It's common to use the word "partner" (same meaning and pronunciation as in English) about your significant other, in both heterosexual and homosexual relationships. Danish women are impervious to pickup artist pseudo-mind games to the extend that someone actually wrote an entire book about it.You're far better off talking about some topic of common interest.Okay, this one's a little hard to explain, so here's a made-up example: Foreign girl makes a joke, poking fun of her new Danish "kæreste".
If you have a drunken one-night-stand, it's not uncommon to grab breakfast together the next day before you part ways.
People are generally pretty relaxed about hanging out with former partners or people they've had casual sex with.
Designed and co-created by 20-year old entrepreneur Daniel Deloya, the new app Teazr, just released on App store, is a mash-up between Tinder and Snapchat and aims to make matching and setting the first date faster and more honest.
First, like with Tinder, users see a limited profile of the other person and decide whether it attracts them or not.
Though it's becoming more common, going on "dates" is not really a big thing amongst the younger generation.