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Repatriate
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Post by Repatriate » July 26th, 2013, 9:09 pm

Winston wrote:I don't know why English women are lumped in with American women. English women seem far more friendly, relaxed and down to earth, even if they're not easy to pick up.


Here's the thing about Brits in general..they seem logical, sensible, and even slightly self deprecating but they are actually an emotionally cold and arrogant people. British women i've seen have the same sort of crazy expectations as American women but they just rationalize it better. It's not different at all and becomes really apparent if you've been around them for a length of time.

Mitchell is talking to a UK woman and an Irish woman, and he said that they are very different than American women and far easier to talk to.

They are a bit more intelligent about not wearing their emotional dysfunction on their sleeves like American women do but it's still there.

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Post by Dark_Sol » July 26th, 2013, 9:18 pm

Winston wrote:I don't know why English women are lumped in with American women. English women seem far more friendly, relaxed and down to earth, even if they're not easy to pick up.

Mitchell is talking to a UK woman and an Irish woman, and he said that they are very different than American women and far easier to talk to.
It's a trap!

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Post by Johnny1975 » July 26th, 2013, 11:09 pm

Repatriate wrote:They are a bit more intelligent about not wearing their emotional dysfunction on their sleeves like American women do but it's still there.


Beautifully put. Actually I don't think they're that intelligent but your point still stands.

In the US, things are more obvious. They're not good at hiding their dysfunctions are bad attitude. In that sense, I've always considered them very european (insofar as being open - but not about the same things or in the same sense). As a fu cked up place, Britain is seriously underrated and overlooked. It makes me want to puke whenever foreigners say how friendly it is here. I'm a foreigner myself and my eyes have always been open.

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Post by aozora13 » July 27th, 2013, 12:03 am

Dark_Sol wrote:
Winston wrote:I don't know why English women are lumped in with American women. English women seem far more friendly, relaxed and down to earth, even if they're not easy to pick up.

Mitchell is talking to a UK woman and an Irish woman, and he said that they are very different than American women and far easier to talk to.
It's a trap!


+1

If you are non-white and not South Asian, you can probably get a British, Welsh and/or an Irish woman. However, you would most likely get her bad habits which I have seen while in even in another European country meeting a British woman.

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Re: English Women?

Post by Renata » July 31st, 2013, 11:21 pm

curious1234 wrote:
1. On summer friday evenings when the pub was full and there were lines for the womens toilets the women would drop their pants and pee in the beer garden. No. That is NOT a joke. They would justify this by saying that "men pee in the beer garden too." Only problem was? I went to this local MANY times and NEVER saw a man pee in the beer garden. Must have seen 20 or 30 women do it though. (Funnily enough I saw a woman peeing in the doorway of a supermarket late at night recently in Germany...that was a bit of a surprise for BOTH of us! LOL!!)


True, what about British women dropping their knickers right in the middle of the street and peeing? That happens, too.


Those Brtis must have been what the high society Brits call Chavs; the low-class rough Brits. If I go to a pub/restaurant & I see someone peeing I wouldn't go back there, especially to eat'. 20 or 30 women you saw peeing PAN & you still went back there to eat over & over :?

I was in the Uk from 2004-2006 & I never saw anyone peeing anywhere maybe because I never went to the local pubs. I don't drink & I don't like being around people that do drink. I had a great time, met lots of British women & men that carried themselves with grace & class. Met so many people from around the world too. British guys are such gentlemen I liked the UK just because of them, I like the way I got treated. Whether it was helping me with bags & luggage up & down stairs in the train station, holding doors open, giving up their seats, saving me from rain :oops: they're just wonderful. My experience there was grand I even went to royal ascot. :P
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