Hyvä Päivä Teille Kaikille. Or Hello In English

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  1. Foxy1

    Foxy1 Crème de la Crème

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    My god!!! rather thee than me!!
     
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  2. LouHela

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    #42 LouHela, Oct 12, 2020
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    Foxy mate. I've been in colder Manchester houses.
    Of course, just out of view there's a wood-fired cottage sauna.
    Honestly, it's really nice!
     
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  3. Foxy1

    Foxy1 Crème de la Crème

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    That sounds cool then, mate. Enjoy.
    What's Finnish beer like? Had most counties beers, but not bin to Finland.
     
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  4. Callumity

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    There is nothing ‘really nice’ about a countersunk purple acorn.
     
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  5. LouHela

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    Finnish beer sadly ain't great. It's just this industrial brewed stuff.
    Typically 4.7 abv, 33cl tin costs about 1 €urope. Pissy drink.
    They've recently started allowing 5,5% stuff in supermarkets, but it's almost 4€ for a pint tin of Fullers Pride.
    So, I just keep to the cheapo. Meh..
    However, our Swedish cousins have another story to tell!
     
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  6. joe mc donald

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    I won't be coming i like my warm comforts.
    Joe.
     
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  7. LouHela

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    Joe, just about every house and even apartment has its own sauna here. I lived in a council flat for 6 years that even had one.
    Windows are basically triple glazed with two physical windows:
    http://gh-windows.com/upload/iblock/dd2/dd274647454833345498450936e85442.jpg
    Plus two massive front doors, one outward, one inwards.
    My heating bill is next to nothing here even when it's minus 20 in winter.
    My dad couldn't believe it when he came over!.
     
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