My younger brother is back from his holiday trip in Sweden, which he took partly I think out of nostalgia (we visited Sweden as a family nearly twenty years ago), partly to see friends on the other sides of the Atlantic. He published this comment on his Facebook wall, which in itself is like a bunch of great unknown lines. I know I had promised to find other sources of great unknown lines than Facebook, but I could not ignore this one:
"10 Conclusions on boozecruising:
1- You can survive anything with alcohol.
2- Time is subjectiv, more so with alcohol.
3- Sleep is optional.
4- Good vodka is good. Who knew?
5- Estonians and Siberians make for the best latin dancers. Suck on that, latin girls.
6- Stockholm is a rich city.
7- Swedes are natural born hipsters.
8- Good coffee is rare in the north of Europe, but it can be found.
9- You will die if you try to outdrink a Finn.
10- You can survive anything with alcohol, except alcohol."
So here it is. Pure wisdom isn't it? I will write more about Sweden on this blog, so watch this space.
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