Sure, they will go out for dinner and do fun activities, but it’s not packaged up in a formal and contrived manner. It’s more organic and instead of defining the relationship in order to know how to act, they let the relationship unfold and the label of boyfriend/girlfriend just naturally develops in the process. European men are comfortable with women, which leads to respect for women.
Perhaps this has to do with their upbringing, where it’s very normal for boys and girls to play and intermingle together.
A few days ago, as an American friend of mine was telling me all about her new boyfriend and how he had asked her out with flowers, I realized how different courtship and dating is for teens in France and the US. Americans go on formal dates; we keep things secret. The word “date” has no equivalent in French, and it’s simply because we don’t go on them.
Americans only say “I love you” after months of dating. You might wonder how people get to know each other then.
My dating knowledge may be a tad bit dated but, hey, love is eternal and can even last the whole nine innings. First movers advantage: knock Americans right out of the ball park with frequent use of sports metaphors.
If you just met at a party, well, you kiss, and things evolve naturally.
There are plenty of compelling reasons to seek an American sweetheart. When I was scouring the matrimonials for a green card holder, I found out that being fair (lovely appeared to be unnecessary) is a highly desirable quality in a potential mate.
We know their stock is low right now, but let’s be honest -- Indians love a good bargain. For Indians, especially those 'incredibly attractive, gracious and social brown-skinned creatures who dominate the campuses of Harvard, Columbia or Stanford,' coming in third really irks us. In fact, Americans perform really well overall on the Indian marital checklist.
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