I was always the one texting first and starting conversations but his answers were always rather short and he never asks me any questions.
If he's not interested at all I don't know why he doesn't decline when I ask him to hang out or ignore my messages.
Does he even have a slightest clue that I fancy him? When we meet up we just walk around and only talk about casual things. We are keeping certain distances and are polite to each other, which is quite normal in my culture which is considered more conservative than European culture.
Swedish is a Germanic language with ties to Latin, German and Danish.Then later that week he asked me if I was free and we met up. If you aren't sure how he feels, most likely he isn't either.Since the culture is different I don't know if he is even a slightest bit interested or he's just way too kind to say no to my suggestions. Unless you are happy with a lukewarm relationship, I would move on to the real thing.Don't be fooled by his nicety and aloofness, it's all part of the mating game here, I can assure you his parting words after getting into your pant would be"Bae it's not about you, it's me".If you wish to date a Swedish guy, or if you are already dating a Swedish guy, you might be wondering about how this could be different from dating guys from your own culture and how you can go about preparing yourself for the experience and making sure that you account for their nationality.A Swedish boyfriend gets the girls abroad projecting that he’s basically Alexander Skarsgård in person — an immaculately dressed, tall, well-groomed boy with good hair, jeans shorts and stylish sunglasses (preferably a pair of Ray Ban Wayfarers). A Swedish boyfriend buys you that Efva Attling bracelet you’ve been eyeing for years, a Sandqvist backpack or anything else he has carefully selected and wrapped. You just see each other until he one day decides his tooth brush is a part of the decoration at your place and OLW-chips and Cola on a Friday night is a given.