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25 Random things about Stockholm

posted by Leo Nathorst-Böös 2009-03-20 at 14:14

I enjoyed this blog post about Stockholm, the city of the Propellerheadquarters, quite a bit :-)

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Comment posted by: deepndark - 2009-03-20 15:34

That was nice to read ;-)
Maybe i should write something like that about Finland or Estonia. Some things are common here as well. I've noticed that Swedes are very good at English - i wonder that why.

I've also noticed that Fins are in high all the time even they have not smoked any.

Comment posted by: helmutson - 2009-03-20 16:15

Point 3 : They really don't say hello to the neighbourhood ?
That would everyone interpret as arrogance in my country !
Unbelievable , but explain something here ... ;)

Comment posted by: lofi1990 - 2009-03-20 17:45

i wish i would have known this last time i went to Stockholm. i actually really enjoyed how people were very conservative there. a lot different than NY.

Comment posted by: dioxide - 2009-03-20 20:15

What I really want to know is why they sign their names like this:


Is there some kind of history to this or is it a modern thing?

Comment posted by: Leo - 2009-03-21 18:45

-> leah

Well, I do say hello to my neighbors, but only the ones that live in the same building as I. We also try to avoid sitting next to other people at the bus or the subway – unless there are no other empty seats. I don't know if that's any different in other countries though.

-> dioxide

That one I can't explain :-)


Comment posted by: Svencanz - 2009-03-23 21:26

Two Swedes, two Danes and two Germans were stranded on a deserted island after their ship sunk.
Fifteen years later they were rescued.
The Danes had started a collective; the Germans a small industry, but the Swedes had done nothing since no one had introduced them to one another.


Comment posted by: acheron - 2009-03-25 05:06

#26: They are so shy that they never post new Spycam updates? :-)

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