People who have dated both Americans and Brits can confirm that there are more than one or two things that these two cultures do differently on a date
The United Kingdom has traditionally had a considerable influence over the culture of the United States, and today the two share a number of similarities. Although they’re two English-speaking nations and have shared a warm relationship over the past century or so, the culture in each is surprisingly different when it comes to dating.
People who have dated both Americans and Brits can confirm that there are more than one or two things that these two cultures do differently on a date, and during the period of dating someone in general. Though the two can find common ground and have solid relationships with each other, there are a few things they’ll have to get used to.
Some of the different dating customs are hardly noticeable, while others are difficult to ignore and require a major point of view shift. Things that are normal in one culture can be offensive in the other, and red-flag signs in one country are no cause for alarm across the pond. If you are going to attempt some transatlantic dating, it’s a good idea to get up to speed first!
And though each culture has its own dating traditions and no-no’s, we can’t say that one is better than the other—you’ll have to decide for yourself whether you like how the Brits do their dating, or whether you’d be more comfortable dating on American soil.