The Swedes are dreadful bores.
Their tediousness they got even Peter the great (Russian Tsar), for which he received its kicked. And it all started with Ivan the terrible (in Russia In general all there about and started because recorded history there was virtual no – one birch bark literacy that went to the kindling furnaces of Auschwitz).
Swedish Karolus repeatedly wrote mean trick on the wall in Facebook at Ivan the terrible, why Ivan fell into a rage and went to war on the Novgorod, seeing through them (and not unreasonably) Swedish lackeys. This was then European politics to piss off someone high quality, and a fight offend satisfied, probably, with your – be aliens far away, and customs held in the scrap.
Swedish Carolus had in types to clean up all the Northern Russian meal and cute Russian girls.
Ivan the terrible (other Russian Tsar) of these Swedish kings writing on the wall in FB goats-speech and strongly salubrinal, or how shit and garbage men are almost never called.
However, then Nokia and Volvo were not yet world brands, but rather rural.
And claims of the Swedish king in the North Russian and some Baltic lands inhabited by then Polabian Slavs were perceived by Ivan as hitting his personal whores, personal Riga Sprats (Very small smoked fish soaked in engine oil) and personal liquor Vana Tallinn (Pharmaceutical tincture on moonshine from marsh grasses, frogs and mouse shit). What a shame.
Subsequently, this, boorish, as in a gay forum, correspondence – bitterly backfired Peter The first – the Swedes were very vindictive and long ruffled Peter’s nerves until they finally crushed them near Poltava and built St. Petersburg, in order to show the Swedes his dick from a minimum distance. Although, of course, this was also a mistake – the hazy weather of St. Petersburg to see Petrov’s majestic cock even from afar, the Swedes were not allowed in any way, how much Peter did not swing them from the Bronze Horseman.
If someone not understands – this video is a Swedish children’s program, the characters in which – urine, shit, and ass. Serious.
In general, Sweden is a cozy country. There lives Carlson, who lives on the roof, and Mummy-Troll – not the one who is a junkie and yells in a bad voice, but a normal, pretty. Before there was ABBA, but then the whole ended.
Frustrating in recent years is that demographic European ass swizzle the government is addressing through the delivery of all sorts of Muslims and blacks. Continue to eat people like at home to do explosive rap and is generally Halal.
They also have a Nobel Prize, which is awarded exclusively to inadequate citizens – in general, to just anyone, and often – alas, for complete bullshit, heresy, and war.
Some interesting facts about Sweden and its frostbitten inhabitants
1) Smorgasbord (Buffet) was invented centuries ago. When the guests arrived, all the food was served at once, in large bowls. Thus, the owners saved themselves from unnecessary ceremonies, freeing up time for communication.
2) Polar Rose is the first search engine to recognize faces. It was developed in 2007 by graduates of the University of Malmo in Sweden. Ordinary two-dimensional photography is extrapolated into a 3D model, which allows you to search effectively regardless of the angle of the source photo.
3) Woodpecker Hotel (Sweden) – the hotel is located on the 130-year-old oak tree at a height of 13 m from the ground in Vasaparken Park. Woodpecker Hotel is the work of the Swedish artist Michael Genberg. It has all the amenities: toilet, kitchen, library, bed, and veranda.
4) In 1924, in Sweden, a method was proposed for producing aerated concrete based on cement, lime and various additives with the use of aluminum powder as a gas-forming agent. Somewhat later in Denmark, foam concrete was invented.
5) Stockholm is home to the world’s first national city Park – the Royal ecological Park.
6) in Sweden in 1857 the first bodybuilding machines were invented. One of the first importers of “sports devices” was Russia: they were ordered by the Royal family and representatives of the upper world.
7) Sweden has a so-called gender equality “bonus”. It provides for a reduction in the taxation of the income of one parent after the use of parental leave, which in this country is 1 year. Similar incentive schemes also exist in Norway, Denmark, and Finland.
8) The idea of child car seats First appeared in Sweden in the early 1960s. Small passengers were offered to carry back against the course of the movement.
9) The first commercial application of cellular communication found in the Scandinavian countries. In Norway and Sweden, the analog cellular standard “NMT 450” was developed in 1981 and commercial cellular systems were deployed.
