This is normally a good thing, as Audrey Tautou is the patron saint of French women getting laid in England; if her name is mentioned in a conversation, it’s, as I believe you call it, in the bag.Same goes for smoking: non-smoking French exes complained about feeling like they were kissing an ashtray but here, it’s just seen as a wonderful thing us people do, like eating croissants for every goddamn meal and having read all of Sartre from age seven.As a French woman living in London, I read Ed Cumming’s latest piece about our apparent preference for British men with great interest.Though I have to admit that it is factually correct – at least judging from my group of friends – the reasons he gave for why we’d rather be dating specimens from your side of the Channel couldn’t be further from the truth.For a start, everything we do is apparently French, therefore charming.If we happen to be wearing some sort of lipstick and have a haircut that’s not basically shaved or ridiculously long, we’ll get compared to Amelie Poulain.That is no offense to British women (my mum's British!), but American women are just so much more aggressive, dominant, colorful (in dress), independent and appreciative.
Accustomed to Respecting Royalty — They Treat Women Like Princesses American ladies with a taste for the finer things in life would do well dating a British guy, Ben says. Education in the UK goes far beyond school subjects and grades. While Fancier Than Americans, British Men are Less Prissy You want a man's man wrapped up in luxury? British men aren't afraid to get a little knocked up."While American men are playing dress-up with big head guards and shoulder pads for their next football game, British guys are playing rugby without any protection. so we hear (from Ben, of course)."The big reason why American women should date British men is that we really love American women.Be enamored with their “taking the mick” style of conversation.Perhaps you can meet your lover or soulmate to explore the magnificent The City of bath with, a romantic date in The Geffrye Museum, or a casual meet up with great singles and before the evening ends, maybe the two of you are up for it.Another frankly outdated cliché playing in our favour is our apparent God-like knowledge of food and wine.Given that for most of the people I’ve met here, anything that doesn’t taste worse than vinegar counts as decent, my very vague ability to match a certain meal with a certain wine has baffled more than one.