” It’s not a common coupling that you’ll see in my hometown.I remind them that dating a Brit is no different than dating an American because you don’t experience extreme culture shock when visiting their country, and you can understand their language naturally without carrying a translation dictionary (although some people may beg to differ).I have been correct more than once about this observation. They are something you wouldn’t see an American guy wear unless he was going to work some where professionally, or dress for a formal event or party. I thought only women’s shoes had pointy tips like these, but I was surprised to see that British men will rock them too.

Sometimes the things he says confuses me, like when I ask if he is going to go to bed and he replies “I should do”…. His teeth are not repulsive, and he can certainly hold his liquor better than I ever can!

He is the greatest thing that has ever happened to me, I love my Brit!

We will laugh at each other as we try and mimic each others accents, mostly it’s just me trying though.

Chris is still far too embarrassed to really try to sound American!

I laugh as I say that, I have honestly asked Chris to say “I love it when you scratch your butt” because with his accent, it’s still memorising.

Now of course he’ll deny that he is the one with the sexy accent and say it’s me, but we all know they have the sexy accent!But here it’s not uncommon with my family and friends, to just refer to hot apple cider as “cider”. The boys certainly do present themselves better in Britain than the American boys I’ve seen.I wouldn’t say they are more fashionable than anyone, but I don’t see boys walking around town with their pants hanging off of their butts or wearing over sized sneakers, looking like a clown.In Autumn and Winter I enjoy drinking hot apple cider.If we were Skyping I would mention that I was drinking cider (it would be around 10 am).Our relationship is strong, and filled with lots of humour.