They usually enjoy traveling abroad and experiencing different cultures, so life with them wouldn’t be boring!
Britain was the world's first industrialized country and its economy remains one of the largest still to this day.
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British culture generally places a lot emphasis on the idea of being “emotionally independent”, so these men tend to be independent in all aspects, and are strong-willed and able to cope emotionally - what woman wouldn’t want such a reliable partner?
It will surely go down about as well as slapping the queen in the face during her televised Christmas day speech or screaming “Lord Voldemort” at the top of your lungs on the grounds of Hogwarts. The Importance of the word “Mate” While the word ‘mate’ may be commonly used to describe animals getting a little frisky in the animal kingdom, it has a very different meaning here in England.But, I always feel nervous about giving any kind of advice, because every relationship is different – and long distance relationships are SO hard and fierce and all-or-nothing… All I can talk about is my own experience, so here goes!I met Mr Nice Guy when I was 16 and living in England.The term ‘mate’ is commonly used to describe a close friend or somebody we like to hang out with.‘Yeah I’m just going out with my mates tonight’ ‘It’s cool, we’re just mates’ We say it all the time, perhaps way too much.