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January 17, 2013 |
In: Foreigners, Video, WTF
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this must be what makes them one of the happiest and most developed countries in the world.
this would be a terribly in convenient place to get raped
we have that sort of things here in the states.. except, it's usually our dogs that play that game
Not cool when watching The Grey.
That's at the dorms at the University of Stockholm, Lappis dorms. Its tradition there.
I'm making $86 an hour working from home. I was shocked when my neighbor told me she was averaging $95 but I see how it works now. I feel so much freedom now that I'm my own boss. This is what I do, Rich45.ℂOM
Imagine the hot sexy ass blonde bitches screaming back? God-damned Swedish models.
Um those screams sound north american
that settles it, i'm moving to sweden
This is why I do all my raping in Sweden at 10pm.
thats freakin hilarious
When that happens in my neighborhood their owners go outside and hit them with a newspaper.
it's sweden, so i just assume those are all sex sounds.
I used to live in Lappls (the student community in Stockholm where this video was shot) and it brings back memories! The idea is to stick your head out your window and scream to voice your frustration out every week ….. And then head to the bar! Awesomeness
This wouldn't work in Canada. You’d hear. “Hey buddy! Shut the fuck up eh?”
WTF Sweden, you used to be cøøl. Now you're just crëëpy.
That's why they have so many suicides…….. people go crazy for all the screaming and lack of sleep (due to the screaming of course)
Violence must be almost nil there if this is there reaction to a yawp! It's like a foreign country or something!!
geez *THEIR reaction…dummy!
Sure Go ahead… GET THE ZOMBIES ALL WORKED UP!!!
calllllll the locksmith
Every evening at 10 p.m. the “Flogsta Scream” may be heard, when students scream collectively from windows, balconies and roof tops. There is controversy over how the tradition started. Some locals say it was simply a stress reliever, which started during exam times and then became a daily occurrence. Others say it started in remembrance of a student who committed suicide in the 1970s.
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