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American girl raving about European men being better!

Postby Winston » Sun Jan 09, 2011 11:13 am

Check this out. This American girl who went to Europe wrote this piece about how much better the men there were. She's like a female equivalent of us. lol

http://www.theonion.com/articles/europe ... ric,11552/

European Men Are So Much More Romantic Than American Men
By Alyssa Lerner, Junior, Boston University

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I just got back from a semester abroad in Europe, and let me tell you, it truly was the most magical, amazing experience of my entire life. The French countryside was like something out of a storybook, the Roman ruins were magnificent, and the men, well, European men are by far the most romantic in the world.

You American men all think you're so suave and sophisticated. Well, think again! European men make you look like the immature, inexperienced little children you are. They really know how to make a woman feel special over there. Unlike the so-called men here in the States, European men know how to treat a woman right.

For one thing, European men aren't afraid to come up and talk to you. And they know how to start slow, with a nice cup of Italian espresso or a long walk on some historic street. They know the places you can't find in any tourist guide. They know the whole history of the cities in which they live—who the fountains are named after, who the statues are.

I remember one unforgettable night in Athens, I sat and listened to a Greek sailor for hours as he told me about the countless men who fought over Helen back in ancient times. Afterward, he told me he loved his homeland even more now that he'd seen it through my eyes. I ask you, would an American man ever say something as deep and beautiful as that?

European men know the most romantic little cafés and bistros and trattorias, candlelit places where you can be alone and drink the most fantastic wine. They tell you what's on the menu and what you should try. (If it wasn't for a certain young man in Milan, I never would have discovered fusilli a spinaci et scampi.) And the whole time, they're looking deep into your eyes, like you're the only woman on the entire planet. What woman could resist a man like that? Then, after a moonlit stroll along the waterfront and a kiss in the doorway of their artist's loft, you find yourself unable to—well, I'll leave the rest to your imagination.

I'll never forget my magical semester abroad. One thing's for sure—I'm ruined for American men forever!


Below her article, some Italian guy raved about how easy American girls were in Europe! That's sick. Are there really Euro guys who have a fetish for seducing American chicks?

American Women Studying In Europe Are Unbelievably Easy
By Giovanni Di Salvi

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I'm a 25-year-old carpenter living in Rome, and I don't mind telling you that I get all the action I can handle. I'm not all that handsome or well-dressed, and I'm certainly not rich. In fact, my Italian countrywomen could take me or leave me. But that's just fine, because Rome gets loads of tourist traffic, and American co-eds traveling through Europe are without a doubt the easiest lays in the world.

Being European gives me a hell of an advantage. I'm not sure why, but there's something about the accent that opens a lot of doors. All you have to do is go up to them, act a little shy and say, "Whould hyou like to go with me, Signorina, for a café?" I actually have to thicken up my accent a little, but they never, ever catch on.

After a cheap coffee, which to them always tastes better than anything they've ever had, because they're in Europe, it's time to walk them. Now, all they know about Rome is what they've read in Let's Go, so you can pretty much just make up a whole bunch of shit. It's fun to see how much they'll swallow: As long as I refer to Italy as "my homeland" and other Italians as "my people," they'll believe pretty much anything. I don't know who most of the local statues are, so I tell the muffins they're all great artists and poets and lovers. Once, just for the hell of it, I told a psychology major from the University of Maryland that a public staircase was part of the Spanish Steps, which she'd never even heard of. Another time, I told this blonde from Michigan State that the public library was the Parthenon, and she cooed like I'd just given her a diamond.

For dinner, I usually take them to some cheap little hole in the wall, someplace deserted where not even the cops eat. American girls think candlelight means "romance," not "deteriorating public utilities," so they just poke their nipples through their J. Crew sweaters and never notice that there's no electricity. Just as well, because Roman restaurants aren't exactly the cleanest. After a bunch of fast-talk about the menu, I get them the special, which is usually some anonymous pasta with spinach and day-old shrimp, and whatever cheap, generic, Pope's-blood chianti's at the bottom of the list.

