Dating a frenchman tip
Inside Baseball: Now, here are some curve balls you can throw your Frenchie, once you have "elle" or "lui" in your crosshairs.
Don't gush over Paris--it's boring because they get it all the time and he or she may be from Lille.
Oh, and you should probably leave the subtlety out the door.
For those of you who come from countries like the US or Canada where politeness is the norm, Germans may surprise you with their rudeness.
How else do they stay so slim--they have a healthy relationship with food, good food--the au naturel.
Luckily for us jaded New Yorkers, we're right at home with French cynicism and love of intellectual conversation and the Frenchies love us for our...chutzpah, only they call it Whether you're in search of the endless charm of a love affair with a French person or a reverse-greencard, here are a couple tips for dating French people in New York: They travel in herds: Checking out an early Cedric Klapisch film at Alliance Francaise, attending a NYC French Social meet-up, or crashing a party by Accueil, a social organization for French people, or hunting with other Francophiles at French Tuesdays, it's important to know that like any community abroad, the French travel in herds.
Where there's one, there's plenty more where he or she came from.
Much as we love them, Norwegians aren't always the easiest people to get to know, let alone romance.
So for anyone embarking on the disconcerting experience of dating a Norwegian, here are The Local's top twelve tips. "Don't do it, that's your advice right there," said expat Marc-Antony Davies when asked for tips on dating Norwegians.