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After making their own lives very complicated, if a European actually manages to attain a relationship, you often will not even know how to spot it.
When the members of the couple are out and about, they will probably not mention their partner very often or obsess about them (of course, there are always exceptions) and will not be super-touchy and obvious in public when they are together.
In America, it’s very common for a very cute girl to really stand out.
While here in Europe, it’s very rare that I see an absolute knockout walking around (relatively to other women).
On a typical afternoon, while riding the subway in New York, one would see all kinds of different women: there would be a average-looking girl; a goth girl wearing all black with dyed black hair; a chubby girl wearing an oversized college sweatshirt; a punk girl sporting converses and holding a skateboard; and maybe some cute girl with a perfect body and beautiful face that every guy in the metro would be salivating and checking out.
But in Europe, most of the women are more uniform in their looks.
On the inside, however, they will be really happy they were actually able to nail each other down after the endless confusion and unnecessary drama along the way.
In reality, though, American couples are often still getting to know each other when they are already together, and could easily end up holding their partner’s best friend’s hand in the next instant.
This is exactly the problem that Europeans face, they make finding a partner an endless quest that resembles the quest of the grail, over complicating their lives and sometimes missing out on necessary learning experiences of short-term failed relationships.
It was around three years ago that I boarded a plane to Iceland and began a quick tour of the continent, visiting 20 countries over the summer.
Europe is a large place, so it’s hard to generalize about women from so many different countries.
But I can say with certainty that European women have more in common with each other than with their American counterparts (except women in the UK and, to lesser extend, Scandinavian countries, which are much more Westernized).