This means no running water, no shower, no restroom, no western comfort in that sense for about eleven nights,” remembers Arnold.
He hadn’t met a lot of girls before who could handle an extended time without the aforementioned comforts.
This time around, I was intrigued by the opposite question: Is there anything in particular that makes American women standout to European men?
They like to try new things, foods, and are interested to learn more about foreigners.Europe: a magical continent spanning from the Atlantic Ocean to the Black Sea, rich with various cultures, languages, and geography.Naturally, when stepping into any European country—be it Spain or Switzerland—as Americans, it's uncertain how we'll be viewed.In nearly all of my conversations with the European men, humor and wit were brought up.“I like my wife's wittiness and that she doesn't take herself too seriously,” shares Christian.“Germans have nice humor as well but it tends to be more 'dry.' I like that she can be silly and laugh with me all the time.Sarcasm is different in the States, too: I enjoy American sarcasm very much.”Michael from Ireland agrees: “I enjoy talking with and listening to American women.Brits have a very unique self-deprecating sense of humor that Americans can’t quite seem to grasp,” shares Ruaridh, who’s from London.James, also from London, has experienced the same: “American women have a cleaner sense of humor.If you ask a European what their heritage is, you'll likely get one answer. [For instance], you'll quickly learn that they are 45 percent French-Canadian, 30 percent Danish, 15 percent Polish, and maybe 10 percent South African.It's fascinating to me to learn about the different parts of the world that are all part of the genealogy of one single person.