Paris dating english
So creating a profile on Tinder was a first for me.I quickly decided that I wouldn’t include pictures of myself pointing at the Eiffel Tower, no marinière and beret, only a faithful caption in my bio that said a lot about me—“Best French-accent imitator.” Not too revealing, and mysterious enough to hide any evidence of being French, which I had a feeling would be bait for some guys trying to tick a box.Don’t get me wrong—it’s not that hooking up isn’t a thing in France, but in general, once we find ourselves seeing someone multiple times, we’re both giving it our best shot to be in a relationship with commitments and sacrifices from the beginning.
It was like having the same nightmare over and over again, and turns out, it was just the petits fours.
Then, “cultured” men started to appear, eager to share all their knowledge about France with me.
“I know a few words of French: ‘bonjour,’ ‘madame,’ ‘oui.’” Congratulations, you have Google.
I’ve never felt as much emotionally insecure as I have since I moved here.
In France, you don’t ask someone to be your girlfriend or boyfriend unless you’re in kindergarten.