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If she's hungry, she won't care what you think of her eating preferences.European girl: She will most probably opt for something light, like a salad.When it comes to dating in London, for a women in her thirties, options are limited.Despite keeping myself in reasonably good shape, spending time and money on my appearance and limiting my booze intake to an amount society deems acceptable, when it comes to meeting hot men - it's slim pickings. Firstly, I have neither the time nor inclination to stand around in bars and pull, most men of an appropriate dating age are now either married or homosexual, and those who are not, are chasing skirt ten years younger than themselves, in the hope of bagging themselves some arm candy before, they too, are on the proverbial shelf.They are honest Whether it's because they've been brainwashed to play games or think it'll make you want them more, English blokes just love a game. Urgg, get over it - take a tip from an Italian, you had a good date and like a girl? Be open and spontaneous, far sexier than four months of cat and mouse. They are passionate Whilst I wouldn't recommend sex with a complete stranger within an hour of meeting them (well, not always anyway), a European man, most notably a Mediterranean one, doesn't think twice about diving in for a snog if he fancies you regardless of the amount of time he has known you.Similarly, if the evening is going well, they see no reason to end it." The answer to this question is always yes, says my friend who lives in Paris.
Religion is significantly less important to Europeans than to Americans. In France, only 14% consider religion very important.
Globally, there is a strong relationship between a country’s wealth and its level of religiosity. is a clear outlier to this pattern – a wealthy nation that is also relatively religious. think sex between unmarried adults is morally unacceptable, this is nonetheless significantly higher than what our 2013 poll found in Europe.
Nations with higher levels of gross domestic product per capita tend to have lower percentages saying religion is very important in their lives. Americans and Europeans don’t always agree on questions about morality, especially on issues related to sexuality. And while adultery is widely frowned upon in the EU – except, notably, in France – Americans are even more likely to say having an affair is morally unacceptable.
But the having and growing of children, gardens, libraries, and art collections seem to demand something more permanent than romantic love allows.
And now I, too, am beginning to wonder whether the European way isn't more pragmatic, more intelligent, finally more durable.
Americans and Europeans share many things: a commitment to fundamental democratic principles, a strategic alliance that has shaped the world order for more than half a century, and despite serious economic challenges in recent years, some of the highest living standards in the world.