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I recently had a meeting to plan for another meeting, which was itself preparation for the main meeting. All these meetings may seem unnecessary and inefficient to the outsider, but they are part of Sweden’s consensus culture.Everyone is welcome to give his or her opinion, and those opinions are listened to.Men know that, and so they are more likely to look for someone who represents success, class and elegance.
This was out of fear of running into a neighbour and having to talk to them.
In these environments, and with the help of their good friend alcohol, they become kind of talkative. * If the party was good enough and you come back home with a phone number, you should text first. It means “pretending not to hear you and avoiding you instead”. I have talked about this with many Swedes and they all told me that it is a social convention to avoid putting rejection into words.
Waiting for a Swede to text will just infuriate you. * If they answer you, your first date will probably be going for fika.
Exaggerations aside, the average Swede is less likely to talk to a stranger, unless being asked for directions.
I think it could be something to do with the weather: if it’s cold and wet you’re less likely to take the time to stop and chat to people in the street, and that behaviour becomes ingrained. Every time I talk to people back home in Spain about the wonders of Sweden and how great is living and studying here, that’s their first question. Naturally, if you are single in your mid-20s and planning to spend at least the next two years of your life in Sweden, you better prepare yourself and learn the rules of dating here.