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So I'm an American 23 year old lady and I was just accepted into a few postgrad programs so it looks like I'll be living in the UK next year.
I read an interesting piece by June Sarpong a few months ago and I agreed on everything she said.
Everytime I go to the States I feel so loved, men holler at me to say have a good day, they be calling me chocolate lol, open doors for me, the attention is over whelming but nice (I'm just keeping it real).
But then again, Americans tend to dress up less often and like wearing their sneakers and sweatpants everywhere without ever being judged, a level of a relaxed attitude I would sometimes like to see in my own country.
But aside from visual aspects, girls in the States expect to live their lives like Barbie in her dreamhouse, with her super-manly successful boyfriend. But while these expectations are high, I often find that putting guys on a pedestal and doing anything in order to get their attention is a big part of getting to this ultimate goal.
Whilst some if not most UK men are slightly insecure, more reserved and have a fear of rejection.
I'm not trying to generalise I'm just going on my own experiences.
Abusive messages to the cultural norms and beliefs.
Women just adore their cute accent, exotic customs, polite behavior, and their notoriety for making even the blandest remarks sound like brilliant witticisms. Here are some tips that might help you when going out with a British man.
Anyone who has spent some time in the States will agree with me on this.