Intrenational dating relationship in sweden
Lemarc Thomas has become known internationally as a dating, relationship and matchmaking expert, who has helped hundreds of people globally find love.
With a background in Psychology, Lemarc worked in high-end matchmaking in London.
Basically, he’s a person with a good sense of perspective and an open mind.
This guy is the reason you’re staying in Sweden or Norway (or, one of the reasons; hopefully you have friends and a job too).
When you invite your Danish friends over for a dinner party, the only conversations he will involve himself in are whingey ones in which he accusingly questions each dinner guest as to why Danes DO THAT THING HE HATES.
He cannot be around Danes without having this conversation which has made him unemployable in the country. He asks other women for their phone numbers while you are on a date with him.
He refuses to learn how to speak the country’s language and mocks you when you try to order your beer in the local tongue. He refers to you as his “wingman.” You will never meet his friends and he may actually not have any because he’s just such a dick. It doesn’t matter where he’s from, or where you’re from.
And don’t assume we’re being heteronormative here, because there are all kinds of boyfriends to their boyfriends. He keeps talking to them in Danish/Swedish/whatever, about you, in front of you. He references obscure Icelandic personalities when you discuss international politics and rolls his eyes when you don’t know who they are. He buys you a Georg Jensen Christmas tree ornament as a holiday gift even though you’re Muslim. He likes it when you talk to him in various languages in be even though he doesn’t understand a word you’re saying.
This hot Scandinavian guy is great one-on-one but when you’re in a group he seems vaguely embarrassed that his friends have to switch over to English to accommodate you. He probably doesn’t explain traditions until it’s too late and expresses exasperation that you don’t already know about them.