You may say that this is a cliche and stereotype but during the 7 years I have lived here I have confirmed that Finnish people are really shy specially when it comes to talk to foreigners in English.Although I know many extroverted Finnish people they are probably only a 1% or 2 % of the Finnish population.Some forums can only be seen by registered members.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.
Plus, Jasmine kind of got my hackles up with a previous post. She’s a German blogger, and I give her mad props for being able to write so well in English. At least getting one woman after another into your bed, is really easy, even if you’re quite ugly! Men and women are meeting each other, at clubs, coffee shops, and at the mailbox on the corner. And you probably don’t notice it much unless—-oh wait—-they’re of different races.
If they’ve tried to kill themselves or they’re take a lot of pills or they have a way-too-close relationship with their parents or they psycho or they list “taking naps” as one of their hobbies (always a warning signal for problems ahead) or they’re skinny and think they’re fat …they’ll let you know about this stuff during the appetizer.
Finns might get embarrassed when an outsider sees Matti Nykänen but I cringe everytime I hear something like, “Today’s rose ceremony is probably the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make in my life.” …until next week’s rose ceremony.
And if it sounds a bit like I’m down on Japanese women, that’s not the case.
What I’m not so cool with is repeating the same unfounded information about Japan. Anyway, if you’ve made it through this lengthy preface, then go check out the full article in all its glory, and let me know what you think.