Whether your relationship has a title or not, going on dates with someone means you are solely interested in them. It is actually common for both parties of the date to split the bill and pay for their half. Americans are known as one of the friendliest and most outgoing nationalities on the planet, so naturally, you have more chance of being approached by a random stranger in public in America than you do in the UK. This does not mean it does not happen. Also telling someone a date will be awkward is the quickest way to make it awkward. On the other hand, flaunting one's income on a date is considered rude and a major turn-off in the UK.
Two women in two different cities took to Bumble with the same 10 opening statements, each time with a new match, to see what type of responses they would garner in order to determine whether dating is really better or worse on either side of the pond.
Dating On Bumble In The UK Vs The US: A Very Scientific Analysis
Whereas British lasses will happily do, eat and drink whatever they want on a date, American women are much more concerned with appearances, and might opt for a dainty meal and maintain politically correct conversation to make the right impression. The Telegraph claimed in their article that when it comes to physical appearance, Americans care more than Brits. The United Kingdom has traditionally had a considerable influence over the culture of the United States, and today the two share a number of similarities. In America you're "on the prowl" for a date, but, according to Bustle, you're "out on the pull. British men and women think it's appropriate and politically correct for both parties to split the check when out on a date, according to WeLoveDates. Say what you really want. Although Americans keenly embrace this group dating approach, Brits are much more like to go one-on-one, unless they just happen to be out with a group of people, according to BuzzFeed.