That's why yesterday, when we finally had the chance to see each other after 2 weeks, I took the train to Nürnberg without any doubt. It was delayed for 15 min, so when he texted me asking where I was and saying he was standing next to the door waiting for me I couldn't felt so happier. You know, I've been recently having the "smile-for-no-reason" symptom. Time flies when you are doing what you love the most and besides, you are dancing with whom you like a lot, I mean it, a lot.
So, by the moment I checked the time, I realized that my last train was gone, I missed it. He kindly offered me to take me home in his car. I was feeling nothing else but guilty since he had to drive 50 km one direction, plus another 30 km back to his place. I'll prepare you a coffee, while your battery is charging and you are able to find the way back home. Where to Find Your Guy The best places to look for German men are in bars, clubs and outdoor festivals.
Although Germans are characteristically homebodies, you can still meet your man out on the town. If you find yourself a bit shy, turn to the Internet. Put on your best pair of dancing shoes, a dab of blush and hit-up the dance floor. Keep one eye on your drink and the other working the crowd of gorgeous German men. The Initial Approach German men can come off as startlingly arrogant.
A Friendly Smile Goes a Long Way When approaching your German man be as pleasant as possible and strike up a friendly conversation. Do not be disappointed if he seems a bit aloof at first as this is very common among German men. They are definitely not known for their romanticism. Also, you may need to realize that unlike Americans, Germans do not generally like small talk. Rather than approaching a German man with chatter about the weather try educating yourself on an area you think may interest him and talk about that.
Do not get the impression that just because German men do not fall all over you that they are not interested. They have been taught to have massive respect for women and will usually hold themselves back from crossing that line. Age Makes a Difference There is a big difference between the younger generation and the older generation of German men.
Younger guys tend to be more easy going and fun loving. The appropriate term here would be less uptight. With this being said, you may find that younger German guys will be a bit more flirtatious than older ones. This is because things have changed quite a bit since the advent of internet technology that has really worked to close the gaps between people from all over the world. Young German people are required to learn English so chances are anyone you meet under the age of 30 already speaks English pretty well.
This is not to say that none of the cultural ideals will have rubbed off on younger German men but for the most part they are more relaxed. This is very common as German men are typically money driven and quite serious in matters of business.