Now that the sun is out and the girls are dressin’ less, most ardent seducers’ minds will turn turn to the fresh tsunami of young hotties that flood the streets of the world’s great cities each summer.
The first thing to understand is that London is vast, its 8.3 million population only just below that of Manhattan, its surface area over twice as extensive.
Sure, that means the population density is half that of the Big Apple, but take it from me, if you’ve ever tried to get on a the subway (or “the tube” as it’s known) here during rush hour then you’ll quickly see that the central districts (where realistically most game will take place, as opposed to the suburbs) are crammed with people.
I spend a lot of time in Berlin, the next-largest European city, and believe me, there’s no comparison.
London is easily the largest city in the EU and certainly the largest There are literally thousands of opportunities out there every day, and the city’s size cloaks each poon transaction in welcome secrecy.
You may have read stories on the internet about English girls being only second to their US counterparts in drunkenness, bitchiness, entitlement and weight gain.
You may also have read that they are not very attractive.
While it would be unfair to taint all Brit girls with the same brush, and while some are extremely attractive, the truth is that for every Keira Knightly, you also get one of these: Fortunately, then, not only is London massive, it is also incredibly multicultural.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author of the Sherlock Holmes book, described it as “that great cesspool into which all the loungers and idlers of the Empire are irresistibly drained.” That was in 1887—fast forward 127 years and this phenomenon has only grown exponentially. Economic insecurity in Poland and more recently Spain have meant literally thousands of young hotties have poured in, searching for waitress jobs and excitement.
In January 2014, Bulgarian and Romanian immigrants were granted the same rights to work here as those from other EU countries.