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In Johannesburg, you can’t take 5 steps in a club without someone propositioning you, telling you you’re gorgeous or asking to buy you a drink.
This is simply because the dating culture is all about men being on the hunt for their prized trophy – a girl.
I have never been to a place that has more single moms with young babies. I know that in the States, going on dates is quite a big thing and people regularly try out a different guy on each day of the week. The other option that is hot on everyone’s lips at the moment is the infamous Tinder app.
I like the idea of meeting lots of cool and interesting people that way but I’m a little weary of dates in general. I am rather cynical when it comes to these things but I have joined Tinder and have checked out a few men in the vicinity.
What is left, is a bunch of commitment-phobic lost boys who continue to play make believe. I am willing and able but yet I am faced with the sad truth that perhaps this is not a city of dating.
I would even go so far as to say that I think German men, in general, are well built and attractive.
Usually, the woman will have to be extremely obvious about her intentions in order to get any response.
For me, coming from patriarchal South Africa, that’s just ludicrous.
He is toned because he dances between 12 and 36 hours a day (you do the math) and he is tanned because of all the open airs he attended this summer.
His favourite adjective is “super” and he probably hasn’t read a book since the 70s, which coincidentally was the last time he was drug-free.