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The American (who is married to an Englishman, of course) conducted a study comparing the flirting behaviors of New Yorkers and Londoners and concluded that of the four demographics (English men, English women, American women, and American men), English men are, by far, the most afraid of rejection.
This would seem like a setback for the men—but not if you happen to be courting an American woman who hears Mr. Photo: Getty Images Anglo-American couple Englishman Ben and American Becca Elman noticed that at their wedding, they weren't the only ones hooking up: Seven of Ben's mates got together with Becca's female friends.
I love our French men as long as I do not have to date them." "I don't have tons of experience with Americans, but the ones I have dated tend to be much more open about how they are feeling and what they want, which makes it easier to date. A certain degree of selfishness is essential for a well-working relationship and New Yorkers seem to have that built into their DNA." "As a general rule, Americans are not going to beat around the bush.
When they feel something, they will tell you -- whether it's that they like, want, or don't like or want something.
This frequent phenomenon, paired with the romantically timid disposition of many English men, works wonders.
"Most British men are terrified of rejection," said Jean Smith, a cultural anthropologist living in London.
Related: Jennifer, 29, an American married to a Londoner, thinks a lot of the initial attraction to Englishmen boils down to the persuasive power of romantic comedies starring Hugh Grant and the irresistible, charming English human weapon known as Jude Law."It's definitely those English romances that make British guys seem so attractive, funny, witty, and proper," she said.
American women will dress sexy, flirt, and be assertive when they like a guy. ), it’s true to say that many British men have a sweet tooth.A love of unhealthy (and sometimes weird looking and tasting) candy is often lifelong, and my desire for imported and expensive Yorkie bars, or bringing home bags of bananas, shrimps and other “penny sweets” from vacation trips home never fails to raise confused eyebrows. Sporting Behavior For a while in the 1980s, all many of you saw of British men was their tendency to turn soccer games into riots.Rules, regulations and expensive game tickets changed all that, so you can be sure that every British man watching Fox Sports won’t turn into a baying gorilla as soon as he sees a soccer ball.Also, many British men love cricket — a complicated game full of rules that looks like a bit like baseball and has some of the same principles — though everyone plays in matching white uniforms and the games last many hours, even days. Despite any talk of today’s Britain being a “classless society,” distinctions and differences assumed about someone’s background, education, job, and bank balance still cloud many people’s judgment there.