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Stockholm’s Silly Sights

I’ve just returned from a nice weekend getaway to Stockholm. My fiancée and I have gone there to witness a live show of the one-man comedy army Louis C.K.

If you don’t know who Louis C.K. is, I am so, so sorry. You have been deprived of life-enhancing laughter for way too long. You must check him out, starting with Shameless, working through Chewed Up and culminating in Hilarious. If you like these, then check out literally anything else of his! DO IT!

You all know me, so you know what’s coming. Yup, some more pictures snapped in the streets of Stockholm, to be ridiculed. Let’s make it happen.

No Dancing Tram

No Moonwalking OR Capoeira on the tram? Sounds boring!

Car Suicide

“Dude, don’t do it, she’s not worth it! You’ll find another Renault!”

Chimneys In Disguise

“Sssshhhh! Stay very quiet, they won’t know we’re not people!”

Fighting Bunnies

“Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em” Rabbits. Coming summer 2013!

Red Tie Thieves

That’s uncanny! How’d you know I wear a red tie and carry Monopoly money in my pocket?!

Rude Elevator Hiss

Well that’s an unnecessarily rude elevator!

Slipping On A Roomba

Slipping on a Roomba – the number one cause of home injuries!

Flying Colourful Bikes

Yet another group of hapless hippies are lured into Magneto’s clever trap!

That’s all for now.

Tomorrow I’m leaving to Ukraine until the 8th of April, so there’s a good chance I won’t be posting stuff. Then again, I’m fickle, so who knows, right?

Oh those Swedes…

Some days you just don’t have the energy to write a complete post. Or at least a complete post that doesn’t sound forced. This is one of those days for me. But I’m not going let that stop me from actually posting stuff, because denial is how I roll. Also, I’ve realised that I have forgotten to add a picture to my travel oddities post. And so I bring you a motorbike ad from Stockholm:

The best kind of fart, I guess?

And just when you started to believe my blog is all fun and games – baaaam, educational curveball: “Full Fart” means “Full Speed” in Swedish. Doesn’t make it less funny though, does it?