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But it's subtle, and of course, few would admit to surfing online dating sites for Chinese women, yet when the only girls they date are Chinese, then the probabilities are in their favour.Having said that, I'm surprised at what British men, both young and old, generally get away with when talking about East Asian women (Chinese, Japanese, Korean etc.) as well as South East Asian women (Vietnam, Thailand etc.) I've heard my Caucasian friends recommend to their male, single mates that they should date “nice Chinese girls”, with the added bonus that Chinese women are far more sexually open-minded than Caucasian girls.In the 2014 American Community Survey, English Americans are (7.6%) of the total population.
they share a 800 mile border with Mexico, simply does not compute. There is no vaguely hippy “thing”, or laughable spiritual “practice” that an American won’t fall for. Is there any beverage more perfect for the gullible? You can junk all that gong-ringing, yoga-farting, macrobiotic nonsense and get back to your roots: solid English scepticism, served with a Cornish pasty. To an American, if anything vaguely good is happening, one must emit a “woo”. Or a tray of cupcakes successfully made it from the kitchen to a living room table. They don’t hold their fork in their left hand and knife in their right, like any normal human. I bet you dollars to doughnuts – she’ll be American.
One acquaintance told me in wonderment that Chinese women are great in the bedroom – as if I wasn't one – to being casually asked if I’d be interested in a guy “who has been with Chinese girls and likes it”.
I’ve been left puzzled by the insensitivity, and the lack of awareness that such comments may cause offence.
It tastes like balsamic urine, looks like toxic waste and costs more than champagne. Anything dimly positive can be greeted with a overly-loud, obnoxiously out-of-context: “WOOO! They cut their food that way, then put both utensils down, then switch their fork into their right hand, and only THEN begin scooping food into their mouths. And they have the nerve to think the way WE eat is weird. Tom Cowell is a writer and comedian living in New York.
Americans are blissfully unaware that their country is, by any standard, rather large. He can be found tweeting @mrtomcowell The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.