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European dating culture

If they are in fact open, we really don't want to know about it.

I am a bonder, a marrier, who marries for love against all reason and who stays as long as love lasts.

If she likes you, she can totally say something like, "I really like you, you're a lot of fun."European girl: A European girl prefers to be mysterious and not talk about the way she feels about you. American girl: She doesn't mind a few glasses of wine that can potentially turn into tequila shots and sake bombs. Getting tipsy at a date makes everything so much more exciting.

American girl: If she likes you, she'll probably make out with you at the end of the night.

Europeans know that the two are by nature polar opposites.

Romantic love thrives on differences: She speaks Japanese; he only speaks Amurrican. Romantic love takes two unlikely people and brings them together despite the odds; married love takes two likely people and keeps them together against the odds.

The American "system (if we may call it anything so formal as that) is the romantic's way and the European is the classicist's.

The roar of outrage that greeted Shere Hite's assertion that 70 percent of American wives married more than five years are unfaithful just goes to show how against American values this notion of "open" marriage is: Americans idealistically imagine their marriages closed.

It's your first date, she's not comfortable with you coming to pick her up.