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I’m a British woman living in Australia… here is what I HATE about the men Down Under

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Digital marketer Georgia Davies, from York, who moved to Melbourne a few years ago, has been disappointed by men
  • Georgia Davies, from York, moved to Melbourne and HATES men.
  • It took her moving to Australia to realize that British men were more daring.

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A British woman living in Australia has revealed what she hates about Australian men.

Georgia Davisfrom York, says she has been disappointed by the “shy” men she has dated since moving to Melbourne.

Recently speaking about her plight, she told TikTok: “Can we all agree that dating in Australia just isn’t it, at all?”

In it shorten, which has since been viewed 60,000 times, continues: “Here’s the problem: Australian men are beautiful, stunning, exactly my type.” Give me a man with a mustache any day of the week.

‘Yet, why are everyone so shy? “I never realized, coming from the UK, how confident men are there.”

Digital marketer Georgia Davies, from York who moved to Melbourne a few years ago, has been disappointed by the “shy” men in Australia’s dating pool.

Recently, speaking about her plight as a single woman in the country, she told TikTok: “Can we all agree that dating in Australia just isn’t it, at all?”

Georgia continued: ‘In comparison, there is no urgency here with men.

“I feel like guys just don’t make the first move here, which is a little disappointing when you’re very single.”

While the content creator didn’t mind the Aussie’s overall calmer approach to life, she did have one request: make more advances while dating.

“I feel like Australians in general are a lot more relaxed, but if you guys could be a little less relaxed when it comes to dating, that would be great.” Has anyone else experienced this or is it just me?

TikTok users were quick to express their thoughts, with some Australian men taking it upon themselves to defend themselves, but women were also quick to agree with Georgia’s claims.

One admitted: “We’re just afraid of rejection,” and another urged: “Make it really clear to us, please.”

Fans either agreed with Georgia or gave possible reasons why Australian men might be a little less cheeky than their British counterparts.

Fans either agreed with Georgia or gave possible reasons why Australian men might be a little less cheeky than their British counterparts.

Fans either agreed with Georgia or gave possible reasons why Australian men might be a little less cheeky than their British counterparts.

However, one woman did not hesitate to joke: “Listen, Australian men are hell, they don’t get close and they don’t take anything seriously.”

Another agreed: “Too many here are toxic and we’re better off not getting any closer but going camping and it will be a lot more peaceful.”

And one chimed in: “The radio literally just said that only 40% of Australian couples have Valentine’s plans and Australia is the least likely to have plans compared to the world.”

Another said: ‘Australia is big on equality’, while one man wrote: ‘First of all, I don’t think I’m attractive enough to be anyone’s type.

“I hope the approach goes wrong, and secondly, I haven’t seen any girls show any body language or signs of being interested in doing it.”

One woman confessed: “Yes, that’s why my last two boyfriends were from the UK, even though I’m in Melbourne.”

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