From what I've noticed, many of these women like to emphasize the fact that their sweethearts are French, and I'm especially in awe of American women who have been lucky enough to qualify to marry them.
In America, this is categorized as 'He's just not that into you..' What is typical behaviour after dating for almost 6 months?
Does anyone have insight or experience in dating the French?
But that is what it's like in dating most Frenchmen. This sounds funny, but on occasion I have had my picture taken by men on the street, and once in an art gallery. Their excuse for the most part was "Oh I thought you were so Beautiful I had to take a picture." One said, "It's okay, I'm French." Like if he were German it wouldn't be okay, but since he was French I should just excuse him for his behaviour.
I am an American woman married to a French man, and we have a child together.
I love Frenchmen, but I think it all started out with them loving me. They seem to all possess a silver tongue and flirtation is like a second language to them.
An experienced Frenchman knows how to seduce a woman, but what to do with her once he has her is where the problems lay.I hope this isn't too personal of a question but has your boyfriend attributed your American-ness to what he finds attractive about you?Carolyn I am an American girl and I have dated my share of Frenchmen.I ordered mine from and it goes into the whole history of what makes the French irresistable to some Americans in the area of "l'amour".For some reason the author doesn't delve into the French-American alliance of the Revolutionary period as the beginning of what inspires actual romantic preference for French.A fancy party put on by a French-related organization or club, for instance?