But could it simply be a matter of men behaving in the way that society expects them to?
I walk into Le Caprice on 5th avenue to meet my German. Either way, did I really want to have to deal with the suprise of a “Non-Kosher” salami? Bryce Gruber is a Manhattanite mom who can be found jet-setting off to every corner of the globe.
We meet at the bar, he orders a martini “just a little dirty.” It takes him an unusual amount of time to ask a chardonnay. Things start to get questionable when he starts to talk about his “HER-mes” jewelry obsession. He needs some “HER-mes” jewelry to accompany his watch. How can something that was going so good, turn in the blink of an eye? “Oh, well he’s just an alcoholic….their personalities switch at the drop of a hat” my friend Eve says.
You often hear and read the statement ‘There are more single people today than ever before’.
Of course, this is not completely accurate, but when you pay a bit more attention to life in a German city, then you can let this sentence through on the nod.
(The low point would have to be: “I like the way your hair blows in the breeze”.