From Ireland and France to those hailing from Austria and Germany—each shared with me what they love about American women.
Of course, these are generalizations, based only on a handful of experiences, but what they said might make you blush, nonetheless.
They are fun and don't take themselves too seriously.
You can joke and laugh with them.” Hailing from England, Ryan shares, “My wife is from Philadelphia and she has a real ' Philly' attitude.
We were put together on the same tour to explore the country.
After interviewing eleven European men who are married or dating an American woman, turns out, there isn't just one particular thing, but several.My wife is always making new friends and we have a large circle of international friends who live here and in other countries.” Whether they live in the States or abroad, these men were impressed with how the American women in their lives were inclusive and accepting of people from all backgrounds.“Many American women are bold and adventurous.They like to try new things, foods, and are interested to learn more about foreigners.“I like that American women usually are more open-minded to different themes of conversation,” shares Karolis from Lithuania.Arnold was traveling on the trans-Siberian railroad from St.She's usually louder than me and always the life of the party.”The three men I interviewed from the UK had a different perspective on the generalities of female American humor, however.“American women (and American people in general) seem to take themselves a lot more seriously than the British do.They’re less likely to see the funny side of bad situations or see the funny side of making fun of other people.”That said, it just might be impossible to compete with sharp, iconic, quirky British humor of our British sisters.The United States is often referred to as a melting pot, known as a place where people flock to from all over the world for a different life.If you ask a European what their heritage is, you'll likely get one answer. [For instance], you'll quickly learn that they are 45 percent French-Canadian, 30 percent Danish, 15 percent Polish, and maybe 10 percent South African.It's fascinating to me to learn about the different parts of the world that are all part of the genealogy of one single person.