Dating in the uk versus us
The British side is written by London-based e Harmony Editor Julia Filsell, and the American side by Pasadena-based e Harmony Content Director, Grant Langston. It seems to be an issue that neatly divides daters.
For some it feels unnatural and creepy, for others it’s the only sensible way to proceed.
However, the British are more likely to ask someone to do something in a group setting first as opposed to doing something one-on-one.
When it comes to the first date, Americans are more ritualistic here than their colonial cousins.
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