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The dating life in Iceland has long been a heated discussion, but what is really true about the things people say about it? Where do people meet in Iceland and what are the dating rules in the country of ice and fire? There are a couple of ongoing myths about dating life here in Iceland. One is that we are constantly dating our relatives, another that we actually never go on dates and another one that sex is such a normal thing everyone is doing it all the time with everyone.
No, we are not.
The reason this myth has blossomed is, I think, because we have these amazing records dating back over a thousand years so if me and this guy I am seeing share the same great, great, great, great, great grandmother, we are going to know. It just sounds like it because they can actually trace this. This we do on our website, the book of Icelanders.
So this means that our great, great, great, great grandmothers were sisters. Not so related but because we can look it up it might seem like it! Yes and no to this one. Most of my friends say that this is just too much pressure. So we keep it casual and prefer weird places where we are unlikely to meet anyone. We can be shy people and drinking seems to help a lot with this. This does not necessarily have to mean sex, just sharing a bed and the rest is totally up to you two. Now I am going to ask my parents to stop reading, right here.
The sex culture is open in Iceland, people openly discuss sex. Whether it is the fact that they are not having any or having a lot is discussed especially in groups of friends. The myths that only men want sex and all the time and then that women are constantly not wanting until they give in is just NOT active in Iceland. But what I am trying to say here is that women and men can both be looking for just sex or not just sex and this is openly discussed and no one should be judging.
Oh well, just all over like the rest of the world I think.
But nowadays more and more on social media. At one point it was all about adding on Facebook. Today this is out, now you should start with Instagram. This is all changing so quickly and to be honest this single lady is having a difficult time keeping up with all of this. At bars, school, work, gym, everywhere really, but usually the first conversation is taking place on social media.
There is no rule about men having to ask women out, they do it just as much. First, there was Compare hotness, then Hot or Not and now there is Tinder. This shallow weird little game has captured all the single people here in Iceland. Some who have said they would never play, well, they always end up there one way or another. Also, a good place for tourist to meet locals, get tips and meet up for a fun conversation.
When I started writing this blog I googled to see the questions which have been left unanswered and I noticed that this one came up a lot. First let me say, Icelanders are in general not racist. Especially the younger generation. I can at least speak for me and my friends when I say that race is not an issue when it comes to dating. More on Icelandic words: Icelandic words that are missing in English.
Icelanders are chill with most things. Most of us love meeting people and we usually settle down around 30 not The divorce rate is high and our families are mixed. People are dating after a divorce a lot and with kids and we just try to keep everything chill. At least when it comes to divorce, the name is no trouble.
Oh and one last thing. Iceland is not paying people to move to Iceland and marry our women. Anything else you want to know about dating in Iceland?
Getting that post-Iceland blues is a common thing. But how do the locals feel when they have been away from the land of ice and fire for a while? What do Icelanders miss when they are away? Beer brewing culture is certainly on the rise in Iceland, since the day the Icelandic beer prohibition was lifted the trade has really prospered. Today, a fine selection of quality local craft beers are taking on the bigger beer brands, in I am Icelandic so this might seem like a weird thing to write about but the more I travel the more I realize that Icelanders, living on an island far in the North, have slowly developed a culture that is quite different to anywhere else.
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