That is not to say that a foreigner does not have a chance, but it is rare for them to inter-mingle with an outside.Below are some male characteristics they are attracted to. “Finnic people”, “Finnic tribes”, “Finno-Ugric groups” are generally considered separate from Slavic people, although there’s historical and present-day intermixing, of course.
That was just a joke - my motivation is not for the women. - What are the people like in terms of sexuality - are they accepting of casual relationships? - They run after foreign dick like it would run out. - Life ends at ring III - Drinking - this seems to be a hobby for you - why? - Nope, its not like in the US - Meaning is it difficult to interact with the local Finns? If you are a prodigy, shouldn't be difficult at all. - People belong to the church, but nobody goes there. - And you're planning on Vaasa which is on the "bible coast" - good luck with the horny farmer's daughters What is different from the US? But Finns mostly associate themselves with “Nordic countries”, which is a broader definition than Scandinavia. Despite what people think, Finland isn't actually a part of Scandinavia. Sure there are blondes here, but I believe Sweden and Norway have a lot more. - In the cities you don't so often get beaten up coming out of a gay bar. - Theres local versions - full of pervs and ghetto whales - Does online dating have a negative connotation? - What kind of guys do Finnish girls like - the locals, EU foreigners, other foreigners? - What is the lifestyle like in Helsinki versus Vaasa? - And you can drink the women beautiful and silent - Is there segregation between Finnish and non-Finnish students at school/university? - I am not and I don't want to be in a conservative society. What are the people like in terms of sexuality - are they accepting of casual relationships? What kind of guys do Finnish girls like - the locals, EU foreigners, other foreigners? Are there any small things (like how/when to contact each other - everyday, every few days, etc.) that is different here? I've read that Finnish men are blunt, direct, and not very communicative. But we have people in our country who are not happy with this either.
The only thing that was a surprise was Finland not being "gay friendly." The stereotype Americans have of Europeans is that they're very progressive.Being with a beautiful Finnish woman does come with great reward.They are very intelligent, in touch with nature, and have a strong work ethic. Is there segregation between Finnish and non-Finnish students at school/university? I am not and I don't want to be in a conservative society. I don't care if you're Nordic or Slavic - the institutions/culture you've created is more important. Finland has some quirky laws and high taxes, but depending on the US you get weird states/dry counties etc. As to being "gay friendly" I kind of wonder WTF you mean with it? If you buy drinks and dont expect back, you'll get a reputation of a stupid douche. Finnish sense of humor is telling this to foreigners and seeing how long it takes them to figure it out. But beggars can't be choosers so since Sweden ended its free education, I'm looking at Finland and Norway. Except if you try an hide your modesty as then you are gay as you need to hide your boner. You don't tip as you can't afford it and besides waiters get paid union wages. If you buy someone a drink, and leave so someone "owes" you a drink, they'll pounce you next time with a drink even you are driving as they've not slept because they owed you. If someone buys you a drink and you don't buy one back you'll get a reputation of being a douche. At the same time, I want to be in a place that I actually like. - Is it difficult to start conversations with random girls? You meet someone, they ask you over for the sauna, you get bollock naked with other men and thetes nothing sexual there.