Whilst this may be a slightly exaggerated metaphor for dating in Denmark, there are some unwritten rules in the land of the Vikings that seem to have become ingrained into their psyche.So here are some tips for making it out alive and a few bits of advice that will help you stand out from the crowd. Don’t approach women at bus stops This particular piece of advice actually applies to most public places, unless alcohol is being consumed (by both parties).Once you get over the idea of talking to a man who has far less arm hair than you do, a quest of confusion begins.” – Julie Aelbrecht, Belgium. And I am happy this is not only about “Latin country vs. There are plenty of other cultures that find Danish mating strategies rather… Apparently, finding a Danish boyfriend is as hard as finding rare elephants. Also Alison Haywood, a student from the United States, faces problems when it comes to dating a Dane: “The hardest thing for me to get used to was not getting hit on at bars and clubs. Just how do you find yourself one of these precious pink elephants?“To flirt or not to flirt” – Honestly, you never know. You just have to look nice, flash your eyes and smile a little bit.Having grown up in Sweden I spent many summer sailing in Denmark, so I have spent plenty of time mingling with the Danes. In Denmark there is a very strong sense of equality between men and women. So don’t expect the guy to walk up to you on a party and buy you a drink. There’s a sense of fairness – you do your bit around the house, they do theirs.
Read on to find out what it’s like dating the Danes. Don’t expect to be a stay at home mom, rather expect that the man will do half the work.Feminine societies are traditionally seen to emphasize good relations, cooperation, charity, and modesty.They consider family and safety as their most important values, and failure is regarded as an accident rather than a disaster.I just now came across an article where an American woman recommended Danish men to study Bond, James Bond. Unlike Americans, Danes and Scandinavians in general, don’t wear their medals on their sleeve. Do not expect them to pursue you like there was no tomorrow.