Being an American, she has unique experience of successful dating and communicating with a German.
They are not conditioned to flirt with women randomly and tend to be quite rigid.
My article is obviously very cliché, based only on my own experience.
I hope the readers, my German friends and colleagues will not take this article too seriously and take no offence but have a good laugh whilst reading my “sociological analysis” about the difficulties of dating a German man and its consequences!
Most German men appear to be timid and cold and won’t approach a female target unless they are in a group or tipsy.
If he dares to invite you for a coffee, it will be booked well in advance because the German gentleman is busy.
“Shit” I mumble, there goes my freeze frame, music video entrance. I constantly put myself out there only to meet guys like Franz, Hanz, and Shmanz. Questions run through my head like, am I not pretty enough? But there is something unsatisfying about placing ALL of the blame on the other person. Bryce's aim is to do to luxury what Elton John did to being gay.
It seems to me that dating a German guy is a complicated and long process as is memorizing the word "Geschlechtsverkehr", which basically means "sex".
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