American girls—in my experience—carry themselves elegantly; sometimes so much so that it feels rehearsed.
Recently, I went on two dates in New York within the space of a week, one with a Brit, the other with an American.
I've always loved this approach: under-sell, over deliver.
Since then, I've spent six years dating American women in the search for "the one".
They have come from all different backgrounds, worked in vastly different careers, lived in both New York and Los Angeles; and if there's one thing I can tell you, it's that the stereotype of British girls being more well-mannered is actually false.
Which brings me to American girlfriend number five, who was paralyzed by her hoards of self-help books.
Over-analyzing American family dynamics is still something that remains a bit of a mystery to me.
British girls, meanwhile, do not spend the same amount of money on themselves as American girls, nor do they expect you to spend a lot on them.