5 definitions by Hugin

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The most interesting part with Finland is that the populace's genetics is partly made up off ice and alchohol. This must be true since the finish can 1. wrestle naked in -20 degrees Celsius (ice), 2. drink ANYONE under the table, exept maybe a few russians and like one swede (alcohol)and
3. endure extreme heat in saunas (alcohol and ice).

Finland was once a part of Sweden but due to the most incompetent king in swedish history, Gustav IV, Finland was lost to the opressive russians.
Everyone was very sad however nowadays the finish and the swedish enjoy numerous fun stuff together, such as the Swedish hockey games wich is staged in Finland every second year and in Sweden every second.

People from Finland will treat you like a brother and give you a drink.

People from Japan will make you call them "sama" (master) for 5 years and then aceppting you into the circle of friends, this will include a 5 hour long ceremoni.

See the difference?
by Hugin January 15, 2006
Ritual suicide concieved by the performance of bukakke.
The sound of the perverted suicidal person performing seppukakke: "Hykuaaaa glubbglubbglubb glumfmlmmfllf... aaargh..."
by Hugin January 15, 2006
The swedish poet Carl Michael Bellman (1740-1795) is Sweden's answer to William Shakespere.
He practicly lived in the many pub's bars and tavernas in Stockholm when not trying to please the king Gustav III and naturally many of his songs tell about the people he drank with.

He did also form a parody order: the Order of Bacchus.
To enter this order the demand was to have lay wasted in the gutter twice.
Example from a song written by Bellman:" Drink up your drink, there's death - he waits for you."
by Hugin January 15, 2006
English playwright and author who died in the year of 1616.
Some intend to claim that Shakespere is greatly over rated and if you examine the case and come to the realization that you indeed like Shakespeare, well in that case you haven't attended to high school yet.

There are however theories concerning the real truth about Shakespeare. The theory suggests that there is a deep evil hidden in his works, with the purpouse to steal away the attention from all other authors, such as the swedish poet Carl Michael Bellman.
Common person says: "Hi!"
Shakespeare enthusiast starts waving his arms around and shouting melodramaticly about flowers and the power of spring wich has brought him to meet his friend. When he is done he has one friend less, awake at least.
by Hugin January 15, 2006
Sweden is a wonderful nation located in the northern parts of Europe. Its inhabitants are renowned for their beauty, a common prejudice wich is 95% correct. (the 5% flaw is due to immigrants who hae not yet been integrigated with the other populace.
The people of Sweden is also extremely intelligent and better educated than the generall american or france person.
Sweden also offers a spectacular variouty of wonderful nature. Sweden is actually so great that the word "swedish" is being used world-wide as an expression to determing how good or wonderful something is.

The country also has a long and great history record, as expected from a country as overall nice as Sweden.
From 1561 to 1718 Sweden is considered to be an great european power(becoming a super power during the Thirty-years war 1618-1648), culminating by the year of 1658 by nearly total annihilation of Denmark, what saved the country was an incorrectly drawn map of Copenhagens defenses.
Sadly, Sweden is no longer a super power however the king and queen of Sweden reminds of the nations glory.

Many great poets, authors and scientists was swedish.
For example Carl Michael Bellman, August Strindberg and Carolus Linneaus.

However nothing is all-tgrough well (as shown above considering beautiness).
Sweden has through the act of several misunderstandings in campaigns and ballots been ruled by an almost communistic government which doesn't even have the single majourity to rule alone, bur must take help from the Left (communist) party and the Enviromental party.
This has resulted in the highest tax rates in the world,
25% unemployement and an almost fallen apart national defence. This may be the cause of the sad high suicidal rates in Sweden.

However, Sweden is magnificent and fantastic, as long as you aren't interested in politics.
Person no. 1:"Hey, you're beautiful, intelligent AND nice. Are you from Sweden?"
Person no. 2:"Oh yes of course I am, thanks for the flattering. Now move out of my way, common person."
(Note: Swedish people aren't generally that arrogant, only against danes, as person no. 1 was.)
by Hugin January 15, 2006
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