Dating man 47 iceland
There are a couple of ongoing myths about the dating life here in Iceland. Being such a small country we have a very good system that helps to keep track of who is related and who isn’t.
One is that we are constantly dating our relatives, another that we actually never go on dates and another one that sex is such a normal thing everyone is doing it all the time with everyone. The reason this myth has blossomed is, I think, because we have these amazing records dating back over a thousand years so if me and this guy I am seeing share the same great, great, great, great, great grandmother, we are going to know.
My parents, for example, share the same great x 6 grandparents but they aren’t really related.
It just sounds like it because they can actually trace this. Who knows you might even be more related to your spouse, you just don’t know it…
It’s huge in the dating game a must for anyone who wants to join the Icelandic dating game.
Also a good place for tourist to meet locals, get tips and meet up for a fun conversation.
So we and prefer weird places where we are unlikely to meet anyone.
Another common “first date” is grabbing hangover food the day after partying after meeting up downtown.
Now I am going to ask my parents to stop reading, right here. It’s been long since we started to speak about women as sexual beings.
When I started writing this blog I googled to see the questions which have been left unanswered and I noticed that this one came up a lot.
First let me say, Icelanders are in general not racist. I can at least speak for me and my friends when I say that race is not an issue when it comes to dating.
Very rarely will an Icelandic person walk up to another one and just ask him/her out. Unless it’s at a bar, the rules change after a drink or four.
Oh and since I’m on this topic, everyone can ask everyone out.