I spent five years living in Manhattan and, frankly, I’d rather stick pins in my eyes than go out on date with another American woman.

Is this sour grapes or he is accurately describing reality?

They invariably had a check list of questions that they shamelessly ran through over the course of the evening. What did I do for a living? What part of town was my apartment in? What kind of car did I drive? It was less like a romantic encounter than an extremely tough job interview.

Reality!

Even when I managed to jump this fence, I was still a long way from the finish line. North American women have a reputation for promiscuousness that is thoroughly undeserved.

Sour grapes!

When American women complain that there’s a shortage of eligible men what they mean is there’s a shortage of tall, unattached, rich men who still have their own hair.

Reality!

American women judge potential partners according to how many attributes they possess rather than what they’re like as people. These are, in descending order: social status, net worth, physical appearance, apartment, summer house and, a long way down the list, personality. No man is held to possess any intrinsic value – we’re all just the sum of our assets.

Both!

The author is your typical beta who doesn’t understand why he can’t meet a  nice American girl by just being himself. I understand his grievances, but New York City is not a place where you can be an average guy and pull desirable women. He was actually so embittered by his experience that he wrote an America hater book called How To Lose Friends And Alienate People. What a loser for not having a good time in a country and then writing a mean book about it!

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