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We will laugh at each other as we try and mimic each others accents, mostly it’s just me trying though.Chris is still far too embarrassed to really try to sound American!They feel like they should have control, because they’re more emasculated in other parts of their lives and, somehow, being in control at the beginning of the relationship makes them feel good.” Delly thinks they’re fussy, too. Sometimes you can just be or do ; you don’t need to validate every moment of your life.” She’s harsh, but: “I feel like,” said Andrew, “as much as Delly likes saying Americans are stupid and is always going on about British politics, she’ll always stop and say, ‘I love New York City, and London is kind of boring.’ As much as they want to put us down, they are in love with the city.” “All my British friends say, ‘I don’t really fancy American men,'” said Carolyn. I feel like I don’t really like American men, but I’ll keep trying.” But what about British men? “The thing that really annoys me is that no one’s allowed to have pubic hair. You can’t have hairy legs; you can’t have hairy armpits. No one seems to have pubic hair-they’re all obsessed with ripping it out! Can’t they score a simpatico pint-hoisting countryman at Soho House? They’re girls gone wild on permanent holiday-and the men of Manhattan are disappointing them, much as I’m sure I’m disappointing my … “So I’ve been here 10 months, and I’m still single.” Carolyn is stunning, blond, smart, fun. “I feel sort of like we’re living in the 1950’s-like I have to wait for some guy to ask for my number and call me, and I have to play my part in it.” It’s true about mating in London, seconded Delly, a wild-haired, sharp-eyed business manager who’s been in Manhattan now for two and a half years.“You get drunk and end up in bed with them, and end up with them for a couple of years.I laugh as I say that, I have honestly asked Chris to say “I love it when you scratch your butt” because with his accent, it’s still memorising.
I have been asked by my friends “What’s it like to date a British man?Drunken serial monogamy.” And it’s also true about the confounding rules by which Manhattan men date. I think that a woman with a European sensibility is frightening to them.For her first date in New York, “He phoned me up and said, ‘Would you like to come for coffee? '” That date “was a complete and utter disaster,” said Delly. “Actually,” she said, “there’s a disconnect between me and white straight American men. And it’s not like you can talk about sports or anything like that-because you have different sports!” It’s not a common coupling that you’ll see in my hometown.
I remind them that dating a Brit is no different than dating an American because you don’t experience extreme culture shock when visiting their country, and you can understand their language naturally without carrying a translation dictionary (although some people may beg to differ).But in my opinion there are some subtle differences that do stand out between British guys and American guys, everything is similar but yet also different.Most obviously their accent sets them apart from the American boys back home. Maybe it’s the movies we’ve watched growing up that portrayed princes and princesses with these accents that created this obsession, but there is something about a British accent that makes you feel like birds are singing in your ears.When he reads this, he’s certainly going to bristle at my use of the word “dating.” For all I can tell, he’ll take that broad American term as a grievous insult, and I’ll have been dumped by the afternoon.