European men dating
A friend of mine, a fellow European, summarized how relationships on opposite sides of the Atlantic Ocean work in a comical, but also pretty accurate way: “In America, the girl is Barbie and the guy is Ken.In Europe both are both.” So how does this actually apply to the way relationships differ from each other in two continents whose inhabitants once belonged to the same culture?From my experience at an American university, I understand that dating in the U. is a lot more spontaneous and relies a lot less on checking every detail about the other person.Love is found, and dismissed, very casually and almost according to the preferences of the particular day.Being a foreigner, everything is new and I think everything is awesome.
A guy I met once and had a beautiful romantic weekend with months ago messages me every once in a while to tell me my blog is hilarious and that he’s thinking of me when he’s masturbating (Hey you!
Evidently, compared to European women, we’re sex goddesses from their wildest fantasies.
So on top of the fact that they don’t feel entitled to sex, they’re downright grateful and complimentary after they get it.
This is nice, not only because of my feminist leanings, but because I’m basically useless in the kitchen.
So being asked to cook is not only offensive, it’s also confusing. I haven’t gotten a single dick pic since I’ve been here, but I get pictures of dinner all the time. And like their dates, homemade meals are an elaborate affair and made lovingly from scratch. Sex in Europe is amazing, but not exactly for the reason you’d expect. But I’m Hispanic; I only ever have sex that’s passionate and intense.