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Here is my quick list of the top two dating sites in Norway. There are a couple of dating sites that dominate the market in terms of membership numbers. Your best chance for success will be signing up for the best online dating sites in Norway that I will discuss in detail below. If you can, try to stay in Oslo, the city that has the highest number of singles compared to any other city in the country. Bergen, a city on the coast, is not a bad city to stay in either very beautiful city that tends to be on the warm side during the coldest times of the year. A woman who has only one picture posted, is wearing a tight bikini and making an overly suggestive pose are usually clear signals to steer clear.
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If I had to sign up for just one online dating site in Norway, this would be it. If you live far away from a big city in Norway, this site might not be very useful for you. Sukker prides itself on being a truly born and bred Norwegian company, owned and operated by Norwegians. All-in-all, Sukker is a great site, full of quality, genuine profiles that you can feel safe to communicate and share your information with.
The only drawback to Sukker is that it is a Norwegian service through and through. The site itself is in Norwegian, with no English option, and you need to either have a Norwegian telephone number or actually be in Norway to sign up. To sign up, choose a username and password, and enter your name, email, region, and gender.
Sukker takes the work out of your hands and uses your answers to the 70 questions to match you with other profiles. Sukker goes above and beyond with this process, presenting potential matches visually, using the graphic of a tree. Each leaf on the tree is a different potential match, and the greener the leaf, the more compatible of a match this profile is to you.
There are also flowers under the tree to represent what the leaves are matching well to: age, children, height, etc. As a highly visually-oriented person, I quite enjoyed this feature, but I can easily imagine it coming across as slightly gimmicky to other people. I would have liked it a more standard list of profiles, showing photos, was also available as an option.
As a free member, you can send winks, different colored hearts, and messages to thousands of different singles, even paid members.
The catch is that only premium members will be able to read your messages. Sukker is refreshingly upfront and honest about the potential dangers of fraudulent profiles seeking to scam you out of your money. Another unique feature of Sukker is how they bring the online dating experience into the real world, by organizing singles parties.
These parties take away a lot of the pressure some members might feel about meeting up in real life with someone they met online. Yes, I found that very practical. She does all the talking for both of us.
And dear frog I really like your blog! Gentleman is a British middle class concept, so no, you will not find many of those in Norway. And a good thing too I believe.
I think we have to do our best to maintain those sides of our society that makes it little hierarchical. Our flat social structure is a huge strength.
It is however very much under attack. Having manners crosses all class barriers.
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Only in Scandinavia can you get away with that BS. This one is meant for Dave Smiths last comment, as it was not possible to reply to it. Of course it has to do with your upbringing! Do you believe English upbringing is universal? It is a cultural thing.
Same goes for your definition of manners. I totally disagree with you. You are a problem to those around you if you behave like this in modern, densley populated areas. Unfortunately, this is exactly how many Norwegians behave, in the cities. Myself Norwegian, I find Norway is populated by too many inconsiderate brutes, though not everywhere and everyone. You can find descent, considerate people all over Norway, here and there. I think these two about gender equality make a man sound like a jerk.
In some countries everyone holds the door for everyone, not just men for women. Sweetie, this is Norway. Well I was basically asked about my 5-year plan.
To add to that, it came from a guy who was just 28 and already seriously looking for a wife to have kids with. So weird. There is one finnish example, but i have lived in Finland, and knows that she is never going back there. Oh I am a German living in Norway and I am even from Berlin which is known for a bit of rough tough attitude and I find the lack of charm and manners in Norwegians quite tough to handle.
It does not make a difference if I get stuck in a door together with a man, because he did not let me go first or if my Norwegian and very charming boyfriend holds a door for a woman and she just walks through with that slightly pissed expression on her face that people here master so well. I agree with what was said before likestilling should not be mistaken with bad manners and impoliteness. I happily hold the door for an elderly man and let people get off the train first before I enter, man or woman.
I have many German friends in Norway. They all have responses similar to yours to Norwegian lack of manners and consideration.
Though due to their manners and politeness, they voice their criticisms in sotto voce. They also bear Norwegian rudeness with high morale and resiliance, all the while trying to learn the language, the culture, and trying to keep open minds, understanding and not being condemming or defeated or hostile over the hordes of inconsiderate people they suddenly have to navigate every day in their new lives.
They all seem happy when their contracts are over, though, and look forward to going home.
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Those last answers just support the same: You all dont understand Norwegians. I dont blame you. They are hard to understand. I was more than shocked, the first time I reached Norway. But with time I learned to emphasize, and apreciate their special ways of being. They dont even shout: Hey, I m Norwegian. They are just there. Take it, or leave it. And I have four kids! Would you marry me?
I think most of those questions and behavior above are so reasonable. Especially no. Would love a guy to ask me no.
I agree about gender equality but while my short stays in Norge, noone banged the door in my face. Most of the guys were polite enough to hold the door for me etc. I guess this is probably because they knew how it was in Europe. And that made them even cuter! We do have special interest in experiencing girls from different parts of the world. Norwegian men are very cheap and zero dignity when it comes to date an Asian women, they worship her and suddenly become fake and primitive.
Oh it happened exactly the same with me.
Im from South America and im very educated, high level, intelligent. He hit in me for weeks, treated me so good, kind, generous, and when he leaved i met him in a triphe changed completely.
He is fake and ridiculous! On the first date, he wants to know if you want children?
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