French canadian dating culture
I have had many dates in which I felt that the American women could have been more grateful or thankful for the effort I put into the planning.There was also that time my American date fought our waitress for giving me the hungry eyes while taking our order.And of course Canadians love their winter activities, skating, skiing and/or snowboarding.I have had some sporty American girlfriends as well, however on whole American girls do not seem as down to patriciate in a date that includes sport shoes or sports equipment.We arrived at the lake via a 2 hour snowmobile ride in which I was the passenger and she the driver. While I have shared some wilderness adventures with a few American girls and of course Americans are no strangers to guns, Canadians do seem to be more rugged in this department.Everyone knows that Canada has a great health care system that provides its citizens with free health care.All the Canadian girls I have dated have been no stranger to guns, fishing rods or four wheelers.I once spent a couple days ice fishing on a frozen lake with a Canadian girl.
American girls seem to also support nicer tans than the Canadians.So in attempts to answer this philosophical question, I took a trip down memory lane to reflect on the difference between Canadian and American girls. In regards to dating I have found the women to be polite and gracious while also well equipped to demonstrate the proper etiquette required for any social situations.This means they are fantastic dates to accompany you to work functions, family affairs or anything that may require polish and prestige.In conclusion the difference is very slight, American and Canadians are much more alike than different.Not only will this gravely irritate your French Canadian, but it will piss off actual French people, the ones from France. Nowhere outside of Quebec can one find good cheese curds (the ones that make a squeaky noise when you chew them) and St. Are you also going to tell me the best maple syrup you ever had was in Maine? I must admit I love the thick French Canadian accent, and not unlike the British accent for non-British people, one seems to pick it up without paying attention, making a fool of oneself (yes, I’ve been there).