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Mukavalla alueella: Ravintolalöytö: Menneen ajan tunnelmaa Espoossa --- https://www.facebook.com/pages/Caf%C3%A9-Brunnsdal/199794953371185 .
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Mukavalla alueella: Ravintolalöytö: Menneen ajan tunnelmaa Espoossa --- https://www.facebook.com/pages/Caf%C3%A9-Brunnsdal/199794953371185 .

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Seasons in Finnish! Request and translations by sinkadelic See more here http://speutschlish.tumblr.com/post/77011415132/seasons-in-finnish-request-and-translations-by
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Well only times warm is the summer. Snow almost every other season.

Seasons in Finnish! Request and translations by sinkadelic See more here http://speutschlish.tumblr.com/post/77011415132/seasons-in-finnish-request-and-translations-by

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Light blueberry-yoghurt cheesecake (in Finnish only) | Kevyt mustikka-jogurttikakku (in Finnish only)
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Light blueberry-yoghurt cheesecake Must try!

Light blueberry-yoghurt "cheesecakehttp A dish you are likeklt yo find on a FOOD…

I am totally glad my grandparents are Finnish they can make this for me!

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Light blueberry-yoghurt cheesecake (in Finnish only) | Kevyt mustikka-jogurttikakku (in Finnish only)

Light blueberry-yoghurt cheesecake (in Finnish only) | Kevyt mustikka-jogurttikakku (in Finnish only)
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In Norwegian and Danish you don't refer to your Romaric partner as a "boyfriend" or "girlfriend" you say "Kjæreste", which is gender neutral and literally translates to "the dearest" In Swedish you refer to your boyfriend/girlfriend by saying "ålskling@ which translates into "my beloved one" In Finnish they say "mulkvisti" which means "one I don't hate as much as the other" got a love it
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I am Finland. Finland is me. I now claim Finland as my spirit animal that is actually a country. <<<<< *squints at you* I LIKE THIS MORTAL!

How we refer to our romantic partner I'm actually I think its weird that englis people say "girlfriend" or "boyfriend"

I have no idea if this is true, but judging by Scandinavia and the World comic, it could be. :) lol "*squints at Finland*"

In Norwegian and Danish you don't refer to your Romaric partner as a "boyfriend" or "girlfriend" you say "Kjæreste", which is gender neutral and literally translates to "the dearest" In Swedish you refer to your boyfriend/girlfriend by saying "ålskling@ which translates into "my beloved one" In Finnish they say "mulkvisti" which means "one I don't hate as much as the other" got a love it

In Norwegian and Danish you don't refer to your Romaric partner as a "boyfriend" or "girlfriend" you say "Kjæreste", which is gender neutral and literally translates to "the dearest" In Swedish you refer to your boyfriend/girlfriend by saying "ålskling@ which translates into "my beloved one"  In Finnish they say "mulkvisti" which means "one I don't hate as much as the other" got a love it
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“Fremdschämen” in German and myötähäpeä in Finnish: feeling pain when others are making fool of themselves, or in otherwise uncomfortable situations - particularly in empathetic relationships.
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myötähäpeä sounds something like ‘moo-er-ta-ha-pay-ah’

I have a VERY hard time watching embarrassing or overly emotional situations due to this. I can no longer watch funniest home video shows.

There's a word for second hand embarrassment!

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“Fremdschämen” in German and myötähäpeä in Finnish: feeling pain when others are making fool of themselves, or in otherwise uncomfortable situations - particularly in empathetic relationships.

“Fremdschämen” in German and myötähäpeä in Finnish: feeling pain when others are making fool of themselves, or in otherwise uncomfortable situations - particularly in empathetic relationships.
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"Finnish for “awesome”. It worked itself into my daily vocabulary because it does things that “awesome” never can, letting you exhale and simmer on the awesomeness of it all: MAH-ta-vaaaaaa" Candy Chang
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* great stencil + amazing story behind it, from Helsinki (mahtava in Finnish = awsome)

Mahtava means "awesome" in / Each & everyday he allows me the chance to see another day i most certainly do feel this way Lovee :)

Just like this project by Cindy Chang.

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"Finnish for “awesome”. It worked itself into my daily vocabulary because it does things that “awesome” never can, letting you exhale and simmer on the awesomeness of it all: MAH-ta-vaaaaaa" Candy Chang

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Cute! lankapipo by Tiina (Muita ihania blog) pattern (in finnish)
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OTHER WONDERFUL: Jamie Jamie's leftovers (Finnish knit hat pattern, easy instructions near bottom of page) I want one of these without the bow!

by muita ihania Color and pattern

so very cute and great way to use scrap yarn! by muita ihania

using this technique for a kids sweater would be super cute! minus the bow.

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