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The Magic of Stockholm

The Magic of Stockholm

(3:44) Charlie Caper's magic take on Stockholm, it's not a coincident.

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Guest: Sat (1349 days ago)

and the blonde arian sexy sexy feminists.

i should move to stockholm, but i don't want to learn sweedish.

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and the blonde arian sexy sexy feminists.

i should move to stockholm, but i don't want to learn sweedish.

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Someone let me know how this card manipulation ends? I'm off to pack my case and move to Sweden.

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Someone let me know how this card manipulation ends? I'm off to pack my case and move to Sweden.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1349 days ago)

I have to admit, Stockholm sounds very appealing. And being in the EU, I could just move there. Hmmm... food for thought.

Is Sweden like the Netherlands, where everybody speaks English?

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I have to admit, Stockholm sounds very appealing. And being in the EU, I could just move there. Hmmm... food for thought.

Is Sweden like the Netherlands, where everybody speaks English?

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TheBob TheBob (1349 days ago)

I was there earlier this year. Yep - everyone speaks English and is very friendly. (The standard Swedish greeting is "Hey" so even total strangers sound very relaxed and familiar)

Two downsides: it's very expensive - even pricier than London; and they have very little daylight in winter. But definitely go and visit

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I was there earlier this year. Yep - everyone speaks English and is very friendly. (The standard Swedish greeting is "Hey" so even total strangers sound very relaxed and familiar)

Two downsides: it's very expensive - even pricier than London; and they have very little daylight in winter. But definitely go and visit

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