Their baby-faces paired with their high voices attract a very specific type of girl.
Within minutes, you’re forcing your way through the crowd in a busy Manhattan bar.
In an attempt to attract the bartender’s attention, you lean in, clear your throat and say “excuse me…could I possibly trouble you for a pint of lager? You look around, and it dawns on you that every pair of female American eyes is resting on you, stood there, in your Ben Sherman button-up and tan chinos.
Americans are stereotyped as overtly confident a lot of times, and this can have a strong upside in a loud, crowded bar or club.
British men would have better game in a more conversational environment, assuming these stereotypes hold true.” “If you have an accent, you automatically start at a 6 in America.
We asked American men whether they think they have better game than their counterparts over the pond. “In America they’re a novelty and the accent attracts. So I danced and it was ridiculous.” “I think the difference is crucial.
They work behind closed doors once they start talking, they don’t really make moves in front of the pack. If you’re fat, balding, whatever, that could be a HUGE detriment to those of us with regular accents.
End any sentence with “innit” or say “mum” or “pint” and suddenly the conversation shifts from ‘let’s be friends’ to ‘what’s your Snap? We make up for it with insane frat parties and ridiculous, sometimes unnecessary, drinking methods.” “They seem to be pretty shy, but that accent, like, damn.
’ “British guys don’t need to have that much game when the accent comes out. “We have a load of guys from St Andrews here at William and Mary, so I’m fairly informed of the difference.
It might be because they don’t want to seem soft, or probably because boys might sabotage. British dudes on the other hand will always have a leg up with their charming accents.