Difference between french and american dating
What this means for you: I mentioned before that French people don’t generally have “the talk” where the prospective couple decides if they want to be exclusive, so how do you know if you and your Parisian paramour are BF and GF? This doesn’t really happen in French dating culture.If, during your courtship, you kiss on the lips it’s taken as a non-verbal agreement that you’re attracted to each other and are in a relationship.It may seem a difficult point to grasp, but I found there is a wider "lost in translation" gap with an american girl and a girl from anywhere else.
Their dates aren’t always one-on-one; expect a good amount of those calls I mentioned (especially at first) to include the company of some friends. In the UK and US it’s not uncommon to date a couple of people at the same time and get to know them before you decide if you want to pursue a serious relationship with one of them and get rid of the rest. During this “get to know you” period, you may kiss one or more of your suitors just to test the waters or move things past the “just friends” label.It's a large generalization, but it may help you understand the situation when you will ask yourself "WTH did she do/say that ?!?"The other big difference I think between any european girl and american girl the "dating" stuff.Personally I prefer American Women :)Coming from a man who's been in both places for years, there is no difference between them, except that you've the chance to see a much higher percent of skinny women in Europe, than in USA. Here in the US, and I'm speaking very generally here, we just assume people are free to date around until otherwise discussed.In my experience, it's a matter of not getting too involved with one person only to find out they're not on the same page as you, and not making any unnecessary assumptions.