In most parts of the world, a man will see a woman he likes, and he’ll approach her. Maybe he’ll ask if he can buy her a coffee, or some other type of drink. I’ll call it Manhattan behavior, because it was the way people dated when I lived in New York City.If they’re in a nightclub, he might ask her if she’d like to dance, or maybe go outside and get some fresh air. In fact, they will get you rejected, and then you’ll worry that that you’re being rejected because you’re a foreigner. Danes are not good with strangers, any type of stranger. Men would tell a lady how much money they made, and how much money they were going to make, how much power and influence they had, and how expensive their watch was. First of all, if you have money in Denmark, the government’s going to take it all away.The tax department will have your number, real fast.Second of all, Denmark is a very non-hierarchal society, very flat structure.Don’t tell a girl, as I have seen done, yeah, Hmmm…sounds great.Creative industries, like design, and digital media, and video, are also popular in Denmark.
I get a lot of mail from readers of this site, but a lot of the mail I get is on one particular topic. And I can tell you now, most of them will not immediately reject you because you have a different skin color.Here’s one from this week, from Teddy in Ghana: I WANT TO KNOW IF DANES WOMEN WILL DATE A GHANAIAN MAN. And one from last month, from Alex: “Hi, I’d like to know if Danish girls would date a bi-racial Brazilian guy.” And one from late last year: “I’m a gay African American male who would like to date a Dane. ” Basically, a lot of the mail I get is from men, wanting to know how they can get some action in Denmark. I know of several babies of mixed heritage here in Denmark.Here are little things i would like you to know about me. I am a sensitive, intellectual, patient and caring person, have a good sense of humor and am easy to get on with. Hi I am Kim a 49 y/o lawyer living in Copenhagen where I work for my government. I am new on this link, I have not even yet registered my profile or anything, I just happen to see you and think you look nice, so I just wanted to...
I think it’s fair enough to say most women will prefer a man with a steady job, but saying you have a top management position just means that you have to spend a lot of time working and not as much time with your family and friends. So instead, if you want to impress a Danish woman, talk about how your work benefits society at large, particularly how it benefits people who don’t have a lot of resources.
For example, there are a lot of foreign engineers in Denmark.