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There are, of course, the obvious differences right from the outset, that moment when you catch eyes with someone, and you both know that you want the other person to make a move.Argentine men definitely don’t struggle with the same affliction that many men back home do, this terrible problem of being so awkwardly British that they can barely muster up the courage to walk up to a girl in a bar, let alone ask her out for a drink having just met her.If I’m being totally honest, up until now, British boys haven’t exactly set the bar high as far as being whisked off my feet is concerned.When thinking of grand romantic gestures, sarcastic British humor doesn’t exactly spring to mind.” I was also asked my political views in the UK, as well as what I thought of the current political situation in Argentina.In England, it’s sort of an unwritten rule to avoid any direct, controversial conversation, especially politics, until you are much closer with someone – I guess the Argentines don’t mind if the first date gets a little heated.Here in Buenos Aires, the newest fad is the dating app Happn, which takes the online dating world a step further.It doesn’t just match your profile to somebody with similar interests, but it actually notifies you when you walk past someone who has either liked you, or who you would be compatible with. At first glance is sounds a tad creepy, but I have taken it upon myself to do some research – from a work based perspective – so that I could get my head around the situation a little better.
Jetting in from the UK, I was definitely curious as to what the Argentine men and the dating culture here had to offer.
Added to this, they take the whole “fashionably late” thing quite literally, whereas back home, if a guy was more than ten minutes late, you would probably assume he was standing you up – writing it down, I’m really starting to see why dating is such a struggle back home.
From my experience of dating English boys, 9 times out of 10, a date is going to take place at the pub.
In England, if a boy asked you to meet up with him at 11 PM, you would undoubtedly think booty call.
However, here it seems there is nothing unusual about meeting up with someone after what’s typically considered many people’s bedtimes.
More than 91 million people use dating websites all over the world, and with more options to choose from all the time, suddenly the little paddling pool in which we used to fish, seems to be starting to resemble more of a lake.