Dating culture in iceland
For a country where the inhabitants LOVE their alcohol, it comes as a surprise that beer was banned in the whole country up until the 1st of March 1989. Even though the meat or the fish or the vegetables are to a great standard, it's only going to be better with sauce.As a consequence, people still 'celebrate' the 1st of March each year by drinking a few pints of this liquid gold. Icelanders have a specific sauce for pizza, pita, fries, chips, hamburgers, hot-dogs, obviously various different ones for fish, meat or poultry - brown, cheese, mushroom, coca-cola, bernaise etc...For example, you could get twenty numbers, go out on four dates, kiss two of them, and bang one, building momentum off smaller closes to get the big close—sex.In Iceland, you can go seemingly long periods without anything at all, not even an innocent kiss on the cheek, and then —you catch a girl at the right time and she’s down for your afterparty.Notice how in my night game breakdown there is absolutely nothing about going on dates with girls.If you’re moving to Iceland permanently, get as many numbers as you want, but if you’re only there for a short time, asking for phone numbers from girls you meet in the bars or clubs is a dumb move.
In Iceland my cell phone mostly served as a heavy watch.
It seems to me that it's something they give to guys. But Icelandic guys definitely hold out more than their American counterparts. I grew up here, so I'm a lot more used to the way things work here.