After making their own lives very complicated, if a European actually manages to attain a relationship, you often will not even know how to spot it.
That’s also the reason why Europeans are notoriously single and complaining about it.
Europeans are a lot less likely to just date anyone in order to see how it goes, but will always find some minor detail to be a horrible, insurmountable flaw in the other person.
The songs of worship are faster and more energetic than the slowly chanted songs of the morning church service.
The boys and girls sit at a long table facing each other.
Well, for one, it has obvious, superficial reasons, such as the typically super-white teeth and perfectly groomed appearances that Americans tend to have compared to their more natural-yet-not-necessarily-better-looking European counterparts.
But then again, Americans tend to dress up less often and like wearing their sneakers and sweatpants everywhere without ever being judged, a level of a relaxed attitude I would sometimes like to see in my own country.
On the inside, however, they will be really happy they were actually able to nail each other down after the endless confusion and unnecessary drama along the way.
So why does this difference even exist, or is it just a slightly different packaging of basically the same feelings?
Acknowledging that there are many variations, let’s take a look at some Amish dating customs The Setup Amish courtship traditionally begins at age 16 for the boys and age 14-15 for the girls.