By this time, they're usually standing in a slippery little puddle. Going in for the kill, I walk them past one of Rome's famous 2,000-year-old open cesspools. Then, as we open the door to my shitty efficiency, I kiss them on the eyelids so they don't see the roaches, making sure the first thing they see is the strategically positioned artist's easel I bought at some church sale. That's usually all they need to see and, like clockwork, they fall backwards on my bed with their Birkenstocks in the air.

I mean, they're hardly Italian women, but we have a saying here in Europe: Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?
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Postby Mr S » Sun Jan 09, 2011 12:55 pm

Ha, ha both articles sum up American women and their idiocy quite nicely. I'd try the same if I could get away with it. I've alway known American women put out like sluts once they are away from where they live cause they think no one can know what they are doing. That's why spring break is so popular cause that's when American women will generally act like women and put out since they are away from home.

Oh, wait a minute, I just looked at the link. IT's from the Onion! That's a spoof news website. That's why its so close to the truth because its parody. Good writers there, ha ha.
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Postby Winston » Sun Jan 09, 2011 3:41 pm

You mean the Onion news isn't real? It's fictional? I didn't know that. So people just read it for kicks? It doesn't have any credibility?
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Postby Fenix » Sun Jan 09, 2011 3:44 pm

The Onion is satirical in nature.
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Postby momopi » Sun Jan 09, 2011 5:49 pm

Winston wrote:You mean the Onion news isn't real? It's fictional? I didn't know that. So people just read it for kicks? It doesn't have any credibility?


http://www.theonion.com/video/oprah-inv ... ied,18443/

http://www.theonion.com/video/chinese-g ... ost,18551/

http://www.theonion.com/video/bird-hunt ... ing,18345/
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Postby onezero4u » Sun Jan 09, 2011 6:02 pm

the onion is pretty good...about as accurate as Jon stewart is actual news...but 50% of college kids think the daily show is really factual news.

go figure

btw: the AW whoring in Europe and the italian pickup artist comments are spot on.
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Postby Think Different » Sun Jan 09, 2011 8:43 pm

The Onion is a very clever local paper in my hometown of Denver. You can pick it up here on the street for free. They support their satirical fun via ads in their print edition of the paper. Lot of truth in the two articles, there, though Winston!
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Postby odbo » Sat Jan 22, 2011 3:58 am

the onion, more truth than the news at least

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Re: American girl raving about European men being better!

Postby Rock » Sat Jan 22, 2011 6:27 am

Winston wrote:Check this out. This American girl who went to Europe wrote this piece about how much better the men there were. She's like a female equivalent of us. lol

http://www.theonion.com/articles/europe ... ric,11552/

European Men Are So Much More Romantic Than American Men
By Alyssa Lerner, Junior, Boston University

Image

I just got back from a semester abroad in Europe, and let me tell you, it truly was the most magical, amazing experience of my entire life. The French countryside was like something out of a storybook, the Roman ruins were magnificent, and the men, well, European men are by far the most romantic in the world.

You American men all think you're so suave and sophisticated. Well, think again! European men make you look like the immature, inexperienced little children you are. They really know how to make a woman feel special over there. Unlike the so-called men here in the States, European men know how to treat a woman right.

For one thing, European men aren't afraid to come up and talk to you. And they know how to start slow, with a nice cup of Italian espresso or a long walk on some historic street. They know the places you can't find in any tourist guide. They know the whole history of the cities in which they live—who the fountains are named after, who the statues are.

I remember one unforgettable night in Athens, I sat and listened to a Greek sailor for hours as he told me about the countless men who fought over Helen back in ancient times. Afterward, he told me he loved his homeland even more now that he'd seen it through my eyes. I ask you, would an American man ever say something as deep and beautiful as that?

