Any british ladies in NY are free to email me if they like.
pip pip , cherrio , lolollol, sorry , couldn t help myself, Im not sure where the term come s from or its true meaning, but it does sound romantic , no !
The ODA Code of Practice is binding on members of the Association.
Here are more, "Southern Bell" "georgia peach" sometimes "little chacita" There is one for about every culture but they boil down to usually identifying the sweet ,kind women of that culture.
At least that is the way that I like to see them in my minds eye.
I can't speak for other men, but here's what I think: Even though a person's nationality and culture is sure to have an influence on their personality, I try not to generalize too much.
I remember going though a phase in school where I wrote all of my 'English' papers with British spellings then brought into school a copy of the OED to show that I had indeed spelled them correctly.
It could also have something to do with the accent, or proper pronunciation.
My worldview probably sounds corny to a lot of people.