"In the American movies, we get the impression that they are so crazy. 💜#russ2017 #tryvann #tryvannfestivalen A post shared by TRYVANNFESTIVALEN (@tryvannfestivalen) on Others are racy, like having sex outside.But we have the craziest celebrations here in Norway," Fredrik Helgesen, a student leader of the russ committee, told the Associated Press. And, some just encourage drinking, like the dare to have 24 drinks in a single day.And half of parents would not hesitate to tell kids what they thought about their boyfriend or girlfriend.Most feel more confident about dating than when they were younger – and admit they are now pickier about who they date, found the survey of 1,002 parents for dating website Ourtime.Hoping your new love interest gets along with your cat is one thing.But for single parents looking to blend not just lives (and pets) but entire families, dating takes on an entirely new level of complexity.And after years of pestering their offspring about their whereabouts, a third of single mothers and fathers aged over 50 have checked in with their children during an evening out.
The Associated Press called the event "Coachella transported from the desert to the snaking fjords by the icy North Sea." Roughly 13,500 teens show up at the venue, "ready to rave at all costs." While not raging at festivals or on buses, a key part of keeping the month-long party going is dares that students complete in order to win "knots." Nå er det ikke lenge igjen til Norges diggeste russetreff! Everything finally comes to an end on May 17, a national holiday celebrating the signing of the Norwegian constitution.Straight men, research has found, are a lot more likely than straight women to fool themselves into thinking someone is romantically interested in them when they But what accounts for this gender difference?As Mons Bendixen, a psychologist at the Norwegian university of Science and Technology, writes in a study recently published in Evolutionary Psychology, there are two main theories: Error-management theory argues that men have evolved to overperceive sexual interest in non-familial female relationships so they don’t miss out on the opportunity to reproduce — at best, they get to pass on their genes; at worst, the woman ends up saying no and they move on.And around half of over 50s have discussed sex frankly with their offspring.However, not everyone feels so happy to share, with one in two singles not telling their child they have met someone until a relationship becomes serious.