*German insight to be greatly appreciated 😙
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We're talking about stereotypes here, obviously. Most of them are nice and gentle guys. But unfortunately you may find them boring as they tend to always occupy themselves with the same few hobbies they have. There is a high chance that the guy you'll meet will either want to spend his free time in nature, walking, running, working out or in a beer hall drinking until the house is closed. Which is fun if you do it once in a while or during a traditional festival, but every weekend it's becoming boring as hell. That's the reason I don't spend much time with my German friends. The only thing they do is drinking in a beer hall. And I personally don't like alcoholic drinks.
When you're going to watch a movie with him you must expect it to be dubbed in German. Like 99% of Germans watch their movies like this which I find ugly and stupid. If you'll insist to watch a movie in the original sound he will probably complain that the sound is bad while in reality he doesn't know English well enough and subtitles in non-English speaking movies are also something he cannot do. Something else they like to do is travelling. Germany is in the centre of Europe and you can quickly go to any of the neighbouring countries with a train or car (usually the Czecj Republic for cheap holidays)
I repeat, this is all about stereotypes. If the one you'l meet or have recently met seems to be something special, then good for you.1