I'm dating an American.
I'm dating an American.
soilwork has a point...
do you define foreign as non american or do you define foreign as someone not of the same nationality than you? language than you? genetic heritage?
please be less general and tell us what you mean so we can work with ya and give the answer you really want ;)
I haven't even had a nativce one yet. X_X
Half Chinese - but very British
I'm Canadian and my boyfreind in from Texas.
oh, but my last BF was Italian.
Russian, there was very little talking but lots of sex.
2 Lebanese guys, 1 Pakistani.
I guess all of mine have been foreign, in one way or another
Several. Probably best I not give the whole list 8').
All my boyfriends were foreigner, meaning from different countries from mine, different language, different culture, totally different in anything.
I'm italian, born and raised in Italy, I hade americans, canadians, french, british, austrian, swedish, spanish, brazilian, german.
Had a couple of Slovakians. Was always a bit difficult to communicate, so I had to start learning slovak.. ;)
Well I am "dating" a peruvian. It is wonderfull except that he lives in Peru, and i love in the U.S. Yeh that part really sucks
My bf, the Little Kuma, is Japanese and some years ago I dated a Mexican student for a few months. It is kind of fun being some ones idea of "exotic"! I think they both liked the idea of driving around in a ute with a blond aussie, hehe.;)
Not yet, but I am very open to Italians and Brazilians. They are all so hot, hot, hot!
my last boyfriend was french
No I haven't had a boyfriend although I would love to have one who spoke either French or Cantonese or Mandarin or all three! I need to brush up on my French and Cantonese plus I need to start speaking Mandarin.
If I dump him or vice versa then not all is lost if you know what I mean. ;)
I'm from the US. I dated a guy from Canada. I also dated a guy from India. Not at the same time.
My partner is Japanese, whilst I am Australian. It is a rich blending. It is a match that I would never have anticipated but neverthless is one that seems to be made in heaven. We have shared the past 4 years together now. I just love him to bits.
My friend dated a Thai. The Thai bf could not pronounced his name - so, he has to settle for whatever his Thai bf could call him - GOLF. : )
I (Dutch) had a relationship for more than 5 years with a Spanish guy. Cultural differences made our realationship a difficult one. The relationship gave me many good things but unfortunately also bad things...
We broke up 1 month ago.
I've had an American bf, he was in the UK at one of the USAF air bases. It was strange to go on base as it was just like driving down the road and arriving in the States. From the money to the food - everything was American! The only difference was that we still drove on the left hand side of the road!
Oh and my Jubby Hubby is a cute lil super-hero from Texas! ;)
Yeah, I've had an Aussie boyfriend. :D
i have a thai boy friend and i love him so much too much and he loves me to
i had a lover who was foreign. actually i was the foreign one and after a while i forgot he had an accent or really that i had one. after that is was boyfriends as usual
My boy friend is Cuban; although he lives in the states now, he does not consider himself American (he has become a citizen).
Language barrier (sometimes), especially around family, but no love barrier.;)
I've 'dated' a few foreign guys...Japanese, Israeli, South African, Cuban, German as well as many Americans of various ethnicities.
Yes, too many to speak of but many of the latin american countries and some european and egyptian .
As an English speaking South African I've mostly dated Afrikaans boys, as was my last boyfriend. (There are still cultural differences between the 2 white groups).
I've also briefly dated a Coloured (mixed race) guy.
I guess I'd be foreign to most of you too :-)
yep - several hot thai guys.. going for a month soon to try find another one!
I dated a guy from Columbia once.
(The country not the University ;) ).
His name was Carlos pronounced Car-low. *|* Talk about some "brown sugar!" Igh-Eeeeee! :p
I loved it when he use so say, "ĄTe amo! ĄDeseo tu cuerpo!" :sex:
Good Stuff! :D
No, but I'd love to.
I'd love to have a UK boyfriend (anyone available??). I'm from South America, just in case you're interested
Yeah, practically most of the times.
At first, cultural barriers seemed like a bit of a problem. Yet, this was sorted out pretty quickly. If the two guys set their minds on having something work out, it most likely does.
Being multilingual and multicultural did not hurt in the first place either...
I'm from the US. MY current boyfriend is Cambodian. I have also dated men from Mexico, Cuba, Argentina, Brazil, South Africa, Egypt, and Korea.
^ I love you and I want your body! :kiss: