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We are also in general not too over-excited in the way we greet you and speak with you.Don't take this for a lack of interest, it's just the way we are - a little reserved.
But don't we have a great variety of different types of women and men in Germany? We always come on time When you have a date with us, you can expect us to be on time. It gives us that international flavour when we have to speak English with a foreigner. Learning English in school for years was a good and important thing in the end. Don't mistake shyness for disinterest When a German single is on a date with someone from abroad, we seem a little reserved or shy in the beginning because we take time to get to know someone.
I notice he is approximately 2-3 drinks ahead of me. For the first 2 hours, our conversation is AMAZING! “I don’t know,” he ponders, “I think it will just make my watch pop.” Questionable.. I politely order a glass of chardonnay but sip slowly making sure that I will be able to escort HIM home safely. “Look, clearly there was some kind of misunderstanding, let’s rewind and scratch that past conversation out.” He snaps, “Well ok, but I don’t think I did anything wrong.” He takes one last sip of his drink indicating that he is done. ” He says “let’s wrap it up” and asks for the check. I text him as soon as I get in the cab, something that I generally would never do, “I’m not sure what just happened….” No response.
The fact that he says he can shop for hours and not get bored doesn’t phase me in the slightest, in fact, I welcome that challenge. Mid-conversation he blurts out, “our third date should be a cooking date.” I jokingly respond, “a cooking date? What would Patti Stanger say….”Not until I’m exclusive with someone….that’s when. We are out of there faster than a sweater off of a Barney’s sale rack.
Only if she or he feels you are the right one will they invite you to accompany them to friends. We don't all love sausage In Germany, we don't drink beer and wine, or eat sausage, dumplings and Schnitzel all the time. We also don't all wear Dirndl and Lederhosen - outside of Bavaria, at least. But of course if you want to enjoy a Maß of German beer with some traditional food, or try a regional Riesling from our beautiful vineyards, let's go for it! We'll help you feel at one with your body We may be able to teach you that there's nothing wrong with getting naked at a public sauna, undressing for a relaxing day at a spa, or being topless at the beach. Forget about the rules such as "after the third date, I should be able to expect such and such from them". It's best not to expect anything at all and relax.
Just listen to our signals, body language and eyes, and then you'll understand. We're in it for the long-term Most Germans will date you for a much longer period of time than might happen elsewhere.