German girl dating
Dating someone from a foreign country can be an exciting experience, but it's important to keep in mind that a relationship with a person from another culture can be complex.
Different cultures around the world have a different appreciation of the qualities that make someone a desirable mate.
And if you’re not letting us know that you’re five minutes late – you’re going to have a really hard time in this country!
We have to live up to our reputation of being precise and punctual because these words stand next to “German” in the dictionary!
From dodgy snacks to strange date venues, the list to avoid dating Germans can seem convincing.
But we think on balance the pros - sports, beer and fun - outweigh the cons.
That’s why all of us are determined to look you into your eyes when we toast and thus don’t have bad sex. Because beer and wine are legal to drink by the age of 16, and hard liquor at 18, Germans learn how to drink early and a lot.
Croissants, rolls or bread with cheese and sausage, jam or Nutella for breakfast, bread as a side for lunch or in the form of dumplings, and bread with sausage or cheese for dinner will become the norm for you.
Top that off with meat, potatoes and creamy sauces for lunch as well, cake or Danishes in the afternoon, and a (few) glasses of beer. Uhm, sorry, the only things close to vegetables in a German diet are a side salad or Sauerkraut.
They consume the most beer after the Czechs and Chinese.
So only date a German if you can keep up with her or if you don’t mind explaining to your friends that she can drink you under the table!