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Overall, arranging where to meet or pick up a date is flexible; It may be a prear­ranged location like a theater, restaurant or disco, or at the home of one or the other depending on availability of transport­ation.However if a young woman, presumably living with her parents, has accepted the invitation of a man it is customary for him to pick her up at her home; bringing a small bouquet, or a flower or two for the mother is considered in good taste. it is not unusual in Ger­many for a man to date a wo­man much younger than he. Most German parents do not expect (and may even get down-right nasty) if serious advances are made toward a young daughter (she having ideas of her own, notwithstanding.).Interest is indicated by way of a studied, concentrated look on the part of the man -- a gaze which may, but often doesn't, include a smile.Rather than a stare, though, the look should be brief and fleeting -- and the man's job is done.The very worst, though, is trying to tell when a German man is flirting with you.While a New Yorker might gaze seductively at you across a dance floor -- or even say “Yo baby! " -- a German guy will often merely stare expressionlessly, making you feel like you’ve reverted to the Funky Chicken or have a booger on your cheek.And it's true, German women will swoon over their vacation dalliances: "Those southern men," they'll giggle and gush. Well intentioned smiles are often rebuffed by a stare implicitly accusing you of mortally wounding her beloved pet terrier.

For instance, dating protocol in Germany remains more traditional than that of in the States, where it is not unusual -especially in larger cities centers - for a woman to ask a man for a date.One problem is that German men think you’re flirting when you’re not.More serious is that they often don’t know how to react to your flirting when you are.But he may be desperately in love with you, but be quite simply unable to indicate his interest in anything beyond discussing Angela Merkel’s domestic policy over a cup of chamomile tea.By the fifth date, you're stuck wondering whether you’ve developed a sudden case of bad B. A few not-so-unusual examples: In the British book "The Xenophobe’s Guide to the Germans," an unforgettable passage says something like “Germans have the unique ability to bore the pants off of you” when it comes to amour.

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