If you’re not okay with watching Finding Nemo for the third time this month — because that’s the only film that makes her feel better — then keep walking.
The English language has tonnes of idioms and slang that differentiate between different regions and other English-speaking countries.
“Dating someone from another country can be quite a challenge when you live abroad, especially if you aren't familiar with the culture, the habits and the language,” Jessica Dreyer, who runs the matchmaking service US Love Wiesbaden, tells The Local.
“In my position as an American-German matchmaker in Germany, I know about Americans' questions and insecurities over dating a local, but I also register the huge interest in finding a local sweetheart." SEE ALSO: 10 beautiful ways to express your love in German Dreyer put her head together with members of her dating service to come up with the most important reasons to date a German, and some tips on how to deal with the cultural differences.
After consulting with her German clients, she came up with some sound advice on finding Teutonic love.Don't take this for a lack of interest, it's just the way we are - a little reserved.But once we get to know you and we like you or, even better, we fall in love with you, we open up a lot. If you meet the friends, you're on the right track You are heading the right way if your date asks you to join them to spend time with friends at someone's house.If we have to come home every day only to find that you’re miserable because you have a job that you hate, but can’t actually be bothered to do anything about it, then we’re not going to let up until you leave it.If you can’t handle that, then a British girl isn’t for you. So be prepared to hold our hair and bring us water.