Dating a know it all
Generally, you're either kærester or fuck buddies.
Everyone is different, but these are my reflections on , based on having lived (and dated) in several countries, including the United States.
It might be okay to offer paying, but insisting is considered rude and sexist.
Most couples will prefer splitting the bill or taking turns.
In his head, he's just treating her like one of the bros. Many young people even talk pretty openly about their sex lives with their parents.
But to her, he just broke a major cultural boundary in a very intimidating way. Danes generally don't see more than one person at a time.
You're far better off talking about some topic of common interest.
You don't date a Dane because Danes don't date. You are boyfriend/girlfriend (kærester pl, kæreste sg, gender neutral) with a Dane.
It's similar but generally considered a little more public and serious.
Though it's becoming more common, going on "dates" is not really a big thing amongst the younger generation.
Many relationships grow out of friendships - often couples come out of medium-sized, mixed-gender friend groups.