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"Don't be too emotional, it didn't work for me," said Caroline Griffin.
"Seduction in Norway is not simple at all for foreigners," concludes Lou Déguin, an expat from France, who chronicled her experiences online dating in Norway in her blog A Frog in the Fjord.
Much as we love them, Norwegians aren't always the easiest people to get to know, let alone romance.
So for anyone embarking on the disconcerting experience of dating a Norwegian, here are The Local's top twelve tips. "Don't do it, that's your advice right there," said expat Marc-Antony Davies when asked for tips on dating Norwegians.
Its called Winks and it connects you with people who might actually be around you at the moment.
They can be sitting next to you sipping coffee at your favorite donut place or even in the park where you are walking your dog.
To start a conversation on Blume, just send a new selfie. The app only allows you to view selfies for seven seconds before you take your pick.
Sending photos of yourself makes the experience a lot more personal and a lot less awkward than a simple “How are you? Hi My Name Is Speaking of awkward exchanges, another Nordic dating app has a name that starts off with one, Hi My Name Is.
The link takes you to a quick-and-easy download of what we think is the ultimate dating app for expats.
Instead of sending selfies to your match, you can send a video greeting to them.
There are a lot of ways this would work for most people.
From our other editions: If, on the other hand, you’re looking for love in another of The Local’s countries then we have plenty more tips for you.
The expat had moved abroad and was overjoyed with the decision.