Saturday, 11 March 2017

A Transatlantic Woman Question.

I’ve noticed an interesting difference between English women and American women. If an English woman is keen to keep a man’s approbation but he says something to annoy her, she will usually tend to stay quiet. An American woman, on the other hand, will probably fly at him with claws well bared. So does that suggest that English women are more insecure and timid, or does it suggest that they’re more aware of connections and consequences and are therefore more inclined to be circumspect? (Some might suggest that English women have better manners, but I couldn’t possibly comment.)

This difference only applies, of course, during the early stages of a relationship. Once the relationship is well established the distinction disappears. Does that give us a clue?

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