They certainly are according to Leah Mc Laren, a blonde Canadian journalist whose recent article in The Spectator, "What's wrong with you guys", denigrating the romantic ways of the modern English male, has since been circulated in the qualities and the tabloids.
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Take one of my first experiences with an English man. I said, "Sure." He didn't call me back for another week. He told me that he didn't understand what "sure" meant. Leah complains that English men communicate by texting her instead of calling to chat (then don't give them your mobile number – kindly ask them to call you at home and they probably will), and she seems to be hitting on only one type of man – the Old Etonian.
Take it from me love, you are barking up the wrong tree.
If you don't show that you are keen or you care, they'll play it cool and probably take a hike in their John Lobb loafers, leaving you behind in the urban smog.
, almost all of her awkward moments took place on Nickelodeon.
I remember being whisked off to New York by my fourth and final Old Etonian boyfriend, and after two nights of complete boredom in our sprawling suite at the Waldorf, I had to ask him if any romance at all would factor into our trip. Leah is also playing the dating game by The Rules – the late Nineties relationship handbook that flew to the top of the US bestseller lists and reaped results for countless New York women. She expects men to do what The Rules dictate: all of the work – make all of the phone calls, pick up all of the cheques, send flowers, while women should play hard to get – resist calling back, let him pay for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Such an approach might work in Canada, where men are extremely traditional – but in London, dinner may be on him, but he's probably not going to spring for breakfast and lunch (although he might, like Ludlow, whip up something scrummy from his Le Caprice cookbook).
went off the air, and you may still be reeling from the loss of her flawless comedic timing on your screen on a weekly basis.