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I have no idea which of my friends are married and which “only” live together.But I know from statistics that more people live together than are married – and that is counting all the old people who got married back when that was still something you did (in Norway it was illegal to live with someone without being married up until 1972 – imagine that! Dating a Scandinavian I’ve always been fascinated by American date movies because it’s like watching some weird rituals in some far-away country I don’t know very much about.The statistics on the female male ratio of Polish people in Norway are interesting.Definitely, Polish ladies here are in the minority.They’ve met online and now they’re going to meet in person for the first time. "It was veering from one side to the other because the woman was sitting on the man's lap while he was driving and doing the act, shall we say," said Tor Stein Hagen, a superintendent with Soendre Buskerund district police.Dating rules – the Scandinavian version Dating, as mentioned above, is what we don’t do. I`ll make you a list of what we don’t do so you’re not confused: Edit March 2019: Do you want to read a romance that takes place in Scandinavia? I’ve written a short story about a woman from Arizona and a man from Norway.
18 to 31 years olds are the second group with 25,000 people.
It seems that job opportunities in Norway attracted more men than ladies, but that does not mean that your chances of finding a partner is getting smaller as a man.
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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?
The Scandinavian word for ‘date’ is really old-fashioned and one my grandmother might have used but probably didn’t because I don’t think she dated either.