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Hi, I'm writing to ask a generalized question in hoping to get brutal, honest answers.
The American men I've dated were (coincidentally) all from DC.
Most importantly of all, the show teaches us that dating can be hard for just about everyone.
The night I met George, the epitome of a charming Englishman, I was immediately drawn to him. After a long night out wandering the city with George, he put me into a cab. It hadn't even crossed my mind, but after the aloof coolness of the hipsters who populated my alma mater, Englishmen—with their jokes and their endearing awkwardness and their humor—were a welcome change.
Even though he wasn't stereotypically handsome, he was delightful and quick to make fun of himself—and to tease me: the typical American. When I wrote my college friend Rachel about George, she wrote back: What is with you and English guys?
”As far as he was concerned when someone you consider to be your girlfriend says that, there is only one more level. In the US there are tons of unwritten rules about how you’re supposed to behave, when you call, who pays for what, how many people you may be seeing at any given time, how many people you may be sleeping with at any given time, when you are “dating” and when you’re girlfriend/boyfriend.
In the UK, people tend to muddle through haphazardly much more.