American girl dating english boy
If you can promise regular trips to the States etc, your position in the dating game becomes much stronger. Of course, when it comes down to it having an attraction and liking the person's personality will probably trump everything.
But I'm glad to see that it definitely isn't a negative for some people.
If you hold an opinion I strongly disagree with that you can't justify or I can't see why you might hold that opinion then I'm unlikely to like you but that's fine because we do that to everyone.
There are obviously some negative stereotypes about Americans but we don't really let that affect our opinions of the people we meet.
By that, I mean that when you go to speak to them, they are often very receptive and eager to engage in conversation.
A lot of British girls seem to be slightly more shy and occupy this odd position where they expect men to make the first move yet become horrified when a man, who does not fit their very particular ideals, approaches them.
Sexy accents, similar taste in humour, outspoken but not obnoxiously, less socially awkward and very friendly.
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.So, for me, I like British people better (and British society) in general.I'm from a small-ish town and everyone I knew growing up was one of those kind of scary religious farmer types...a bad sense of humor.I'm sure you can understand there are certain aspects of your society that we hear about disagree with or find offensive.
TL; DR If I met a nice American girl, it wouldn't matter where she was from. Of course, when it comes down to it having an attraction and liking the person's personality will probably trump everything.So I guess it's fair to say, yeah I'd like to date one and I love the culture. 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.