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With that being said, I know you’re all dying to know the rules of dating in France… Well, that’s not exactly true, but let’s say that there are much fewer rules than in many other countries, especially the US (as usual, I’ll compare mostly to the US, partly because this is the foreign culture I know the best, partly because most of the readership is American). Asking someone else out in France is not that different from many other places I guess.
Actually, the very concept of dating is not very clearly defined in France. It mostly consists in saying “Would you like to [insert something about dining, going to a movie or similar activities here] together?
” You usually ask this to the girl after you’ve known her a little, having met her at work, school, through common friends, etc.
I say , because it’s really rare that the woman asks the man out in France. Please note that in France, you rarely meet your future date in a bar or a club… A big difference between both countries is the bar scene.
Knowing these local rules is of an utmost importance.
It is the case with any rule, but even more so with dating, especially because too many people assume that dating is .
(I believe that "a kiss is a symbol of love" How would you feel and what would you think?
Well if she is kind of faithfull to me and she is not flirting around with other men outthere, well i will keep the relationship, because she might not want to kiss because that could lead to something else she wouldn't like. Since you mentioned kisses are a symbol of love i guess you don't love him and maybe went out with him out of pity which is a very bad thing girls do trying to be modest.
Here I’m assuming that one of the two persons involved is a local.