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UK daters want to relax at home on a Saturday night, and are more willing to meet in person right away than US daters, which suggests we trust our instincts and don't like to waste too much time with all that online back-and-forth.We're also more willing to date outside our preferred body type. Of course, courtship rituals differ across the world, in China the women don't so much flirt as “Sajiao” ("unleash coquettishness") which signals a man should treat her like a princess if he is hoping to date her.Think of this as a call-to-action for American males who are losing out on amazing women, and who might not even realize it.Sure, our countrymen can’t beat the sultry Europeans in the exotic accent category (unless you factor in the Boston accent, which I consider both sexy AND exotic), but they do have plenty of other assets— fluent English is an excellent start — to appeal to the well-traveled ladies of the world. In our über-global society, we all know that it’s easier than ever to connect with people from almost every country imaginable. That subtle level of communication is the key to connecting with anyone. Yeah, we know your golf game was unreal last weekend, but imagine someone of the opposite sex asking you that question.Another time, I received a phone call from an acquaintance that, straightforwardly and sans awkwardness, asked me to have a drink with him that night.I wish these situations weren’t so surprising, but I think it’s indicative of the digitally-focused American culture in which the vague “So what are you doing later…? I’m determined to bring this kind of directness back to the States!
On the back of every pub toilet door (and believe me, I spend a lot of time in pub toilets) there seems to be a flyer for their 4th of July piss-up.What cemented my feelings on having the YOLO mentality while spitting some game (for both guys and girls) was an encounter I recently had with a cute -- not creepy -- guy from South Africa (not Europe, I know, but it counts) who I met on my way home from a bar crawl.He politely — and slightly tipsily — told me I was beautiful and asked if he could sit next to me. I Love You" and didn’t want to ruin the moment, so I declined when he asked for my number.So what does the UK dating scene have going for it, according to this research?
It seems to me that we're a lot more down-to-earth, for a start.
Hollywood would have us believe that they are romantic, misunderstood and - even if we leave them for another man - likely to move to Tennessee and build us a house on a lake with blue shutters and await our return.