Unlike their less civilized counterparts, Dutchmen generally won’t make a second attempt for your phone number, a kiss, etc.
• Chances are, the man will arrive by bike, but don’t take your bicycle when you go on a date.
If your Dutchman is sober, you’ll have to behave more like a Dutch woman to get him (be forward). In Holland, being the last two people around is considered a classic signal. • But even then, you will probably need to spell it out for him. The expression “Going Dutch” is true to its etymology.
A source with ample experience bagging both German and Dutch guys tells me that German guys — who also wait for the woman to make the first move — are at least susceptible to flirty looks and will respond appropriately. (Also know that foreign credit cards frequently don’t work here.) • Don’t say “no” when you mean “maybe” or “maybe later”.
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