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So how do people approach one another when they go out?If you want to meet someone, you’d better make your way to the dance floor.Ever since moving to Europe three years ago, and particularly since launching this male-objectifying exercise of a blog, I have been repeatedly advised – no, instructed – to go to Scandinavia.I’m talking about friends, coworkers, readers, you name it, all promising me some sort of cathartic experience in the land of herring and Ikea, complete with the discovery of my own 7-foot tall Bjorn Ironside with superpowers in the sack. To be frank, I went at a time that I’m sufficiently satisfied with my love life (blame it on the new moon), hence this was more explorative research than Viking-hunting mission. They are super empathetic, super friendly and will make an effort to treat you well.
Apparently they have trouble getting into the rules of the Swedish dating game.
Many people regard those who only hang out in the bar as suspicious*. If you catch somebody’s eye, and the two of you look at each other for more than a second, then you’re good to start dancing with each other (at this point, you don’t even have to ask about the dance, you both know it’s coming).
From the moment the two of you start dancing, the rules aren’t as strict as before.
Indeed, given the penchant for copious facial hair amongst hipsters round where I live, I see more men that look like long lost Yetis than long lost Skarsgårds.
On the positive side though, I’m happy to report that the idea of Swedes as dour and stoic, treating conversation as though they’ll be charged by the word one day and not possessing a sense of humour between the lot of them, isn’t quite true either.