How To Charm A British Man

How To Charm A British Man

Sometimes people stereotype British men as overly reserved, but nothing could be further from the truth! British men are generally funny, polite and friendly, which is why they make awesome boyfriends and husbands. However there are a few things that you should know if you want to bag your own British man.


Here are 5 tips to help you charm a British man.


1. How To Charm A British Man: Suggest Going For Fish’N’Chips Or A Sunday Roast

The British love their food, especially if it is a classic British dish. If you’re going for a date with a British guy impress him by suggesting that you go out for a Sunday roast or fish’n’chips. He will love the fact that you want to try some classic British cuisine, as it shows that you are interested in his culture – and he will definitely want to know what you think of the meal!


2. Don’t Say “Soccer” To Him

Lots of people think that soccer and football are the same, but they aren’t. British men feel very strongly about the subject as football is one of the most popular sports in the UK, so mistaking it for a different sport won’t impress him at all! Thankfully using the right word will – and you’ll impress him even more if you know the difference between the sports.


3. Debate With Him

Men all across the world are impressed by a woman’s emotional intelligence, and British men are no different. They aren’t interested in women who pretend to be dumb, or women who don’t seem to have opinions. If you want to charm a British man get feisty and talk about anything that you have an opinion on, from books and films to politics, culture and the world around you.


4. Drink Beer Together

Britain is known for its wide range of beers, ales and ciders (and British people are known for their love of drinking!). You can charm your British man by suggesting that you visit a real ale pub to try some of their best ales – he will be impressed that you know about British culture, and it will probably be his idea of a perfect date.


5. Be Well-Mannered And Kind

No-one likes the person who is rude to the waiter, and this is even truer when you are in Britain. Manners are extremely important to British people, and people go out of their way to be polite and courteous to everyone around them. Take the time to thank the people around you who help you, and your man will be very impressed – but if you don’t, you may never see him again.

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Amy Johnson
Written by Amy Johnson