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In Copenhagen, where every Friday and Saturday evening see some kind of meat market going on in town, people look at each other for minutes and hours accross the room (party, bar) until one of them comes up to the other and says “my place or your place? Or women just come up to a guy in a cafe, handing their number and saying “I like you, call me”.Although I see the benefits of women being like that, it is so foreign that I can only sweep and cry for all the Latin girls who never dare to do such things.They might have kids, but rarely do they get married.To all of those who spread the information that there are no codes of seduction in Norway, you are wrong. Or what if you are tired of meeting people for one night because now you are 35 and kind of over that. That does not involve alcohol (or so I am told), but a lot of smileys (still) and long conversations through screens, which make it easier for shy Norwegian men (and women) to communicate with potential love-of-their-life without even having to pass out.×676" data-medium-file=" w=155" data-large-file=" w=155" class="aligncenter size-thumbnail wp-image-581" src=" w=150&h=150" alt="cropped-vikings-can-love-500x676.jpg" width="150" height="150" srcset="

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w=720&h=324 720w, w=1440&h=648 1440w, w=150&h=68 150w, w=300&h=135 300w, w=768&h=346 768w, w=1024&h=461 1024w" sizes="(max-width: 720px) 100vw, 720px" / You might ask yourself when seeing this title: is there really anything to say about seduction in Norway? In Italy one could write about the casanovas and the sexy brunettes agreeing with langourious eyes and loud conversations, in France it would be the born-seductors and the classy and snoby Parisian women teasing men with their red lipstick and long cigarettes. Yes the Norwegian people also have some codes and mysteries surrounding seduction, and they will all be revealed to you now!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).As men are not very brave and need a lot of moral support and encouragement to talk to women, I have observed that there is an inversion of roles in what we, Southerners, see as the usual suspects: man chasing woman, woman playing hard to get, man trying to convince woman anyway by telling her that her eyes reflect all the stars of this universe, that she is beautiful, that no, she doesn’t look fat in that dress. They get active and invite men to dance and flirt openly whereas Southern women are taught to do these things subtly and discretely.You know, with a little style and dignity, not drunk with your fake tan getting off your face like I often saw in the UK.

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