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Heat makes the Nordics a little weird in the head, unless their country HAS LAVA COMING OUT OF EVERY HOLE MOTHERFLIPPING ICELAND!!!

The Faroe Islands are possibly the coldest of the countries all year round, so he really doesn't handle heat well.


7th April 2015

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Fenniroz

57 F
6 months ago #9505748        
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When my family moved to Australia and father bought a house, the first thing he did was build a sauna in the back garden. Never mind that summers can get up to 45 degrees C where I live. We. must. have. sauna....

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stewy497

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11 months ago #9457739        
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I can relate.
And I just noticed Faroes' little crucifix XD



Giraffe

14 O
1 year ago #9435661        
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OH MY MACARONI AND CHEESUS
HOW DO YOU MAKE ICELAND SO GODDAMN ATTARCTIVE SOMETIMES
HE A FKN CARTOON BUT HE'S MY FIRST MALE CRUSH IN 5 MONTHS
HOW DO YOU DO THAT

(Actually FKN is the name of my band, but you pronounce each letter in our name. Oh, we're most peculiar.)



1 year ago #9423298        
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A sauna doesn`t nessecarily need to be inside a house. In Finland we have portable saunas (sauna boats, sauna trucks etc.) and a sort of festival for them...because who would want to travel without a sauna?
Check it out at: http://sauna-ajot.com/index.php/in-english

No, really, most of them are created for fun or because aquiring the permisson to build one to the yard would be annoying.
I think it just shows how much we love our saunas.

I HAVE BEEN WITHOUT A SAUNA FOR A MONTH
I NEED IT
NOW




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KRyptic

45 M
2 years ago #9384863        
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Strange isn't it, that Germany imported the idea of the Sauna from Finnland so many years ago, and now it has become almost as accepted, or even revered here as in Finnland.

Oh, and btw, the towels should be underneath so you don't get sweat on the wood (the stains are terrible to get out).
So no clothed sauna'ing here.
Especially since some of the synthetic yarn used in bathing clothes does have a tendency to shrivel in heat (excessive of 90°C) which does happen in some saunas. So you might be in for a surprise if you get up after a long sauna tour and find the elastic in your bathing suit or swim trunks 'suddenly' loose all tension. You have been warned. ;-)
Oh, and it's unhygienic, too.



3 months ago #9544360        
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Those helicopters tho xD I can't



5 months ago #9513804        
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Algerlega satt....



8 months ago #9491019        
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Damn Norway and Denmark, stop that! XD
And Iceland is soo chill, i mean, he can walk on lava so what's a sauna for him?

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Nichy

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9 months ago #9481244        
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For some reason I don't think Denmark was under heat influence at that moment. For some very, mysterious reason.

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Spry

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12 months ago #9451618        
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This resonates with me, I was in London in October, the only time I didn't feel like I was boiling was when I was strolling around in the rain in shorts and a t-shirt, needless to say the English people in raincoats looked at me funny.

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