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After all, America is a big country, so to hear an accent from across the pond, or somewhere even more exotic most likely feels new and exciting. Even here in the UK we find accents from different parts of the world (and even the country) attractive and exciting.
Just as many times as I have heard an American amused by the English accent, have I heard a Brit amused by an Irish accent.
I see a lot of men online complain that their American girlfriends suck the money out of their wallet.
From the first date, the man is expected to pay for everything.
I imagine this criticism comes from a handful of scorned men, with somewhat limited dating experience, and have become bitter towards all, based on the actions of a few.
It is very easy, from a few experiences, to label a group of people as the same, yet ignore the diversity within the group.
This is an extremely outdated view, and from my experience not true.
But, fortunately, I have yet to meet anybody who fits into either of these categories.
Of course, sometimes the language barrier extends beyond just a new way of saying words.
There are some words that are completely different in the US, and some that have entirely different meanings. Both of these are extreme stereotypes that completely polarise a hugely interesting and diverse culture.
But to generalise these assumptions, and often stereotypes, to the whole American population is unfair.
Chelsea and I have been dating for a year and a half now, and it has been the most exhilarating, wonderful, exciting and special year and a half of my life.