German men and dating
Something about forcing the brain to switch between languages makes it more flexible and dynamic.
I believe this is because a language isn’t just a bunch of words; it’s a different way of .
(Or fruity as hell, depending upon your attitude.) Good style seems to be an inherent cultural trait across most of western Europe, but right now it’s working to the advantage of young German males.
That, or sexy unicorns are pissing in the groundwater.
The thing is, as a foreign blogger in a strange land, I am to make observations about the things I see around me.
My wife and I were once walking along Georgstraße in Hannover when we stumbled across a huge group of angry college students protesting against rising tuition fees in Lower Saxony.
This was a few years ago, so I can’t remember the exact amount, but tuition had risen from around €500 euros per semester to like €525 euros. And get this: Just a year or two later, Lower Saxony abolished tuition fees altogether.
Young German guys are the exact opposite; they’re style-conscious, thin and freakishly tall.
Listen, I’m 5’10” tall when I’m wearing thick soled shoes, standing up perfectly straight and totally lying to myself. They are, as my wife would put it, “.” Obviously there are exceptions — I’ve seen a few short guys here too — but most of them are like the Ents from the Lord of the Rings; elongated tree people, all lanky as hell with arms and legs akimbo.
The German dude you choose to lay will probably have spent a great deal of time at university as well, attaining both his undergraduate and graduate degrees.