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  1. How long does it take for a message on the blog to be “moderated” I posted a message more than a day ago and it’s since not posted online yet.


  2. @Jay – Usually a day as I can be lazy. But once your email address is approved, then you post as much without needing admin approval.

    And since I’m on vacation right now, I’m even lazier. =)

  3. Hi,

    First of all, thanks for a fun site.
    As I swede living in London for the last 5 years, I couldn’t agree with you more regarding the 10 things you don’t like about Sweden.

    Anyway, to make my point… I work for a very good jobsite and would like to be added to your listings on the site how to find a job in Sweden.

    Some of our embeddable tools might be of interest to you?

    A JobBox
    A SearchBox

    Once again, thanks for a fun site and keep up the good work.



  4. not sure your code function works, but this is what i wrote:

    I should confess, I’ve been somewhat of a silent reader these past few weeks. I randomly fell on your blog while on my search for all things sweden. I’m a black male from the mid-atlantic on a mini catharsis of sorts, and decided to start life anew in France, or Provence to be more precise. Anyway, I’ve always been curious about visiting other regions of Europe, including scandinavia, and that’s what led me to your blog.

    I know you’ve expounded on dating customs in Sweden, which have been very informative and amusing. But, I wish to learn a bit more about how one makes real inroads in a society with closed social groups (at least from my lil’ observation). I’m coming with my two best friend for nearly a week to usher in 2011. I’m curious about the demographics in Stockholm (and Kobehavn if you know much about Danes). I’m Ghanaian, and they Brazilian & American and I’m curious how Swedes relate to foreigners and/or people of color.

    We met a few Swedes on facebook we wanted to get to know before the trip, and I’m wondering if this social introversion extends online to social forums, since we’re still technically “strangers.” Any response would be greatly appreciated, and please keep talking about your life in Sweden. I went from being curious about Stockholm to now planning to visit regularly from Marseille this fall :)

    ~ Mike

  5. I’d like to know as many swedes ranged 28- 35 in paris, london, and stockholm.
    I work between paris and london and I am very interested in meeting swedish people, notwistanding the culture is fascinating but their elegance and spirit as well.
    I am actually going to stockholm for holidays with a friend from the 20th to the 29 and would be interesting to meet some of you guys and exhange.

  6. Hi!

    I’ve been looking at your blog and I really like it. I’ve been looking for information about what it’s like to live in Sweden and about the men ;) I just have a few quick questions since I’ve never been to Sweden or met anyone Swedish.
    Is it hard to adjust to living there?
    What was your experience like with meeting people and making friends?
    Are the men in sweden REALLY as good looking as I’ve heard? For example are there really a lot of guys who look like the actor Alexander Skarsgard?
    I’m just curious thank you :)

  7. Hello I am a young man from Algeria fond of Swedish girls looking for love and marital life wonderful

  8. I tried to send you an email, but it keeps saying I have entered the wrong code … which I haven’t! So I’ll just leave the message for you here:

    Hey there!

    I just wanted to drop you a line to say how much I appreciate this blog. I met my Swedish boyfriend while I was studying abroad in Sweden and am currently enjoying his company in the States for the year while he studies. Next year I’ll be following him to Sweden while he finishes up his degree, and will hopefully be getting a job teaching English at one of the English-only speaking schools – probably in Jönköping.

    I’ve really appreciated all your tips on how to go about my job interviews, etc. It’s really helped to calm my fears about living in Sweden a bit – and showing him your 10 Things I Hate About Sweden lists has really helped us open up communication about some of the things he does that I just hate!

    Anyway – thank you so much and I hope you don’t mind me contacting you with questions in the future.

    All the best!


  9. I just bought a oneway ticket from Los Angeles to Stockholm. I leave LA April 1st! I have never been to Sweden, know no one there, just have been feeling I need a life change and Sweden popped into my mind! I am a singer/songwriter and have really like most of the new music coming out of Sweden. I’m just interested in reaching out to people who are already living there and gathering tips to prepare for my adventure!

    Love your blog :)

    ***you can check out some of my music at

  10. heyyy… im coming to stockholm in december the 8th till 12th. really cannot wait.. few things i was wanting to know… what are swedish like with foreigners?? will they know if we are foreign without hearing us talk?? do they prefer scottish over english etc?? ar the women attracted to british men? do they find us exotic?? is it easy to converse with swedish women??? all help would be greatly appreciated!! oh! and are allt he women really tall?? im quite short!!

  11. i’m trying to post in the blog but i can’t seem to find it. i need help on what to do about a swedish guy i like in my film class. i don’t exactly know what to do. he doesn’t talk much and i feel a bit intimidated just going up to him…
    help. :)


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