Love dating norway
2 are married, 2 minors (14 & 17), 2 adult(19 & 24).
My jobbes, it's dansing love natur i am designer, i design food, hair, make music i am kokk so i like very much to make good food.
Despite the delay in marriage, many Norwegians find themselves in committed relationships through the dating process, which often leads to living together and even having children (most first born children in Norway are born out of wed-lock).
These things, much like gaining an education and starting a career, are often viewed as more important than marriage itself.
II grew up, in IVORICOST, and i come to Norway, i am hair dresse. I have transport company and working for self, № boss I'm own boss; ) I have alot of friends around the work, I grew up in Norway and in my own country. I have I like reading a lot, infarct metaphysics novels, especially by Tuesday Tom Clacy I love cooking, playing squash and watching basketball and talk shows like Oprah Winfrey talk show in the Harpo Studio, I attend nursing I am 32.
Although not so much outgoing, I really enjoy having special times with special persons.
Note: this was inspired by a twitter competition called #First Date Questions.
Did you hurt yourself when I banged the glass door in your face? Sweety, this is Norway, women are not treated like children here, they are expected to hold and carry everything themselves. Also, if you have other input on things men say, bring it on.
I mean drunk enough not to remember what we are about to do? If you know any girl from Fiji, North Korea or Romania let me know, I am interested! Perhaps you would take care to join me in this very important society and we will all have the chance to taste the best in the whole of norway and the rest of the world later! 49 yrs old seeking for someone who can be a friend and a great companion as well. Many young people want to establish themselves as individuals prior to marrying, which means dating is generally drawn out over time as individuals place education, careers, exploration, and owning a home as higher priorities than marriage.Most Norwegians date much as they do in other European and North American countries, but rarely does a relationship become serious until the couple is in their mid-20s if not older.