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Study (Spanish) in the USA as an European
We all know the common opinion about girls in the United States compared to girls elsewhere. However, this if often from out an American point of view.

How would it be for an European (if he can and wants to splash the money out) to study in NYC, Santa Barbara or Austin for example? I can imagine that one has a good exotic factor and the great weather is a great bonus.

You can easily combine it with learning skills such as Spanish, for example by studying the language at an university in Santa Barbara or Texas or wherever.

Wouldn't that be really cool to for an European (repeat, IF you have the money)?

Many would say ''go to Latin America if you want to learn Spanish'' but I don't want to go that route with this thread. It's not about learning Spanish, it is about studying in the USA as an European, Spanish just is an example of something to study.

Or would I better just go somewhere else in Europe? Provided I love blonde girls.

Edit: Should be in travel section perhaps.
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(02-24-2016 12:11 PM)Lime Wrote:  We all know the common opinion about girls in the United States compared to girls elsewhere. However, this if often from out an American point of view.

How would it be for an European (if he can and wants to splash the money out) to study in NYC, Santa Barbara or Austin for example? I can imagine that one has a good exotic factor and the great weather is a great bonus.

You can easily combine it with learning skills such as Spanish, for example by studying the language at an university in Santa Barbara or Texas or wherever.

Wouldn't that be really cool to for an European (repeat, IF you have the money)?

Many would say ''go to Latin America if you want to learn Spanish'' but I don't want to go that route with this thread. It's not about learning Spanish, it is about studying in the USA as an European, Spanish just is an example of something to study.

Or would I better just go somewhere else in Europe? Provided I love blonde girls.

Edit: Should be in travel section perhaps.

Dude studying in NYC is the best, go for it. Girls are cool. People who complain about american girls mostly talk about small cities (I guess), but NYC is really great compared with Europe in terms of girls.
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(02-24-2016 03:59 PM)Ice Wrote:  Dude studying in NYC is the best, go for it. Girls are cool. People who complain about american girls mostly talk about small cities (I guess), but NYC is really great compared with Europe in terms of girls.

Yes from what I've seen in New York, Las Vegas and Santa Monica/Venice Beach.. girls were HOT.

Do American girls like European guys?
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(02-24-2016 12:11 PM)Lime Wrote:  Provided I love blonde girls.

If you love blonde girls specifically, and that is a major factor in your decision, then places where you'll find the most naturally blonde American girls is are Minnesota and Wisconsin. Minneapolis has a large student population, and the girls have mostly good attitudes. I've done very well there.

Of course, none of those places compare to NYC in every other category though.

In my opinion, while you can take Spanish classes anywhere really, it's silly to specifically go to an English speaking country (or Eastern Europe of all places, as you imply) in order to study Spanish. You don't learn to speak and understand a language in a class, you learn it by being surrounded by it 100%.

If you want to travel for pussy, then travel for pussy. Going to where Nordic girls are is not also the place to learn Spanish, at least not seriously. Choose one or the other.

Americans are dreamers too
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(02-24-2016 04:49 PM)Lime Wrote:  Do American girls like European guys?

Yeah that question doesn't really make any sense. If you're an overweight loser nerd they probably won't like you very much. If you're cool, confident and dominant they will like you very much.
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(02-24-2016 04:49 PM)Lime Wrote:  Do American girls like European guys?

Do 300+ million people like 300+ million other people? Thats not a question.

No one here can say if you will be liked, we don't know you, and there are 150 million+ different American girls with different preferences.

Are you a cool, confident guy with style who knows how to talk to girls? If yes, you'll do fine anywhere in the world. If no, you'll struggle.

Americans are dreamers too
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This might be one of the stupidest threads in RVF history. You want to bang blondes and learn Spanish in the US. Then you ask whether American girls like European guys. Also if you think in 2016 that learning a language at a university is a good idea, there's not much I can add.
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As said best spots for blondes are Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Southern California (lots of bottle also lots of natural though). Chicago also has a decent amount.

New York will have some but not as many on average.
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Marty - please read carefully before commenting.

The idea is to sign up on a university for a year in the USA, to study, basically anyhing. It is not about learning Spanish and it is not about how to learn the language. Also - I do speak Spanish already so I don't need the course to teach me Spanish.

The point is: this forum is American minded and I just wanted to ask whether the USA can be a good experience for a young European guy who can extend his youth and splash some money. You can also swap Spanish for history, economics, whatever.
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(02-26-2016 12:16 PM)Lime Wrote:  I just wanted to ask whether the USA can be a good experience for a young European guy who can extend his youth and splash some money.

Of course it can. But it completely depends on you. Simply being European (a huge diverse category) will not help much if you're not already a cool, confident, capable man who has plenty of experience with game.

And, it largely depends where in the U.S. you go. Your question is like an American asking "will I do well in Europe?"

The U.S. is huge and vastly different depending on where you go.

If you want more specific answers you need to explain more about your background.

Americans are dreamers too
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