Dating german men in london
They don’t usually know how to walk up to strangers and start conversations as they haven’t witnessed it happening around them.
This may also be why they like getting drunk and partying…In America it’s more common to approach people randomly and also to talk about random things.
Below you will find some cultural differences that may pop up when and also some general advice on how to deal with cultural differences.
In America it’s common to walk up to someone and start talking randomly, in Germany less so.
My article is obviously very cliché, based only on my own experience.
I hope the readers, my German friends and colleagues will not take this article too seriously and take no offence but have a good laugh whilst reading my “sociological analysis” about the difficulties of dating a German man and its consequences!
Because of this you might find German men to be a bit shy as they are not as used to randomly talking to strangers.
However, it’s not so much about being shy as it’s about it simply not being a custom.
There are, of course, ways to navigate the waters, communication being the main one.Most German men appear to be timid and cold and won’t approach a female target unless they are in a group or tipsy.If he dares to invite you for a coffee, it will be booked well in advance because the German gentleman is busy.It’s not that the Germans don’t talk, but they tend to stick to themselves unless they are at a party or some other social gathering where the purpose is to meet new and old friends.
So if you spot a hot guy in the supermarket and want to make contact, you will most likely have to do the talking and he may even get confused as to why you are talking to him.I have however been facing unusual misunderstandings and disappointments when flirting with German men, likely due to cultural differences.