Dating men site norway
As far as I read you argued that we had to put our foot down and say our nation was born during the independence from Denmark -- which I sense is a bit odd given that there were no independence, merely a handover (and a botched bid for independence) to the Swedish crown. Of course we might seem a bit cold and quiet compared to americans, but we loosen up with alcohol.But for the sake of argument, let's say I had a momentary fit of blindness and didn't actually read the post I replied too -- could you then kindly be less redundant and point out what makes you think I didn't read your post. If you're physically active, open minded with a good sense of humor you'll find someone easily Sports and particuallry skiing is quite popular and being healty is considered very important here.With all the unions over the centuries, Norway has still always been Norway.The patriotism in Norway was re-invigorated with national romanticism and independence after the break with Denmark.
The reason I did it like this was just to avoid a comment like yours. A bit of a longer gaze, or a lift of the eyebrow, could help.I think the majority of my hook-ups are the result of the girl or friend-of-girl asking me, which makes me believe that girls in Norway are very active. Might add that I frequent usually student bars where girls often are the majority anyway. Can a Norwegian or someone very familiar with this beautiful country please explain to me how dating/hook-up culture works amongst, specifically, the young? All in all things are not too different in Norway when it comes to relationships.I am a 21 year old American female interested in a Norwegian male (also 21), and would like to know... Women however, tend to be more active in Norway in my experience. Also, it's impossible to give a definite answer to your questions, but I can give you my experiences.
Just a minor off topic nitpicking here; Norway is definitely not a young nation.