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We did not take ourselves seriously at all while it seemed like everyone else was. ) Jennifer is a Canadian living amongst the puckered pale flesh and scorching ginger hair of Glaswegians.I'm not complaining nor am I making any judgements on either culture; I'm just trying to understand British men (ugh) and assimilate to the Scottish ways – without turning into a slag. I've linked to this Leah Mc Laren article about British men before and even though she received a lot of harsh criticism for it, I think she is generally right.(Fine print: Don't worry, Mom. After a mid-twenties life crisis and yearning to escape puritan ‘Toronto the Good’, she moved to Glasgow in March 2006. If you believe any of the information on this page is incorrect or out-of-date, please let us know.I'm not the only North American woman to come to this conclusion either. Expatica makes every effort to ensure its articles are as comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date as possible, but we're also grateful for any help!(If you want to contact Expatica for any other reason, please follow the instructions on this website's contact page.) The details you provide on this page will not be used to send any unsolicited e-mail, and will not be sold to a third party. The carriages have now both been meticulously restored by volunteers.
They struck over the festive period daubing a crude 'Banksy' on one carriage and spraying another with garish green and pink graffiti.
Afterwards, it is decided whether or not they are a couple or just a sad pathetic fumble in the dark.
Back in Toronto, men and women – again – meet through friends, work or in a bar/club but that's where the similarities mostly end.
Or rather, they don't ‘date’ in the way that you and I (fellow Torontonians and people of the world at large) may be familiar with.
Over here, it seems that young men and women meet through friends, work or in a bar/club and after meeting and consuming alcohol, the newly acquainted individuals go back to someone’s flat and shag.