We may not have good words for ‘dating’ but we certainly have a great word for that spouse-without-a-wedding-ring we have back home: “samboer.” Which means “together-liver.” And yes, that word works better in Scandinavian.
🙂 If you live with someone in Scandinavia, and especially if you have kids, you are as good as any married couple would be in your country.
I’ve also lived in several non-Scandinavian countries for longer periods – USA, Greece, Germany and Italy, when I was young and single and thus in the dating segment.
But dating was like a foreign language to me – as it is when I watch American movies and television shows.
Some companies may add charges later but we believe everything should be clear from the beginning.
We don’t have any hidden costs and the town hall administration charges are always included in our prices.
This can cause delays and sometimes even cancellations.
At Getting Married in Denmark we work closely with town halls in Denmark and specialise in organising documentation and dealing swiftly with any potential problems that may arise.
The average age of first-time parents in Denmark was 29.1 years in 2014, five years older than the average age in 1970.
A travel company is calling for Danes to have sex - and lots of it - in a tongue-in-cheek competition aimed at tackling the country's low birth rate.
The vast majority of countries set their ages in the range of 14 to 16; only five countries, Cyprus (17), Ireland (17), Malta (18), Turkey (18) and Vatican City (18), do not fit into this pattern.