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Trish has also been asked out by a guy who approached her while she was locking her bike, but he ghosted her (didn't get in touch with her again) after one date.
One German guy who she had jokingly called a “dork” had translated the word to mean “idiot” in a very literal sense.
“They get lost in the city but becoming part of the city doesn't really allow a relationship because you have so many options to choose from.” Knowing that there's someone else out there is a “disadvantage”, says Gi, because you can never “give yourself completely to one person”.
Gi was in a stable relationship when she lived in Dortmund for six months but both didn't want to do long-distance when she moved to Berlin.
Rebecca is now in a stable relationship and met her partner through a language exchange after three years of using online dating apps, proving perhaps that love does really strike at times you don't expect.
“Us chatting for a half hour each in each others' languages turned into a serious relationship,” she says.