10) So far every year 2-3 million discs of the legendary Swedish band find their customers – ABBA remains one of the most popular music groups in the world.
11) For a Long time negotiations between representatives of Scandinavian countries were conducted “in Scandinavian” (Swedish, Norwegian or Danish), but in recent years Scandinavian languages have become more often replaced by English at the request of the representatives of Finland and Iceland
12) Winter depression is common in Scandinavia. Doctors found that it is subject to about 20% of all Swedes, and, as expected, the disease is inherited. First mentioned in the 6th-century Gothic historian Jordanes in the description of the Scandinavians.
13) The matches we Use every day were invented in 1844 by the Swedish inventor Gustav Erik Pash. And since then, for more than 100 years, the world uses only a Swedish match, made not only wisely but also truly Swedish practicality.
14) Royal Palace in Stockholm – the largest of the currently used palaces in the world (more than 550 rooms).
15) The Leader in providing citizens with the largest number of days off (including holidays and vacations) in Europe was Sweden. Citizens of this country rest 42 days a year.
16) Battleship “Vasa” – the world’s oldest surviving ship of the XVII century It was built in 1626-28., and was at that time the largest ship built in Sweden. During the first exit to the open sea got into a storm and sank. It was raised only in 1959-61.
17) Maritime Museum — is considered the world’s largest Maritime Museum, has in its collection a unique exhibit — the world’s only stuffed blue whale. In the aquarium of the Museum live marine life of Swedish coastal waters, exotic fish.
18) About 80 percent of Sweden’s heating systems are based on renewable energy resources, most of which are wood fuels and household and industrial waste.
19) Utter Inn Is located in Sweden. It is notable for the fact that it is underwater – guests are brought there by boat. The cost of the room per night is about 350 USD, but it’s worth it.
20) The world’s First hostel-plane will appear at Stockholm airport. The hostel will be located in the hull of the Boeing 747 parked on the eternal Parking in the vicinity of the entrance to the airport Arlanda.
21) According to the statistics of the European Union, more than 25% of the energy consumed by Scandinavians is produced from renewable sources. For comparison, we note that for other European countries this figure is, on average, only six percent.
22) The Polar Music Prize is awarded annually to musicians who have made the greatest contribution to the development of music. Awards are distributed between pop artists and classical musicians. Each winner receives 147 000 USD from the hands of the king of Sweden Carl XVI Gustav.
23) Before all other countries of the world, compulsory sex education in schools was introduced in Sweden – since 1955. In this country, it begins with kindergarten and is carried out without the knowledge of parents.
24) With a cold and short-lived hotel in the world – “Ice hotel”, is located in the village of Jukkasjarvi in the North of Sweden. Every winter it is rebuilt, as in the spring of Jukkasjarvi runs the streams in the nearby river Torne.
25) Scandinavians are famous not only for the efficiency of work but also the ability to relax. The longest vacation in Europe for Finnish employees: 39 days. Then follow Sweden and Denmark – 30-35 days; then Norway-25 days.
26) According to the organization Tispol, uniting the traffic police of the European Union, the most law-abiding motorists live in Finland and Sweden, where it was recorded the excess of the permissible rate of alcohol in the blood of only 0.3% of drivers.
27) The Globen Sports and concert hall in Stockholm is considered the world’s largest closed multi-purpose arena.
28) Stockholm alley Morten Trotzig (Marten Trotzigs Grand) is considered one of the narrowest in the world – its width does not exceed 90 cm.
29) Supercar Koenigsegg CCXR (prod. Sweden) is considered the most powerful environmentally friendly car in the world. Koenigsegg CCXR is equipped with a 4.7-liter V8 biofuel engine with a capacity of 1018 horsepower and is able to accelerate to 100 km/h in 2.7 seconds.
30) Time management – the art of time management originated in and criminals. It was created especially for those who want to achieve the desired in the shortest possible time. There is a saying – you miss an hour, you lose a year. Time management helps to free time for different things
31) The different peoples’ symbol @ is read and translated differently. Most other animals are the monkey. In Denmark and Norway – snabel-a – “snout A”. In Sweden – “the trunk of the elephant.”
