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.
We may not have good words for ‘dating’ but we certainly have a great word for that spouse-without-a-wedding-ring we have back home: “samboer.” Which means “together-liver.” And yes, that word works better in Scandinavian.
Veel van deze vrouwen zijn wanhopige alleenstaande moeders en gehuwde vrouwen die op zoek zijn naar spannend plezier. Ga je ermee akkoord om de identiteit van deze vrouwen geheim te houden?
I have been contacted by more than one person wanting to date Scandinavian people or even marry one of us. Marrying a Scandinavian Let me answer the last question first: Yes, many of us choose not to get married but that doesn’t mean that we don’t live together or have children in well-established partnerships.
A majority of people throughout the world use a dating site to access a plethora of candidates from different parts of the world.According to national statistics keeper Dansk Statistik, Danish men married 276 women from Thailand and 195 women from the Philippines in 2014, compared to just 98 from Sweden and 91 from Norway.Two-way street Steen Baagøe Nielsen, a lecturer and researcher of culturally-mixed marriages at the University of Roskilde (RUC), contends there are many reasons why Danish men choose an Asian partner and vice-versa. And how do we procreate if we don’t date and don’t marry? 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?