Originally Posted by auto90403
Nice pics of the babes, but you'll see the same thing in any decent LA/NYC/Chi club.
Any halfway decent restaurant in winter in Palm Beach is full of babes like those in the pics. Or during the summer in the Hamptons. Or anytime of the year in Malibu and Santa Monica.
And red state America has lots of VFW chapters, biker bars and the like where the people are as nasty looking as those Brits.
The best way to look at it is like this -- good looking women in Europe and America are generally found in places where the men have money, power, and status. (With Capitol Hill in Washington being the notable exception.)
Wait, I thought we were talking about where women are more classy
. The women in the pictures from Stockholm are very good looking no doubt, but I wouldn't call them classy. In fact, they look pretty trashy to me. One of them is wearing a tank top with no bra - that has huge slut
written all over it. I thought when the guy posted the pictures of the women in Stockholm he was posting them as evidence of how un-classy the women are in the pictures.
The bottom line is that you can't say the women of Europe as a whole are classier than the women in the US as a whole for a couple of reasons: (1) Europe is made up of several different countries where people have several different levels of classiness, (2) it appears everyone has a different definition of what it means to be class, (3) within each country there are women who are classy and women who are not.
Be that as it may, I would vote for the United States simply based on the fact that in my experience women here have had an easier time breaking into professional areas that were historically dominated by men - e.g., lawyers, doctors, accountants, bankers, etc. Since women in Europe have had a harder time breaking into those professions, I'd say that their are more classy women in America; whereas in Europe women are a little trashier because they're desperate to find a rich man who will take them away and support them. At least that's been my experience with Europe.