Free sex dating norway

24 Feb

Feminine societies are traditionally seen to emphasize good relations, cooperation, charity, and modesty.

They consider family and safety as their most important values, and failure is regarded as an accident rather than a disaster.

I quickly realised I would have to make some effort to build a social life outside of my workplace (and supermarket): my colleagues, however very nice, ran out of the office every day at 4pm to reach the barnehage on time, so there weren’t going to be beers and chats and come-over-for-dinner-tomorrow here.

So one tries out ways to meet people, like skiing classes, joining a band, or online dating.

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I mean drunk enough not to remember what we are about to do? If you know any girl from Fiji, North Korea or Romania let me know, I am interested!

Don’t put pictures of you sweating in spinning class (unclassy) but do put a picture of you rafting down a crazy river in Thailand, or cycling up some road in South of France with a beautiful view of the sea behind you (nice tan is a must have here). I don’t think it’s because people are boring, just that they don’t want to seem to eccentric or too confident. So you end up with having to read this kind of sentence so many times your eyes hurt: “I like to stay at home, but sometimes I go out with friends.

Then, you need to be kind of the same as everybody else but a bit different. I also like going to cafes.” Oh wow, just like the rest of the 500.000 people living in this city.

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The French saying “A bottle of alcohol is ugly in the hands of a woman” probably never existed here. Once I overheard a Norwegian who had just arrived in a party say “Oh damn I don’t know anyone here, I need to get drunk fast”.

That says it all: quite uncomfortable in any kind of social situation which doesn’t involve people they’ve known since kindergarden, alcohol gives most Norwegian the power to chat freely with strangers without any internal boundaries.

The absence of pressure to fulfill certain gender-based stereotypes fosters a liberal attitude toward sex, dating, and marriage.

Denmark ranks among the most “feminine” societies in the world.