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#1
http://swedishproblems.tumblr.com/

Probably mostly funny to the Swedes here but I laughed so I cried.


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sloth is hacking away feebly at the grass because he is a sloth but he was trying so hard ;_; hes all "penguin im HERE i am here to help you penguin"
#3
that background is way too bright, my eyes are bleeding

The last one and the newscast thing are true here, though
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#4


I've never understood why... it's just insane


True
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Quote by Ichikurosaki
sloth is hacking away feebly at the grass because he is a sloth but he was trying so hard ;_; hes all "penguin im HERE i am here to help you penguin"
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The last one is even more true in Norway. Swedes are slightly less antisocial than we are.
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#9
I've literally been laughing out loud at these.





















Last picture is from a Gothenburg tram. Woooo
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#11
Quote by sfaune92
The last one is even more true in Norway. Swedes are slightly less antisocial than we are.


Yeah I've been to Norway a few times and people WALK AWAY from you if you get within a few metres of them in any sort of public space.
When I was waiting for the train, the only other guy there literally walked to the other end of the station.

awkward

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Quote by Ichikurosaki
sloth is hacking away feebly at the grass because he is a sloth but he was trying so hard ;_; hes all "penguin im HERE i am here to help you penguin"
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I CAN'T BREATHE



My girlfriend has been to those 3 and that's it (other than England, where she studied)
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So true
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#15
I bet all you swedes regret letting us go, when even your king agrees that:

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Quote by sfaune92
The last one is even more true in Norway. Swedes are slightly less antisocial than we are.

This is true. We Norwegians must be one of the most antisocial people on Earth.
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#19
+15 °C, Spanish wear caps, gloves and winter coats, Finns are sunbathing.

+10 °C, French desperately try to get their central heating on. Finns plant flowers.

+5 °C, Italian cars won’t start. Finns drive with convertibles.

0 °C, Pure water freezes. Water in river Vantaa thickens a bit.

−5 °C, First people are found frozen in California. Finnish midsummer festival ends.

−10 °C, Scottish turn the heat on in their houses. Finns start to use long-sleeve shirts.

−20 °C, Swedes stay indoors. Finns are having last barbeque before winter.

−30 °C, Half of the Greek people have frozen to death. Finns start to dry their laundry indoors.

−50 °C, Polar bears evacuate North Pole. Finnish army starts it’s winter training.

−70 °C, Siberian people are moving to Moscow. Finns are furious since the Koskenkorva booze can’t be stored outdoors anymore.

−273 °C, Absolute zero. Finns admit that it is quite cold outside.

−300 °C, Hell freezes over. Finland wins the football World Cup



You finns are crazy
Last edited by flxjhnlrssn at Feb 19, 2012,
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Quote by flxjhnlrssn
+15 °C, Spanish wear caps, gloves and winter coats, Finns are sunbathing.

+5 °C, Italian cars won’t start. Finns drive with convertibles.

−20 °C, Swedes stay indoors. Finns are having last barbeque before winter.

I know most those are piss takes, but those 3 are true

Guess it was more like -5/-10, but we had a barbeque the other week
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Quote by Demon Wolf
Yeah I've been to Norway a few times and people WALK AWAY from you if you get within a few metres of them in any sort of public space.
When I was waiting for the train, the only other guy there literally walked to the other end of the station.

awkward

We may sit on the bus with strangers though. They are really inpolite though in the towns. When I'm home in the rural areas, if someone wishes to take the seat next to yours, they ask if it's unoccupide. In the towns, however, they just sit down and look away from you. Kind of awkward.

Northerners are more social and honest creatures though, and people from the rural areas are slightly more polite, it seems.
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Quote by sfaune92
We may sit on the bus with strangers though. They are really inpolite though in the towns. When I'm home in the rural areas, if someone wishes to take the seat next to yours, they ask if it's unoccupide. In the towns, however, they just sit down and look away from you. Kind of awkward.

Northerners are more social and honest creatures though, and people from the rural areas are slightly more polite, it seems.

But you always sound so friendly, its almost impossible to take someone speaking Norwegian seriously
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Quote by flxjhnlrssn
But you always sound so friendly, its almost impossible to take someone speaking Norwegian seriously

It depends; as a Fosen-trønder (from the western midlands), I probably sound like a drunk with a speech impediment (sp?). The ones who sound funny, and sometimes really rude, are Northerners (youtube Dag Sørås; a comedian whose dialect is kind of half the funny part of him.)

I don't know where you get the "friendly" part from...
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Quote by flxjhnlrssn
+15 °C, Spanish wear caps, gloves and winter coats, Finns are sunbathing.

+10 °C, French desperately try to get their central heating on. Finns plant flowers.

+5 °C, Italian cars won’t start. Finns drive with convertibles.

0 °C, Pure water freezes. Water in river Vantaa thickens a bit.

−5 °C, First people are found frozen in California. Finnish midsummer festival ends.

−10 °C, Scottish turn the heat on in their houses. Finns start to use long-sleeve shirts.

−20 °C, Swedes stay indoors. Finns are having last barbeque before winter.

−30 °C, Half of the Greek people have frozen to death. Finns start to dry their laundry indoors.

−50 °C, Polar bears evacuate North Pole. Finnish army starts it’s winter training.

−70 °C, Siberian people are moving to Moscow. Finns are furious since the Koskenkorva booze can’t be stored outdoors anymore.

−273 °C, Absolute zero. Finns admit that it is quite cold outside.

−300 °C, Hell freezes over. Finland wins the football World Cup



You finns are crazy :hah\




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Quote by sfaune92
It depends; as a Fosen-trønder (from the western midlands), I probably sound like a drunk with a speech impediment (sp?). The ones who sound funny, and sometimes really rude, are Northerners (youtube Dag Sørås; a comedian whose dialect is kind of half the funny part of him.)

I don't know where you get the "friendly" part from...

More like happy, and you all sound like that to me, at least everyone Ive spoken to

I have no idea how swedish sounds to everyone else, but we sound really silly when we speak english
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sloth is hacking away feebly at the grass because he is a sloth but he was trying so hard ;_; hes all "penguin im HERE i am here to help you penguin"
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I've always tried to understand why Norway sucks at hockey so much. Any idea?
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I've always tried to understand why Norway sucks at hockey so much. Any idea?

Because we are a peaceful nation who doesn't enjoy the violence of such games

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