That explains why one of my good friends is having such a rough time navigating the dating scene in San Francisco—an ultraliberal city with super independent women.(I’ve lived there for many years and never plan to return.)For a while, he was going out with a 33-year-old woman.Things didn’t work out because she suddenly decided to “start her life over” and move to Europe.Then he began going out with a 37-year-old Americanized Russian woman.I mean I wouldn’t know I’ve never been on one — hi, mom — but these five young people below have, and they've lived to tell the tales."My first boyfriend was an all-American guy — think red meat, hunting, and football.Cue me, a little vegetarian hijabi entering his life.
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He comes from a similar tech background that I do, but said goodbye to that horrible Corporate America life and has lived abroad for quite a few years now.
I was parsing through some of his posts the other night, and ran across one titled ‘Why American Dating Is Nothing More Than A Frustrating Exercise In Futility‘, which really struck home after my recent experiences in Colombia.
I'm an 18 almost 19 year old girl, and am thinking about traveling across Country someday, and I was just really curious on what opinions British guys have about Americans, and whether they would be opposed to dating them or not.
I really love world culture and anything of that nature, and I definitely wouldn't mind dating someone from a different Country if I ever got the chance to. I'm more to myself most of the time (Not standoffish, I'm just really shy, so it's hard for me to strike up a conversation easily) It'd be really nice to hear on what British guys think of dating Americans or just what they think of them in general.