There are all sorts on here and I would imagine that the same would be said for gents across the pond.
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I searched in Google for American looking for British dates, and got pages of hits.
This is a great topic and something I've seen a lot on here.
The USA is a massive country - that doesn't mean it's citizens have to stay, but women searching for men in the UK? I love European men, and always wanted to be involved with a Brit.
I can't help thinking they've got a very stereotypical view of life in Britain and it's inhabitants! Why in the heck would it be pathetic to get involved with people not in our own country? If he is willing to fly to meet me or send me a ticket to meet him then I'd entertain it. But the more we travel the globe the less we adhere to those generalisations.jl503Actually I had never heard of that either. I think mostly it is people who want to escape for some reason and want residency elsewhere or the grass is greener syndrome.
Lots of people get it into their heads that this or that nationality is naturally superior or more desirable.
Here in the US, lots of people got deluged with the notion growing up (Hollywood), that a guy with a British accent is smarter than everyone else, dresses better without being gay, has more money, and/or is an international spy and sexual dynamo.
I personally find it quite creepy when I see American women in their 40's, 50's and older, appearing in my POF "Matches" wanting to correspond with men in Scotland with a view to coming over to meet them, in the hope of "falling in love and eventually settling there". They register their profiles in a postcode in Scotland (or no doubt elsewhere in the UK) so they will appear in your area/search - and yet they still live in the USA. I've personally been contacted by five American women who think they want to come over and meet me with a view to hopefully moving over permanently.