Norwegian dating etiquette
And then sometimes people hit it off and get together, and after many complicated commitments decide to call each other girlfriend and boyfriend. They might have kids, but rarely do they get married.
The third basic principle, which is the most important of all, is the link between all the principles, the foundation of Norwegian seduction. Most would say that the French also drink alcohol, and that is true obviously.
Apparently Scandinavian women are not used at all to be told by men “no thank you I am not interested in having sex with strangers whom I’ve had no conversation with beforehand”.
They got quite angry (of course this is second-hand information, I never experienced it myself).
You know, with a little style and dignity, not drunk with your fake tan getting off your face like I often saw in the UK.
In Copenhagen, where every Friday and Saturday evening see some kind of meat market going on in town, people look at each other for minutes and hours accross the room (party, bar) until one of them comes up to the other and says “my place or your place? Or women just come up to a guy in a cafe, handing their number and saying “I like you, call me”.