While British men are renowned for their aloof nature, and the Americans are juggling girlfriends, French men can come across as extremely keen.
Expect next-day contact and a date within the first 48 hours.
The French, incidentally, don’t linguistically fob off their slobberier makeouts as an import.
They have various expressions for the act; rouler une pelle — to turn the spatula — is particularly popular.
So, if you fancy going to the cinema, tell him you want to go to the cinema.
Does anyone have insight or experience in dating the French?
French men are known for their smoldering good looks and great romance, and in Paris it’s easy to fall in love 10 times a day: he might be sipping a café noir in St.-Germain-des-Prés, ambling through the Jardin des Plantes or reading Sartre on the metro.
But for an expat or visitor to Paris, dating French men can be an entirely different experience, challenging the tactics you’ve spent years perfecting.
I looking to find out if we are suffering from cultural misunderstandings or it is just not meant to be.
For example, we do not speak very often in between dates.
For many years I've been fascinated with the subject of American women who prefer Frenchmen only, even to the point of shunning men who are not French in the dating world.