Five Things I've Learned About Dating in Sweden
2) Don’t expect them to pay for dinner, especially on a first date.
3) They are house broken. They are very skillful at cooking, cleaning, doing the dishes, and sometimes even seem to enjoy doing them. They are at the very least better than me at doing all of these things, although to tell the truth, that's not saying much.
4) They are in general very good looking, with great taste in clothes, shoes, and home furnishings (i.e. Fab Five). They also allow themselves to be quite open and sensitive. I have to keep reminding myself, no, they are not gay, they are just Swedish. (In fact, Swedish guys seem to be a bit more comfortable with their own sexuality, than for example, their average American counterpart.)
5) They are very shy when it comes to making the first move, unless there are substantial amounts of alcohol involved. If all else fails, hit them over the head with your club and drag them back to your cave.