I find it amazing you can travel a few hundred kilometres east to Denmark, Sweden and Norway and find women who are goddesses. New app Carrot Dating has been slammed as borderline prostitution and has been banned by Apple (it’s still available on Android).My site allows British men to meet beautiful women around the world.’ Terkelsen’s take on the quality of British women has caused some fury. It allows men to tempt women with ‘carrots’ such as dinner and skydiving.One thing that I've heard time and time again from Danish women is that their male counterparts are hopeless at flirting, or at least at flirting well.I'm not suggesting you go crazy but if you can talk the talk it may go a long way, especially with that accent many Danish girls will find adorable – more on that later.When the Secret Diamond Club launched in Britain two weeks ago, its server crashed because of the volume of women logging on to upload their profiles.The idea of being wined and dined by wealthy men who can afford a yearly membership costing up to £60,000 was clearly an attractive prospect.Located in northern Europe, Denmark like other Scandinavian countries boasts of a superior quality of life.Along with equal economic opportunities, welfare schemes and cultural interests, Danish society offers its people a high level of personal satisfaction which is why perhaps people of this country are rated to be among the happiest in the world 1 .
So here are some tips for making it out alive and a few bits of advice that will help you stand out from the crowd. Don’t approach women at bus stops This particular piece of advice actually applies to most public places, unless alcohol is being consumed (by both parties).
Not long ago, a TV journalist posed the following question on a couple of Danish expat websites: “What’s it like dating Danes? Danes love to flirt for the fun of it, so don’t read too much into that.
” So I took a look at the comments you made and thought I’d add my five cents in the hope that I can encourage you all to ‘hang in there’ when you’re ready to throw in the towel. Plus Danes really aren’t used to being forward, so they just feel things out for a (very) long time.
But just because they send mixed signals, doesn’t mean you have to.
Play your own game, not theirs, and if you don’t catch them, then go and find another.