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Whereas in New York, everyone wants to still play the field even if they’re dating somebody,” Gus notes.Adella agrees, “I feel like there’s not as much of an over…
“Once people are committed they are really committed to each other.In New York people think about, ‘what would I look like with this person? It’s very straight forward here,” Pauline concludes.’” Gus’ take is similar, “And there’s not this whole act of drawing another person in but just enough and testing the water constantly, and never just relaxing and being yourself, and constantly kind of making the other person jealous so that they want you. It all fits in line with the German stereotype of practicality and efficiency.over…what’s the word – you know in NYC there’s just a million cute, smart girls everywhere.Whereas here, well there are a lot of cute smart girls here but guys aren’t like…“The gay scene is like three-fourths of the dating scene here,” Gus says, “It’s really nice here to be gay. That’s more about gay culture than Berlin culture.” So finally I ask, “So Berlin sucks for single girls basically? “But once you find a guy, he’s going to treat you super well.” “Is that a German cultural thing? “Yeah, I think so, I’ve heard German girls here say that American guys are awful because they string them along,” She replies.
So, German guys may not play flirtatious games up front, but then they don’t play games once they’re in a relationship either.
Berlin might be the worst city in the world to be a single girl.
I had been in Berlin a few days already when I met up with three friends of mine from college who have been living there since graduation.
So when I told people back in Canada that I was planning on moving to Germany, and people would respond with, “those Germans seem like really cold people,” I was genuinely surprised.
Living in Germany, I can sort of see why people think that.
I had spent a full weekend going to bars and clubs, and was not chatted up even once. “It doesn’t seem like people here really flirt with each other,” I tell them. That’s not going to happen.” Pauline agrees, “Yeah, no, it’s never going to happen.” Gus and Adela both recount experiences of having men ask them for their business card at work and asking them out via text, email, or Facebook later. Pauline explains, “It’s like Scandinavia – people make the move very quickly from dating to moving in together but the way to even getting together is like…