Difference american european dating

19 May

Here is a summary of my observations on the differences between Europeans and Americans (USA).

These are of course the major trends, and exception exit everywhere.

That's one reason why they're unapproachable, for to them, being approached or “hit on” is a threat to their power and upperhand.

And for me, that puts me between “a rock and a hard place”, because if I approach American girls I want and “go for it” then I am a creep or , but if I don’t, then they never approach me either, so either way I lose.

Americans and Europeans share many things: a commitment to fundamental democratic principles, a strategic alliance that has shaped the world order for more than half a century, and despite serious economic challenges in recent years, some of the highest living standards in the world.

Still, there are notable differences across the Atlantic.

Yet, even in the most beautiful city in the world, during the most beautiful time of year, romance does not always come easily. And why in God’s name would the waiter be telling us this? We threw our gelato away, too cold to eat on this Eskimo-style date.

Checking the weather before leaving my apartment wouldn’t have been the worst idea either.

For a European "ancient" refers to something that is typically 2,000 to 5,000 years old (related to the Antiquity, not antiques ! This is due to the much higher density of population in Europe, and the smaller size of Europe (believe it or not the EU is over twice smaller than the USA). Europe, the Americas, Australia and New Zealand) could be considered as a single "Western civilisation".'Westernness' could be defined by people who are ethnically or culturally European, in other words people of European descent or speaking a European language as their mother-tongue.Irish and Polish people, for instance, tend to be closer to the American mainstream than to some of their fellow Europeans.Canadians are somewhere in between, sometimes more European, but often closer to their southern neighbours. A 100-year old house or church is considered new by Europeans, but old by Americans.