The night I met George, the epitome of a charming Englishman, I was immediately drawn to him. After a long night out wandering the city with George, he put me into a cab. It hadn't even crossed my mind, but after the aloof coolness of the hipsters who populated my alma mater, Englishmen—with their jokes and their endearing awkwardness and their humor—were a welcome change.Even though he wasn't stereotypically handsome, he was delightful and quick to make fun of himself—and to tease me: the typical American. When I wrote my college friend Rachel about George, she wrote back: What is with you and English guys?Italian men are worse than women and the whole place winds up smelling like their cologne." "I am sorry, but guys at home in France are so annoyingly into themselves. OK, good to know." "American women are not 'easier' than other women, but I would say they are way more comfortable flirting and being sexual than a lot of women in Europe.

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“For two hours, all one guy talked about was food and the science of food,” Abigail recalls.

“He cut all my food up for me and wouldn’t let me use my own fork. Online, the man seemed normal to a fault, but turned out to be a proper weirdo.

As would Emma Stone (who is dating Brit Andrew Garfield).

Or how about Jennifer Lawrence (and her Englishman Nicholas Hoult)?

There are several benefits to dating people from other countries. The long-term potential for dual citizenship, which may especially interest some of you right now for no reason in particular.

"I really appreciate my boyfriend's ability to get dressed without it being a huge competition for the mirror.

According to the site, it offers a "unique dating opportunity" to men and women "looking to add a little diversity to their love lives, meeting that special American woman next door, or that dashing British gentleman you've been waiting for is simple on our easy to use interface." Yes, at last, dating national stereotypes can be easy.

Date British is the brainchild of one cross-cultural couple: Ben Elman, Brit, 30, and Rebecca Elman, Yank, 24. Three years later, after he had moved stateside, they married.

I love our French men as long as I do not have to date them." "I don't have tons of experience with Americans, but the ones I have dated tend to be much more open about how they are feeling and what they want, which makes it easier to date. A certain degree of selfishness is essential for a well-working relationship and New Yorkers seem to have that built into their DNA." "As a general rule, Americans are not going to beat around the bush.