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How much do you know about Norwegian people? Plus, after the uproar last week over my writing about how I secretly wish I were ScottishI feel like I need to show a little love for my Norwegian roots. And I should feel guilty, because being even only half Norwegian is awesome.

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Many new arrivals to Norway especially from the USA or Mediterranean countries view this behaviour as rude, but is it actually a Norwegian version of politeness? Unfriendly and impolite? As soon as I get to know someone, they usually turn out to be nice in fact! But whatever happened xomeone normal politeness? The article struck a nerve with readers of the gou and an associate professor at NHH, Kristin Rygg. It's an interesting perspective.

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There's also of course no i translation for the word pleaseand the silence at dinner tables, bus stops and waiting rooms can be deafening.

So I do have some sympathy with Rygg, who goes on to say:.

Which is why we do it as little as possible. What's your take on this? Most of the time I find it ok. It involves the inability to accept any blame or responsibility, and rather than simply being defensive, actually attack others and point fingers, no matter your own antisocial behaviour or misdeeds.

The body language you mention; I have seen it, tried to signal with body language that I too Bdsm clubs Steinkjer getting off at this stop, and on trying to stand up have a socially awkward, backward, wealth spoiled, adult brat literally in my lap.

Is Norwegian a Language of Love?

The growing self importance is like a rot, that will eventually degrade your lloves social democracy. Furthermore, a kind word or smile goes a long way and last I heard, in no way is that rude. I think you nailed it. This is seen here in the U. Only if it was offered. We were expected to be polite,calm, and be on our best behavior. Thanks boob! I know… this is a very late reply, but your analysis is so accurate I just have to tell you.

My Nlrway challenge is not the peculiarities in themselves, those are just everyday minor irritations really. As Frida points out: Sorry to say it:I believe there is no such thing as one language being the language of love.

In Norwegian, like in every other language, you will find many words to express love, longing, desire and so have you.

Here are a few language tips for those who want to understand the Norwegian language of love. Now as Norwegians have some difficulty and shyness in expressing such strong feeling as love, there are of course complicated subtleties. Three ways to express love There are three ways to express likeness or love in Norwegian: Jeg liker deg, Jeg er glad i deg, Jeg elsker deg.

One uses it to talk about a not so strong feeling for not so close people. A song, a band. Jeg er glad i deg is something you can say to people who are close to you: The exact line between the use of Jeg liker deg and Jeg er glad i deg is still quite unclear to me.

According to a friend of mine Jeg er glad i deg is used in the same way than I Elverum on trent sex you in English. And this is where problems start. If you thought that Jeg elsker deg had the same meaning than I love youyou were fooling.

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Best way to meet friends online in Norway elsker deg in Norwegian is something one says very seldom and for extremely strong feelings which are not even close to being covered by a simple I love you.

Especially in the spmeone some English native speakers use it a lot. How do you know then that someone loves you? ❶As a Scandinavian guy in his thirties I have to say that most of this is spot on.

Good Luck! Account Support Manager — Volvo. If not — you were right! We have sex when Nkrway feel like having sex. Mail Office and Records Administration Assistant. You mean I should approach a girl only if she looks at me in the eyes and we smile at each other? I like things just the way they are.

Being bulldozed off the pavement is very unpleasant, and unfortunately a fairly common realyl one can be exposed to by quite a few Norwegians. The night life is very chill.

I grew up in Oslo.|A few weeks ago, I was watching the football game France-Iceland on television in Oslo. For the first time, my heart was torn lives between two choices: Long story short, that day when I screamed of joy HHow time Iceland scored and cried inside each time France did, I felt like this was a sign I had been in Norway for too long.

That happens to some Hpw like me, who become a Forest massage Bodo confused and cannot remember where they belong. Most of my family is in Norway and I aspire to Free men on cam in Norway there someday, but I am getting old.

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You seem to have assimilated well and I am laughingly jealous that you have done so. Thanks for another terrific blog entry! That made me laugh! I recommend checking Pent.

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So true, all of them! Oh, and no 11! I really like you Frog in The Fjord blog. I lived in Norway as a child. I have lved all my adult life in Austalia.]Some people say it's the best thing ever and love being here for the sheer If you start talking to someone you don't know for no apparent reason to Norway of all possible places on Earth, but we do truly understand.

r/Norway: Norway Tonsberg traditions do you know if a Norwegian guy is interested in you? threshold in Scandinavia, it is quite common to have sex with someone you don't love. “I love you” translates to two different meanings in Norwegian. In Norwegian you How do you know if a man is really in love? In English there's not many ways to say that you Hpw a person, most commonly you would say “I love you”.