“One thing they have going for them though is their accent. We don’t have to be always be dressed in our most fashionable and up-to-date clothing.
(They actually sound bloody fantastic when they curse.) It’s no secret that I adore British men (for example, Sir Paul Mc Cartney is my ideal boyfriend), and I’m clearly not alone. But what may surprise you is that are certain things British men adore about us, as well.
I asked some British guys who date American women what they love most about non-British ladies, and was, shall we say, chuffed, by their responses.
In fact, you’d back the Bud Light-chugging dickhead frat bro or leather jacket-wearing, smooth Ryan Gosling type to get the girl over a stammering, skittish limey…wouldn’t you? In England I saw more emphasis on being the top dog than being suave.
We asked American men whether they think they have better game than their counterparts over the pond. “In America they’re a novelty and the accent attracts. So I danced and it was ridiculous.” “I think the difference is crucial.
“The British guys from St Andrews are very loud generally, also very wealthy.
The number one way to the heart is a nice meal and some champagne.” “So, in general, southern American men view British men as frail and feminine.
So when Date British approached me about writing this post, I said, absolutely.
It’s hard to resist a British man; they seem so utterly charming no matter what, even if they’re cursing.
She realizes you’re looking, composes herself, and drawls that fateful phrase: It never actually happens though does it?