Norway dating customs
Norway dating customs - updating a 70s house
Which is good, I guess, when you think in terms of gender balance, feministic battles etc. but very bad for those others who were not raised in the North and who try to adapt to these foreign codes of equality even on their way to the bedroom.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.
Oh I have a that country coloured already on my world map of origin of girls I had sex with. You know, for our kids to grow up in nature and stuff.
What happens to women who grew up in such setting when they end up in Norway?
Being used to be seduced for weeks and months by men, with flowers and travels and dreams come true? So second conclusion: Norwegian women are fearless.
Here it is a little Post-it hidden in the guy’s pocket. It is only after some years in Norway that I realised that men do flirt in their own peculiar way in order not to do anything that might invade your private space.p So conclusion number one: men won’t do anything more than just looking at you for a few seconds to show interest because they are shy and/or scared and/or very respectful of women. The second basic principle is logically linked to the effect of the first principle. Scandinavian women work for it, whereas we sit there and bat our eyelashes.
As men are not very brave and need a lot of moral support and encouragement to talk to women, I have observed that there is an inversion of roles in what we, Southerners, see as the usual suspects: man chasing woman, woman playing hard to get, man trying to convince woman anyway by telling her that her eyes reflect all the stars of this universe, that she is beautiful, that no, she doesn’t look fat in that dress. They get active and invite men to dance and flirt openly whereas Southern women are taught to do these things subtly and discretely.
I found out that the Norwegian art of seduction is based on three basic principles. In any setting (a metro, a party, a bar) a man or a woman will look at you directly in the eyes for several seconds.
You might think, like me, that this guy is looking at you in a strange way. NO he is trying to seduce you with his hypnotising long eye-contact. Men will rarely do more than that in their part of the Norwegian seduction process.
Some men (not all of course) already flirt heavily when uninvitied, so imagine if you actively seek attention.
To avoid being harassed as well as to be taken as “easy” or worse, Southern European women smile a little, ignore a little, and let the guy suffer and try hard to seduce them.
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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.