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Native Londoner Christina, 35, just moved back to England after spending the last eight years living in New York. "If I was joking, they tended to take offense or find me peculiar," Christina said. The truth is that after two years, I stopped noticing his accent, which was fine, because, ultimately (and perhaps for the first time), I fell in love with the man, not "the Englishman." I still do love the way he says "cheeky," though. She and her friend Rachel wrote an epistolary memoir about their post-college years living in Beijing and Paris (and dating Englishmen). One of the reasons she moved back was because she couldn't see herself settling down with an American guy. Personality played a factor for American Jeff, who lived in the UK for two years, as well: "I just don't think American bro culture translates very well to English women.

The American (who is married to an Englishman, of course) conducted a study comparing the flirting behaviors of New Yorkers and Londoners and concluded that of the four demographics (English men, English women, American women, and American men), English men are, by far, the most afraid of rejection.The reality star took to Instagram on Wednesday, December 20, posting a screen grab of an article about Catt Sadler leaving E!News after being paid significantly less than her male cohost Jason Kennedy.It's certainly true for me and other American women who live by Jane Austen's canon and never miss an episode of Downton Abbey: We're primed to put English men on a pedestal.This frequent phenomenon, paired with the romantically timid disposition of many English men, works wonders.

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