As you might expect it doesn’t come cheap, with basic membership setting you back 890 SEK per month. This free site is designed for young people with a passion for culture – whether it’s art, music, film, literature, theatre or fashion – who want to meet people with similar interests.In addition to bringing singles together, the site also styles itself as a guide to the best cultural events in Stockholm, Gothenburg and also Malmö, where the site was founded. Targeted at foreign professionals working in Sweden, The Local’s very own dating site is an expat dating community of around one million members.The registration process is quick and free after which you can take a few tests to help match you with compatible singles in your area.
It actually means you have to explain to Norwegians that service is included when they visit your country. You also get TV tax, fuel tax, plastic bottle tax, sugar tax and probably oxygene tax (we don’t know, but are guessing here). They are were much like Norwegians except service-minded, smiling and very friendly to strangers. Norwegians are just sceptical, and impulsive as soon as they have thought things over.Don’t expect in-depth profiles listing Sven’s likes and dislikes.This is a no-nonsense app for efficient, fast-moving singles.If you’re a bit of a snob when it comes to dating and would rather see someone’s CV than a list of their hobbies and interests then "Elitsinglar" (literally “elite singles”) could be for you.As the website puts it: “The goal of Elitsinglar is to create a platform with a focus on quality where members can meet a like-minded partner for long-term relationships.” As you may have guessed not just anyone can join.
Algoritmeanekdotene (Norwegian book title) portrays some of the individuals behind these ephemeral dating sites.