European men know the most romantic little cafés and bistros and trattorias, candlelit places where you can be alone and drink the most fantastic wine. They tell you what's on the menu and what you should try. (If it wasn't for a certain young man in Milan, I never would have discovered fusilli a spinaci et scampi.) And the whole time, they're looking deep into your eyes, like you're the only woman on the entire planet. What woman could resist a man like that? Then, after a moonlit stroll along the waterfront and a kiss in the doorway of their artist's loft, you find yourself unable to—well, I'll leave the rest to your imagination.

I'll never forget my magical semester abroad. One thing's for sure—I'm ruined for American men forever!


Below her article, some Italian guy raved about how easy American girls were in Europe! That's sick. Are there really Euro guys who have a fetish for seducing American chicks?

American Women Studying In Europe Are Unbelievably Easy
By Giovanni Di Salvi

Image

I'm a 25-year-old carpenter living in Rome, and I don't mind telling you that I get all the action I can handle. I'm not all that handsome or well-dressed, and I'm certainly not rich. In fact, my Italian countrywomen could take me or leave me. But that's just fine, because Rome gets loads of tourist traffic, and American co-eds traveling through Europe are without a doubt the easiest lays in the world.

Being European gives me a hell of an advantage. I'm not sure why, but there's something about the accent that opens a lot of doors. All you have to do is go up to them, act a little shy and say, "Whould hyou like to go with me, Signorina, for a café?" I actually have to thicken up my accent a little, but they never, ever catch on.

After a cheap coffee, which to them always tastes better than anything they've ever had, because they're in Europe, it's time to walk them. Now, all they know about Rome is what they've read in Let's Go, so you can pretty much just make up a whole bunch of shit. It's fun to see how much they'll swallow: As long as I refer to Italy as "my homeland" and other Italians as "my people," they'll believe pretty much anything. I don't know who most of the local statues are, so I tell the muffins they're all great artists and poets and lovers. Once, just for the hell of it, I told a psychology major from the University of Maryland that a public staircase was part of the Spanish Steps, which she'd never even heard of. Another time, I told this blonde from Michigan State that the public library was the Parthenon, and she cooed like I'd just given her a diamond.

For dinner, I usually take them to some cheap little hole in the wall, someplace deserted where not even the cops eat. American girls think candlelight means "romance," not "deteriorating public utilities," so they just poke their nipples through their J. Crew sweaters and never notice that there's no electricity. Just as well, because Roman restaurants aren't exactly the cleanest. After a bunch of fast-talk about the menu, I get them the special, which is usually some anonymous pasta with spinach and day-old shrimp, and whatever cheap, generic, Pope's-blood chianti's at the bottom of the list.

By this time, they're usually standing in a slippery little puddle. Going in for the kill, I walk them past one of Rome's famous 2,000-year-old open cesspools. Then, as we open the door to my shitty efficiency, I kiss them on the eyelids so they don't see the roaches, making sure the first thing they see is the strategically positioned artist's easel I bought at some church sale. That's usually all they need to see and, like clockwork, they fall backwards on my bed with their Birkenstocks in the air.

I mean, they're hardly Italian women, but we have a saying here in Europe: Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?


First time I heard this piece was from David DeAngelo of the PU community. He used it in his first ever seminar (I didn't go but heard a recording of it from a friend's CD). Its dated but still funny.
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Postby MrPeabody » Sat Jan 22, 2011 6:56 pm

The Onion is pure fictional satire, but they made the story sound similar to some of the PUA BS I have read. The author probably wrote it to be satirical of naive American women in a foreign country, but it could be equally used as a satire of some PUA tall tales.
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Postby Rock » Sat Jan 22, 2011 7:08 pm

MrPeabody wrote:The Onion is pure fictional satire, but they made the story sound similar to some of the PUA BS I have read. The author probably wrote it to be satirical of naive American women in a foreign country, but it could be equally used as a satire of some PUA tall tales.


Actually, DeAngelo was using the story (which he admitted was fiction) to illustrate the concept of framing if I remember right. The second version got a lot of loud laughter from the seminar participants.
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