British chaps would appear to be more old fashioned than their US equivalents, the data reveals.
There is also no "three-date" rule for sexual encounters or three-month trial period to see where the relationship is going, as is seen in the United States. Making the first move is difficult for either gender in Britain.
Aggressively pursuing a date is often seen as desperate and off-putting and giving out phone numbers is not common without at least an evening's interaction first.
Whether a sign of creeping cultural imperialism or just an excuse to get bladdered on Bud Light and eat undercooked hotdogs, I'm unsure.
However, it's made me think about the differences between us and our pals across the pond.
Pubs and clubs are also extremely common places to meet people in Britain.
British people might "hook-up" in a pub or nightclub and continue a relationship from there.
So what does the UK dating scene have going for it, according to this research?
It seems to me that we're a lot more down-to-earth, for a start.
Global data from online dating site has identified some of the major contradictions.
Some are subtle, like how women in the US are half an inch taller on average, but others are more significant.
The American men I've dated were (coincidentally) all from DC.