Italian men, and a lot of men for that matter...maybe its me!
If we happen to be wearing some sort of lipstick and have a haircut that’s not basically shaved or ridiculously long, we’ll get compared to Amelie Poulain.
I had to give up having a shower in the morning because my (French) husband spends forever in the bathroom. Same goes for smoking: non-smoking French exes complained about feeling like they were kissing an ashtray but here, it’s just seen as a wonderful thing us people do, like eating croissants for every goddamn meal and having read all of Sartre from age seven.Another frankly outdated cliché playing in our favour is our apparent God-like knowledge of food and wine.Bear in mind that there are some differences in the English and American vocabulary.Words like 'pants' which actually only refer to underwear (rather than trousers) in England.