What does charming mean? and Would you say that english girls (in particular) are charming? I know it's a crass generalisation but your views (from both sexes) would be appreciated-
Depends. For me thier prams and stuff put me off pretty quickly. Then seeing them squatting down outside being sick doesnt really do it for me either. Walking past them shagging in the street doesnt get me going much either. Short skirts also are a wild card.
They are also usually fat. No harm meant to those who arent.
So no. As a rule they arent what most people would call charming.
Same as any country really, depends what region you're in. In any given country, you'll get the educated, witty, well-dressed young ladies with decorum, humour and pride in their looks.
Then you go a few miles away and it's "Eyyyy, Donna you ****, gimme me fookin' pint back or I'll shag yer bloke an' that, waaaaaaaah! *dances on pub table while having more-than-just-chunky thighs be molested by the entire village and their grandfathers*"
come on! is this a serious question?
Everyone knows that english "women" are the total opposite of charming.
Simple answer: some are; some aren't.
I am supposedly an "english girl" being born in London but I'm scottish and hungarian so not really. Anyway I don't consider those girls who go around getting rat arsed and acting like "ladettes", burping, whoring and living off benefits "english girls". They are not what the true english are about-its a sub-culture they're proles in my eyes. Its sad that real english girls don't exist much these days. But the charming english girl does still exist. By the charming english girl I mean a girl who is well educated, classy, well dressed, polite and posesses a joie de vivre and a dry sense of humour. I've met those sort of girls and for some reason the majority of them seem to be from well off backgrounds. But having said that, I don't ever think money can buy you charms. I've met working class english girls who are also charming-its really subjective.
**** no. Quite the opposite.