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“I have advised people to go there if looking for something serious, but with patience I think you can meet someone anywhere.” Even in cities such as Berlin, she advised Germans and expats alike to get involved with meet-ups, whether cooking or dancing, to meet people with similar interests.The group Inter Nations is another resource for both expats and internationally minded Germans, and where a handful of people she knows have met their mates.There she found it easier to strike up a conversation with other expats and Germans, both platonically and as potential flames.Yet there was still shaky ground when she found herself on a date with someone from the group.“Everyone thinks they can find someone who’s a better fit, and people often don’t really try to get deeply involved with each other anymore.” Shy about approaching a woman in German or English, Max, 30, turned to the app Tinder to find a partner, contrary to its application as an app for easy hook-ups.“I think people see it differently in Germany than in the U. Yet in the end he met his girlfriend after a stand-up comedy show.
He found himself in a more difficult landscape than in his 20s, when he met his long-term partner through work and after a few dates decided they were in an exclusive relationship.
“In Berlin, most single expats are coming and going and not putting down roots.
Where I’m from [in southern Germany] anyone you meet who is not a student is usually there for the long haul.” Moving forward The double-edged sword of dating a German, observed Robbins, is that they will exhibit honesty from the very beginning to the very end.
“German men don't have the best idea how to flirt,” said Robbins, who runs the blog Monkeys and Mountains Adventure Travel.
“In North America flirting is fun but Germans take it much more seriously.