The lady, who had a menu with no prices on, would choose the delicacies she fancied, perhaps with advice on the wine from her knowledgable gentleman friend, and HE would, of course, do the ordering.
Those were the days - it goes without saying that I could have done it by myself - but ah, the pleasure of having ones coat taken and hung up, ones chair pulled back and pushed in, the ordering and, last but not least, the paying, all done 'without my stir' ... Ok so I didn't mean like are we allowed to have sex or anything but when we had our first date we ended up holding hands and he said it was a bit much..doesnt do that And lets say I am very dominant and he says its being a gentlemen if he orders for me or holds the door open or walks on the side of the road where the cars came from but I am not used to so many rules in the UK..guess we go at it just as it is sorry... US term for a "born again Christian" and they are generally quite conservative... EDIT : or he's gay ( not there there is anything wrong with that..
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I am half swiss half UK (but I grew up in UK) so my standpoint are rather from a UK culture and I just experienced that US/UK is sooooooo different So get posting and help a lonely girl get her Man back ok... if he is trying to order for you, rather than suggesting "I've had this and it's fantastic here" just sounds controlling and is NOT an American trait.
lets start with "how far are you allowed to go on a first date" do you realllllly want to ask THAT here? __________________________________________________ _______________ now then.. In the good old days (in the UK) no lady was required to communicate with a waiter.
Each culture naturally does it a little differently. Even though both share the same language, there exist lots of cultural differences, which range from the types of food they eat (fast food vs.
Yet he means the world to me and I am thinking the best way of getting him back is to understand more about the American "dating,relationship" views and culture.
I don't want to be stalking him or being some crazy loony but just thought if I understood where he was coming from a bit more...maybe we stand a second chance. we have cultural differences and language issues but really what you describe seem to be more personality issues than anything inherent in culture.
Each culture has particular social habits and traditions.
This might trip you up when interacting with someone from another culture.
So if you don’t fancy dishing out on that, a roommate it is! The sports and general student facilities in America are generally top notch, unlike the sketchy sports and fitness centres you see in the UK.