Norway appears to have genuine gender equality and never fake one like sleep

Norway appears to have genuine gender equality and never fake one like sleep

We have heard that french individuals smell like shit and so they dont wash…is it real?: ))

Hi Elena really this rumor was once real. During the time of Versailles French people would not clean on their own within the palace and in case i recall well there have been no appropriate toilets, and for that reason they smelled extremely bad. Ergo the reputation that is after us until now ?? But I have always been pretty sure modern people that are french showers every single day.

Hahaha, NO. They – French girls – nevertheless dont have shower everyday. & Most of those dont change panties everyday. Numerous also sleep inside them. Thats two things they share utilizing the German girls. In comparison to that, Norwegians – and other nordics – have become hygienic. But there are lots of really funny statements by Norwegians (I used to travel around Norway with my Norwegian gf, who turned Vegan IF they open their mouth and talk. To nearly every Norwegian, the thought of a Vegan is more alien, than them: She has just arrived from planet Mars if you tell. One had been a waiter in a restaurant: You state she s Norwegian? But vegan? She can never be Norwegian. Anyhow: She talks way too much. (I became doing all of the chatting. She had just verified 3 x the things I stated by saying: Yes)

Another man. You re hitched to a woman from Poland? Yes, i discovered that extremely practical. She does all of the chatting both for of us.

Associated with the nations where guys still need to chase them and spend them and do everything in between and won’t even get thanks in return for them and drive.

Genuine sex does not mean I really like your blog!: that you need to forget to be a gentleman! And dear frog)

Gentleman is just a uk middle-income group concept, so no, you’ll not find a lot of in Norway. And a thing that is good in my opinion. I believe we need to do our better to keep those relative sides of y our culture that means it is small hierarchical. Our flat social framework is really a strength that is huge. It really is however greatly under assault.

Needless to say, this does not always mean we have to be inconsiderate.

It`s maybe perhaps not a thought, it`s something to complete together with your upbringing. Having manners crosses all class barriers. ” Flat structure that is social!! Just in Scandinavia is it possible to break free with that BS.

That one is intended for Dave Smiths final remark, as it absolutely was extremely hard to answer it. Needless to say it offers related to your upbringing! Would you think English upbringing is universal? It really is a thing that is cultural. Exact Same applies to your concept of ways.

We completely disagree with you. The “gentleman” concept is a universal notion of consideration and social elegance, for both sexes. Regrettably, in Norway, this awareness of and consideration for others’ health in the myriad small everyday social situations all of us are now living in has been strangely connected to “bourgeoisie” society, which – almost by meaning – is known as someplace into the vicinity of facist in socialist Norway. In order to avoid this dreaded bourgeoise behaviour, a lot of Norwegians have rather resorted to your “i’m the only real farmer within kilometers, and I also shout because noisy as we be sure to, drive my tractor where we like and piss on my home once I feel just like it”. The separated, “8 kilometres of hill or even a cool fjord between me personally and my nearest neighbour” peasant way of living might have functioned splendidly 120 years back, but today, when many Norwegians have actually moved to the town, this process to people near you just enables you to be removed as being a ancient and inconsiderate brute. You might be a challenge to those around you if you act such as this in contemporary, densley populated areas. Regrettably, this is often how many Norwegians behave, into the towns and cities.

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