This list was compiled around 10 years ago and is all based on actual discussions with Americans from many States as we travelled around the USA. Of course, everyone has different experiences and the language seems to vary so much, and has moved on over the last decade. And now, with a growing number of incredibly specific niche dating sites to choose from, it's easier than ever to find exactly what you're looking for in an ideal mate.Want to meet a nice farm girl who'd be happy to settle down and help you raise cattle for the rest of your life? (Their slogan: "City folks just don't get it.")Does eating meat make your skin crawl?The seven chapters, above contain over 1000 words and expressions that have varied in their usage between the US and the UK.This site started as a simple list to amuse our friends when we moved to the USA for 2 years - believe it or not, to a house in Tossa Lane!!!Smith’s data on the flirting behaviors of American men reveals why some may not find success while hitting on an English woman in a bar. Last April, husband and wife team Ben and Becca Elman, launched Date British Guys.com, an online dating community that aims to pair British men with American women.
Four weeks later I moved to Wales and we moved in together, this was three and half years ago!
Inspired by their own romance (Connecticut-born Becca met Ben while studying abroad in London six years ago and the rest, as they say, is history), Date British now has more than 10,000 members trying to find love—or at least fun times.
Ben and Becca recently spoke to News Feed about their website and America's obsession with Will, Kate and the whole royal affair.
Enter Ben and Rebecca Elman, the co-founders of Date British Guys.com, a site that matches American women with British men.
The ultimate Anglophile love story, the couple met while Rebecca was studying in England. A short time later, Ben migrated to America, and the two got married."We got married and we had a lot of matches at our wedding. And from that we kind of had this idea that we could start something where more people could meet," says Rebecca.