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In most parts of the world, a man will see a woman he likes, and he’ll approach her. Maybe he’ll ask if he can buy her a coffee, or some other type of drink. I’ll call it Manhattan behavior, because it was the way people dated when I lived in New York City.
If they’re in a nightclub, he might ask her if she’d like to dance, or maybe go outside and get some fresh air. In fact, they will get you rejected, and then you’ll worry that that you’re being rejected because you’re a foreigner. Danes are not good with strangers, any type of stranger. Men would tell a lady how much money they made, and how much money they were going to make, how much power and influence they had, and how expensive their watch was. First of all, if you have money in Denmark, the government’s going to take it all away.
The issue here is that such subtle signs of interest from men are completely invisible to foreign women’s eyes as we are used to heavy flirting and seeing big signs of 2 meters by 4 made by men especially for us. If so go directly to principle number three: alcohol.
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.
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.
If you are a Scandinavian woman you will look back, with a wink (? The rest seems to be the woman’s job (see principle number 2: inversion of roles).
A Swedish boyfriend has never put his ass on an emotional roller coaster and is always as well.
wrapped this weekend and one character who has truly blossomed has been Alison’s suburban hubby Donnie, played by Kristian Bruun.
The once-monitor, accidental killer and novice drug dealer has been slowly but steadily finding his mojo, even if it’s costed him a couple punches to the face and almost getting his nose cut off in a paper trimmer.
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 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.