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-You go seriously sentimental when entering an IKEA store, outside the borders of Sweden.
-You secretly love the Eurovision Song Contest to pieces.
-You take your shoes off when entering a house.
-You have been accused of being from Switzerland. Repeatedly.
-You find it OBVIOUS that a mile is 10 kilometers.
-Every time you see a Swedish brand/actor/company/phone/car/furniture store you feel compelled to point that out to your friends (with badly hidden pride in your voice).
-You brag about the free healthcare and the free school system to every non-Swede that you have a political conversation with.
-You find it suprising that you can't swear on TV abroad.
-People are very long instead of being very tall.
-You refer to weeks by their number.
-You refer to your age with the year you were born.
-When someone asks you “Hi, how are you?” you actually take time out to explain how you are.
-You have serious difficulties crossing the street when there is a red light. Even when there are no cars. 
-You have a craving for at least one litre of milk a day.
-Non-Swedes say your name in fifty different ways, but no one can get it right.
-You find it adorable when people from other countries get excited about a few milimetres of snow that only stays on the ground for a few hours.
-You have absolutely no idea what is meant by” Swedish massage” that keeps being advertised in spas all over the world.
-You can't understand why people write in pen instead of pencil.
-It's acceptable to eat lunch at 11.00.
-It doesn't feel like lunch unless it's a hot, full course meal.
-You use mmmm as a conversation filler.
-Having to book seat numbers at a cinema makes perfect sense. And you sit in your booked seat even if there are only 2 other people there and your seat is in the front row, on the side.
-You don´t eat the jacket on your potato.
-You would never ever even consider using a metal knife on the butter.
-It's May. It's 15C degrees. And you're stretched out on your balcony in your bikini trying to get a head start on your tan.
-You use the word "or" as a question.
-You get uncomfortable when a stranger starts talking to you on the bus.
-You automatically line up the barcodes on all your groceries at the supermarket checkout.


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