Trying to get some understanding into this guy would be like banging your head against a brick wall. This is just one person, you might say. One example of a drunken guy trying to chat up a girl. Having lived in Toronto all of sixteen years now, I can safely say this classless boy is my representation of the guys in the city. I am not saying that all Toronto guys lack class, but they surely are lost when dealing with a woman.
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Montreal Dating Tips: Meeting Dynamic Singles in Quebec
By Emma Appleby May 28, Last week I was cycling down Sherbrooke Street, dutifully wearing the never cute but always lifesaving bike helmet, when I passed a group of dapper young men in their late twenties or early thirties. They were wearing suits and standing in front of a church--presumably there had been a wedding. I found myself lingering, watching: Why was a shirt and tie and a well-fitted suit, mind you suddenly such a turn-on?
I'm not going to generalize and say ALL Montreal men lack basic etiquette and chivalry, but from my experience, most guys do seem to forget these two things. I'm going to run you through a couple of scenarios that will most probably sound very familiar. You're on a first dinner date with this new guy, everything seems to go smooth. The waitress arrives and asks if you'd like one or two bills.