7 Funny Dating Customs around the World ...

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I recently found out there are so many funny dating customs in this world, so I thought I’d share a few of them with you. When you think of dating customs, most of us think of a guy asking a girl out on a date. They go out for a nice dinner, drinks or maybe just a quick lunch. The guy pays the bill, drops her off at home and there you go: you had your first date. If you want to know more about dating customs in other countries, keep on reading, because I have some interesting, and sometimes funny dating customs for you.

1. Japan

There are a few funny dating customs in Japan. For example, there is no such thing as casually dating and the main objective of dating is the actual marriage. Additionally, where in most modern countries it’s accepted to start dating when you’re in high school, in Japan, dating is saved for their college years. But one of the funniest customs is that women are to buy guys white chocolate on Valentine’s Day, while the guys just sit back and receive. One month later, they celebrate White Day, where the guy, should he be interested in the girl he received chocolate from on Valentine’s Day, must give the girl twice as much chocolate. The horror of having to wait one month to find out if he’s into you…

The Netherlands

Comments:

Kat
This is a very interesting article, but I know for a fact most Dutch don't do any of the things listed!
Josefin
I live in Japan and I just feel I need to say that the information about Japanese dating customs are not correct, they're just as the other people said, old stereotypes. There IS dating, maybe not as ...
Geli
There is one thing for sure, that iranian will hold hand and kiss and even make love before marriage, the tradition you mentioned is for 100 years ago , its good to keep your information update, thanks
Moka
Im half japanese and living in Japan . Those are pretty old "traditions" . They date who they want when they want .. I agree with unicornface !
unicornface
This just seems like a list of stereotypes to me.
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