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Germans are a lot more direct than New Yorkers, especially in romance, she says.
“When [my boyfriend] was interested, he was talking to me every day, not pretending he wasn’t into me,” she says of her now-beau.
“In NYC you play this game of, ‘I’m not interested but I’m interested.’” There’s also less of a rigid dating environment there: “In NYC, if you don’t hit it off over a drink, you missed your chance.
But in Germany, it’s more relaxed: You might join up with him and friends and have real activities and experiences.” Bernd Fischer, a 25-year-old who lived in Morningside Heights and now works in publishing in Cape Town, says the South African city can be cliquey, “So for those of us who aren’t into dating apps, it’s difficult to meet new people and it can often feel like there aren’t even any new people to meet,” he says.
“Here, a date is something more intimate or personal.
It’s expected that this might lead to something …” like sex, he says. Here it’s more like playing the game.” It is true what they say about Parisians: They’re snobs, and especially in the dating world, says Steph Naudin, 32, an American living in Paris and working at a university.
Maybe they’re hanging out with friends and not necessarily looking to meet people,” says the Boston native who has lived in NYC.