I enjoy holding hands, cuddling and feels that romance, I am sociable and have a simply out look on life.
I enjoy intellectual conversations, communicative, consider myself brave and decisive lady.
Our relationship is strong, and filled with lots of humour.
We love each other no differently than if we were from the same country.
" Baffled and lonely in my adopted country, I came up with the following possible theories as to why English blokes showed so little love: a) many went to boarding school at an early age, thus forfeiting essential affection from their mothers, leaving them all but incapable of intimacy with women; b) many drink too much, leaving them all but incapable of intimacy with women; c) they are repressed homosexuals; d) they simply don't like women.
A recent international study proves that I was on to something - particularly with theory d.
At the very bottom of the list were "male-dominated" countries, such as Indonesia and Japan.
She was young and attractive and, judging from her body language, unmistakably British.To read more about our our story and how we met, check out this article.I have been asked by my friends “What’s it like to date a British man?They are averse to dating (in the typical sense, anyway) and often seem more frightened by the opposite sex than attracted to it. I could no more afford Jimmy Choos than a first-class flight to the Moon.And I soon tired of being courted by men whose idea of wooing a girl was texting a message such as: "U up 4 pints 2 nite in W11?