When I was seeing an American girl (or should that be dating? Devoid of an array of sports and instruments, I realised I was nowhere near as talented.
But where we love their accents and quirks, they love ours.
I’ve been struck very recently by the charm of an Englishman, and if any of you have had the pleasure of meeting one, I’m sure you’ll agree with me that they’re different from our American counterparts. It mean something quite different from our use of cunt here. His explanation went as follows, “The C word in Britain [is] usually associated with people that jubilate in the inane or irrelevant (usually accompanied with undue self-importance).
Stems from the crude reference to the female genetalia…
I am an English major, and something like that can turn me on instantly.
As Alycia Smith-Howard says it, getting to know an Englishman is, “A seduction of the mind.” But if you do a quick Google search on the matter, you’ll find scant information online relating to relationships between American women and British men.
The only fluttered consciousness they’ll experience is if you cannot agree to split the bill, I mean ‘check’.
And the idea that love might be a childish matter is almost heresy in the American bible of the heart. for girls to date or get to know several guys at once; whereas, in other countries, that’s considered rude or heartless. That was something I learned to do from the men here in America and just as I was supposed to accept their behavior, I guess I picked up that habit.
”British people don’t seem to ask each other on dates,” she fretted.
”If someone asks you, they’re going out on a limb, whereas in America it happens all the time.
At parties I was likened to Harry Potter and asked to say phrases like “you’re a wizard Harry”.
But even if you’re from the “smallest lamest” town, your British beau will love your accent as much as you love his.
Looking past the popular, sexy accent though, is an individual who’s not just charming for the sake of being charming. It’s a well crafted line that he gives you, intended to make you laugh.