“YESSSSS, WOOHOOOO, USA, USA.” Contrast this with the contestants of the Dutch version of this programme, who usually respond with a muted, “nou, wat leuk, ik ben door.” Which brings me to the subject of today’s post, the differences between Dutch and American men.The Shallow Man recently wrote about the differences between Dutch and American girls.American and Dutch men have different approaches to the in-laws.
There’s more chance of a Muslim becoming a member of Donald Trump’s cabinet, than a Dutchman paying the bill on the first date. Not because as some paranoid Dutch women believe “he’s after something,” it’s simply because that’s just the way it is. So what happens after you’ve been making whoopee with a Dutch or American man? Dutch men will usually call the next day, and might even see this as the start of a relationship.
To the expat ladies out there, be warned that if you haven’t opened the gates to the mansion by the second date, your Dutchman is likely to lose interest and dip his rookworst elsewhere.
No woman could possibly handle a deep fat fryer with the loving care of his mother.
Yes the bitterballen that you’ve deep fried are ok, but his mother does them so much better.
To prevent this, follow the advice of one of my readers: One of the big cultural differences between Dutch and American men is how they approach marriage.