32) Uppsala Cathedral – the largest in Scandinavia, reaches a height of 118.7 m. the construction of the Cathedral was started in 1260 and lasted 175 years. It is a National Shrine, the oldest Church in Sweden.
33) Sweden was the first country in the world where a census was conducted in 1749 (1765 thousand people). In 2005 there were 9 001 774 inhabitants.
34) In Sweden, after World War 2, compulsory sterilization of mentally ill patients and criminals was introduced. This program operated until the 60s of the 20th century.
The world’s first telescope was invented in Sweden.
Sweden has the highest percentage of elderly people in Europe – 24%.
In Sweden, there are more than 300,000 people named Carlson (or Karlsson).
Sweden has the highest percentage of working mothers in the developed world – about 76%.
The average age of a student in Sweden is the highest in Europe – about 25.5 years.
In 2006, Sweden became the most generous country to help the poor countries-the amount of donations was 1% of GDP.
Sweden was the first in the world to abandon gasoline in favor of biofuels.
Sweden ranks second in Europe (after Finland) in the field of technological developments.
The total amount of taxes in Sweden is about 54.2% of GDP-the highest in the world.
In Sweden, along with Denmark and Hungary, the highest VAT rate in the world is 25%.
The largest shopping center in Europe is Nordstan in Gothenburg and consists of about 180 stores and 150 branches on 320000 m2.
Stockholm globe arena is the world’s largest hemispherical building with a diameter of 110 meters, an internal height of 85 meters and a total volume of 600,000 meters. It is also the world’s largest solar system layout.
In Sweden, a computer mouse was invented.
In 1976, the progressive tax on the income of Swedish writer Astrid Lindgren was 102%.
Swedish homeless Kurt Degerman left behind a fortune of more than a million dollars. Earned from the delivery of cans of money he invested more than 30 years in the shares of successful Swedish companies, as well as kept in a Bank cell 124 gold bars.
The Swedish company SAAB was founded in 1937, but at first, produced only military aircraft.
In the 1970s in the Swedish capital, Stockholm in municipal service consisted of SIV Gustavsson, who could bark a great number of ways, corresponding to different breeds of dogs. His job was to bark in the city streets to cause the dogs to bark back. Thus he collected information about the houses, the owners of which did not pay tax on dogs.
Swedish king Gustav III once decided to personally test, that is more harmful to human — tea or coffee. For this purpose, two twins were selected, sentenced to death. The first three times a day was given a large Cup of tea, the second-coffee. The king himself did not live to see the end of the experiment, being killed. The twins lived for a long time, but the first at the age of 83 years died still the one who drank tea.
In the treasure, buried about a thousand years ago by the Vikings on the Swedish island of Gotland, found lenses complex aspherical shape of rock crystal. Rene Descartes calculated this form of lenses only in the 17th century, but could not make them.
Buffet the Swedes themselves call a snack or sandwich. The term Swedish for the Swedish wall is translated as “frame with crossbars”. Do not know anything in this country and about the Swedish family — the view that the Swedes are much more likely to practice cohabitation of two or more couples is misleading.
In 1699, Sweden decided to switch from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar. However, the Swedes did not jump to the 11 days accumulated by that time forward and decided to make the transition gradually, skipping leap years for 40 years.
Many chemical elements are named after countries or other geographical objects. Immediately 4 elements — yttrium, ytterbium, terbium, and erbium — were named after the Swedish village Ytterby, about which found a large Deposit of rare earth metals.
30 facts about Sweden and the Swedes through the eyes of the Russians
1. The Swedes do not come to visit without a call.
2. Sweden is divided into 21 districts (län).
3. Each district has its own dialect. When I was in College, we had a math teacher who would Burr and does whatever he could with the letter “R.” At the time, it seemed to me that it was just a speech defect, but once in the South of Sweden, in Malmo, I realized that this is one of the dialects.
4. The Swedes do not like to cook at home, so they often arrange a family trip to all sorts of pizzerias, Burger King and other McDonald’s.
