“YESSSSS, WOOHOOOO, USA, USA.” Contrast this with the contestants of the Dutch version of this programme, who usually respond with a muted, “nou, wat leuk, ik ben door.” Which brings me to the subject of today’s post, the differences between Dutch and American men.
The Shallow Man recently wrote about the differences between Dutch and American girls.
Or you could sorta text each other after you [hook up]( but then stop. __And The Indisputable Cons of the Bar Pickup__ When you're talking to someone cute at a bar, it's easy to keep chugging drinks without thinking, and you may find yourself crossing over from "cute, tipsy and confident" to "crying about something your mom said to you a few years ago about your eyebrows and then staggering into a cab." Also: beer goggles.
Otherwise known as "leaving the bar with Leonardo Dicaprio and waking up with [Gary Busey]( You don't know anything about his romantic history at all, which, granted, is kind of appealing, but also kind of terrifying.
The Unequivocal Pros of the Bar Pickup Having a couple of beers in you makes it way easier to chat up some guy, or vice versa.
You get to scope each other out Discovery Channel-style before making any moves, which is--if I may use some technical jargon here--the funnest.
American and Dutch men have different approaches to the in-laws.
The Shallow Man once said that if you’re in a relationship with a Dutch man, that there are three of you. Well actually, there’s four of you, as I forgot to mention, his mother. When a Dutch woman says jump, the Dutch lion says “hoe hoog?
__Visual Aid B: __ [#iframe: QKs169Sl0I](448x334), "We didn't work out.
You need to not exist."__Did I forget any pros or cons?
” Well Dutch men love their mothers, who bully and boss them about their entire lives, even when they leave home, have kids and then get married.
Ladies, you’ll never match up to his mother, so don’t even try.
I am partial to the "passive-aggressive walk to the bathroom with light, sultry side-eye in Man X's direction."It is more socially acceptable to wear what Beyonce would call a "freakum dress" to a classy bar than a house party.