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26 Comics Of Finnish Nightmares Even Non-Finns Can Relate To (By Karoliina Korhonen) This is so funny! So me.

26 Comics Of Finnish Nightmares Even Non-Finns Can Relate To (By Karoliina Korhonen)

26 Comics Of Finnish Nightmares Even Non-Finns Can Relate To (By Karoliina Korhonen) This is so funny! So me.

Turn up the heat

Turn up the heat

you know you're finnish when - Google Search

you know you're finnish when - Google Search

you know you're finnish when - Google Search

you know you're finnish when - Google Search

you know you're finnish when - Google Search

you know you're finnish when - Google Search

you know you're finnish when - Google Search

you know you're finnish when - Google Search

Finnish Mommy's Corner: Babies nap outside in Finland -- all year around!

Finnish Mommy's Corner: Babies nap outside in Finland -- all year around!

you know you're finnish when - Google Search

you know you're finnish when - Google Search

you know you're finnish when - Google Search

you know you're finnish when - Google Search


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I'm not from Finland but my Grandparents were.  A fact I'm very proud of.

I'm not from Finland but my Grandparents were. A fact I'm very proud of.

I'm nowhere near calm I am fangirl but this works for most finns

I'm nowhere near calm I am fangirl but this works for most finns

You know you're Finnish when 80C (180F) in sauna is chilly,  but 20C (70F) outside is freaking hot.

You know you're Finnish when 80C (180F) in sauna is chilly, but 20C (70F) outside is freaking hot.

Very true.(OMG! Grandpa!!-ps)

Very true.(OMG! Grandpa!!-ps)

Finland

Finland

Autumn forest in Ivalo, Finland

Autumn forest in Ivalo, Finland

HDR in Helsinki: Johanneksenkirkko,Situated in the Ullanlinna district of Helsinki, the church was built between 1888 and 1891, the third Lutheran church in Helsinki, and still the biggest. The twin towers are 74 metres in height, and the church seats 2,600 people and has excellent acoustics, and it is therefore used for big concerts and events as well as services.

HDR in Helsinki: Johanneksenkirkko,Situated in the Ullanlinna district of Helsinki, the church was built between 1888 and 1891, the third Lutheran church in Helsinki, and still the biggest. The twin towers are 74 metres in height, and the church seats 2,600 people and has excellent acoustics, and it is therefore used for big concerts and events as well as services.

Yummy!! Blueberries!

Yummy!! Blueberries!

モランだ!モランって人間で、しかもおばあちゃんなんだよたしか。 yajifun:  Vintage Kids’ Books My Kid Loves: Who Will Comfort Toffle? Tove Jansson

モランだ!モランって人間で、しかもおばあちゃんなんだよたしか。 yajifun: Vintage Kids’ Books My Kid Loves: Who Will Comfort Toffle? Tove Jansson

Mummi

Mummi

Finnish babies are frequently in the headlines, either because they sleep in cardboard boxes, or because they are taken out to sleep in freezing temperatures. We compiled a manual on how to take care of Finnish babies.

Finnish babies are frequently in the headlines, either because they sleep in cardboard boxes, or because they are taken out to sleep in freezing temperatures. We compiled a manual on how to take care of Finnish babies.

In Finland, It's Totally Normal for Babies to Sleep in Boxes - GoodHousekeeping.com

In Finland, It's Totally Normal for Babies to Sleep in Boxes - GoodHousekeeping.com

Marimekko

Marimekko

Sami child in traditional costume.

Lapp Child in Traditional Dress, Lappland, Finland

Sami child in traditional costume.

In 2013, as the United Kingdom celebrated the birth of Prince George, gifts from heads of state for the royal baby poured in from around the world.  The package—about 50 items, such as onesies, bibs, bedding, socks, and baby’s first book—has been distributed to new moms in Finland since 1938.  The practice

Another Nation Is Giving New Parents Free Baby Supplies

In 2013, as the United Kingdom celebrated the birth of Prince George, gifts from heads of state for the royal baby poured in from around the world. The package—about 50 items, such as onesies, bibs, bedding, socks, and baby’s first book—has been distributed to new moms in Finland since 1938. The practice