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Of course, a few exceptions are if the guy and girl have been friends for many, many years, but other than that, if you see just a guy and a girl having dinner at a restaurant or a cafe, they’re probably on a date.
Hanging out with only one guy can be considered a date I’ve heard from a few Chinese and Vietnamese friends that the statement above rings true for their cultures as well.
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However, after being friends with several Japanese people in two months, I can certainly say that I am honestly more North American, especially when it comes to dating. Sounds extremely absurd to my North American ears, but . At first he was all like yes and even settled on a date. Now, since I miss my North Americans a ton, I’m tempted to hug any friend I see, especially a fellow North American. However, I think it’s safer just to keep your lips to yourself in their view? The dating pattern is NOT like the one in North America In North America, you do test dates, like you can go out with a guy for a few dates over dinner, movies, or some other activity, and see how things go.
Another friend told me that while he was on exchange in Japan, he was talking to this really pretty girl a lot and no other guy would do that. I can’t imagine how many “dates” I’ve gone on then, and I made a HUGE faux pas then. You don’t make out with people at a club A Japanese guy friend was saying how if a girl or guy made out with a stranger at a club, he or she would be hated by the Japanese crowd.
The site only surveyed straight men and women 'so men would be rating women and vice versa', it stated.
It concluded that American men and women made the best lovers and were the most compatible with each other, thanks to their 'earth moving' score of eight.Along with Australian women, they were joined in the third-best spot by women from New Zealand and Spain.