Dating for woman and man in norway

w=720&h=324 720w, https://afroginthefjord.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/seduction-2-2.jpg? w=1440&h=648 1440w, https://afroginthefjord.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/seduction-2-2.jpg? w=150&h=68 150w, https://afroginthefjord.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/seduction-2-2.jpg? w=300&h=135 300w, https://afroginthefjord.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/seduction-2-2.jpg? w=768&h=346 768w, https://afroginthefjord.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/seduction-2-2.jpg? w=1024&h=461 1024w" sizes="(max-width: 720px) 100vw, 720px" / You might ask yourself when seeing this title: is there really anything to say about seduction in Norway? In Italy one could write about the casanovas and the sexy brunettes agreeing with langourious eyes and loud conversations, in France it would be the born-seductors and the classy and snoby Parisian women teasing men with their red lipstick and long cigarettes. Yes the Norwegian people also have some codes and mysteries surrounding seduction, and they will all be revealed to you now!As a disclaimer I must say they are probably not all revealed here, just those I’ve managed to catch despite poor Norwegian language skills and many cultural misunderstandings.I think Norwegian men are the best looking I have seen.

We may not have good words for ‘dating’ but we certainly have a great word for that spouse-without-a-wedding-ring we have back home: “samboer.” Which means “together-liver.” And yes, that word works better in Scandinavian.

The only time one actually tried to talk to me was at a club and he was drunk as a skunk...

My friend told me that they probably stare because i am colored, which made me feel pretty weird.

And how do we procreate if we don’t date and don’t marry?

So the few times we have to use the word ‘date’ (usually to describe something foreigners do) we use the English word for it. So how do we figure on top of these lists of “happiest people in the world,” you wonder?

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