Second, complaining about the men in your town (or on your campus) provides a justification for why your love life – or sex life – is not what you want it to be.It's not the women from , where would any conversation about dating be without you?We're also victims of the Canadianism of being polite rather than individualistic or outgoing. It comes out differently in Calgary, for example, which has more big bad Americanisms due to oil culture (, anyone? And different in Toronto, which is a bigger, tougher, older city.
And they don't seem bothered by, "No thanks, I don't really fancy a snog." They just kept smiling as they said, "Cheers! I'm having a hard time imagining what the women in that town complain about.
He says reserve is a legacy from our British colonial roots, which got pumped up instead of deflated by the other dominant cultures here.
Plus, there's the latitude and climate -- the cold, gray and rainy weather makes us want to cuddle up with our cats rather than put on high heels and head out into the (dark) night.
" This week alone, two friends have told me that men from here are. After gaining a few erratic "pen pals" and only one date, she deleted her profile. But my brother-in-law helpfully warned me that if I get a cat, I'll be a spinster forever.
Another friend just quit Plenty of Fish, the online dating site. (These are my friends, so don't you dare even ask if they're lame). Could be one more reason to admit defeat (hey, it's not me; it's this town), get a cat, and re-watch (which actually sounds pretty frikken awesome).