Every topic discussed to bring a complete forever alones to having an abundance of women in their life.
If you’ve been Japan for more than 5 seconds and had any interaction with the opposite sex here, you’ll no doubt have already experienced some “Lost in translation” style mishaps from smashing against the language barrier and cultural differences.
Cheapos will be pleased to hear that many of them include a buffet which is almost worth the (typically around 2000yen) entry fee.
The other really easy way to meet Japanese girls is through Language Exchanges.
Overall more attraction game (pumping state, high energy, dance, hard teasing, heavier kino etc), little to no comfort.
In general my results were about the same and london/edinburgh and others are fun but I remember actually looking forward to 21 scenes in the US again.
Or read peoples’ emotions where pretty much no-one wears their heart on their sleeve?
I've heard that the British simply aren't interested in someone who tries the mystery method and a lot of other techniques, and that they have higher bitch shields overall. Though I do realise that it is the same fundamentally, there are obviously differences between the two which don't get talked about. I'm an american that has spent some time in england.But I've also heard that British girls are easier? American girls are alot more open to the intrusion of strangers. In the UK you probably would need a funny, relavent-to-the-situation opener to get a girls attention. US girls think if someone starts talking to them... Give us some context here, or we can't really help.As OP obviously knows but others might not, the legal limit is 16 overall and 18 at most places that serve hard alc.So initially I thought this would be a great, because young girls right?Don't keep directing the conversation back to what its like to be a british guy in america. its a good filler for gaps in conversation but don't overplay it. Here in the US people don't take sarcasm really well. This may make it seem like British women are bitchy. My problem isn't that people aren't used to sarcasm, but rather that they have a hard time picking up when I'm sarcastic.