5. The most favorite dish of the Swedes is kebab pizza (dough, cheese, meat, and special kebab sauce). There is even one site that identifies pizzerias that sell the most delicious pizza-kebab.
6. All pizzerias in Sweden position themselves as exclusively Italian, but I have never met a working Italian in them. As a rule, they are Arabs or Kurds.
7. In Sweden, you will not find decent sushi bars. Although the Swedes are very fond of Japanese cuisine.
8. In the status of social networks, such as Facebook Swedes usually write about all sorts of little things, it looks very funny and naive. For example, Kevin Lundell writes: “tonight will be pizza with his wife under the transfer of Idol – how cool.” In general, write everything that happens in life.
9. Sweden has two languages — easy and difficult. As a rule, 70% of the population does not use “difficult” words in colloquial speech and often do not even know the meaning of these words. And if you learn a few words and put them in a sentence, everyone will think that you are a super-erudite person. On the article, to” difficult “words of, by translating they’re on the Russian language, belong: “RAID”, “objectively”, “subjectively” I.e. those words, which we use in everyday life.
10. The Novel By L. N. Tolstoy also exists in the difficult and easy transfer.
11. Once I translated into Swedish our saying: “Free cheese only in a mousetrap” and said it in front of everyone in the company. The effect was stunning, everyone began to clap, and someone even writes to his phone. After that, I began to flaunt sayings everywhere.
12. The Swedes are a very athletic nation. It is often true that the person is over 80, and he doesn’t look a day over 50.
13. The Swedes are long-lived. This is often due to a measured, stress-free lifestyle and the environment.
14. If you decide to quickly organize a business and rent a room, it is not so easy. Here everything is done slowly. With our pace of life (when you have everything at once) to get used to it will not be easy.
15. The Swedes are obsessed with ecology.
16. Also, the Swedes are very careful of animals. There was a case when someone killed a sparrow in the forest with an air rifle and it was noticed by one of the passers — the man was given 6 months in a penal colony and a fine.
17. In Sweden, it is not accepted after school to enter UNIVERSITY immediately. As a rule, first, they go to work, and then in 20-25 years enter the University.
18. In general, 25-30 years for Sweden – not age. You can often meet students of all ages at the University Desk.
19. Upon reaching the age of 18, young people try to separate themselves from their parents and live separately, because almost everyone can afford it here.
20. Instead of cigarettes Swedes prefer snus. Snus is a type of tobacco product. It is a crushed moistened tobacco, which is placed between the upper (rarely — lower) lip and gum.
21. Movies in cinemas watch in the original with subtitles.
22. Most Swedes are afraid to go to Russia because of the mafia.
23. If you have passed the probation period and entered into an employment contract with the employer, you are almost impossible to dismiss from work, even if you have done something out of the ordinary – so strong Union of Sweden.
24. The Swedes are very kind and sympathetic people. If you have trouble, and at work learned about it, it becomes a problem of the whole team.
25. Up to twenty years old teeth can be treated for free. The most interesting thing is that you can make an appointment almost every week, for all sorts of reasons — whether to remove the stone or just to whiten your teeth.
26. Swedish, Norwegian and Danish – are very similar.
27. Swedes are avid fishermen. But the fishing, as a rule, not for a catch, and for sports interest. Therefore, instead of going home and melt the smokehouse, they calmly release the fish back into the water, after taking a picture with her. By the way, they do not refer pike to edible fish, disdain. That’s why I always left with the perfect catch.
28. From Monday to Friday you will not meet on the street drunk people. And if you meet, it will be some alcoholic (of which there are few in Sweden). But from Friday to Sunday, drunk on the street 80 percent.
29. In Sweden, alcohol is controlled and sold exclusively by the state. Alcohol is not sold to persons under 20 years of age. Also, if you come for the third time in a day, you are likely to refuse to buy, citing the fact that “too often you” — so the state controls the consumption of alcohol. Note, one alcohol store is designed for 20 thousand people, while we have one tent with swill is designed for 200-400 people. And let us, then do not prove that this is not genocide…
30. In apartment buildings are not accepted to have their own washing machine. This is due to the fact that in the homes of the cooperative house there is a special washing room in which the record can be washed, dried and ironed linen. This is done to save energy.