Poems and fiction in English by a writer from Finland.
International pictures also included.
Some facts, too. Occasionally.
A big and wet hug! That blue hair is quite nice - hope it's waterproof.
Mostly they aru dyed -so come rain or shine, Kutuharju (rains usually, in Finland...)
That looks nice! Hugging is good for body and soul :)
Yes, it looked nice, Almamaria. On the whole, everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves there in Jyväskylä.
While everyone is hugging and having a brotherly good time ... I'm shoveling snow! :O
Well, you'll have the muscles soon, Mick! We only have hugs:))
In 1999, after being in San Francisco for 10 years, a hug-encouraging city, I went back to visit my homeland in Asia. Several times, I forgot and tried to hug some elders and women friends, who shrank from me in fear. I had to remind myself I was in a different culture, where hugging could be too overwhelming for the recipient.
That's true, Kenneth, cultures are different. I know, that if you tried to hug someone you don't know so well here in Finland, you'd be regarded as a moron who doesn't understand the boundaries of people and that you don't respect the privacy of people.The same goes even if you'd knew the people you'd hug. Especially elder people and men in general.
let the snow melt.......a lot of cuddling and hugging
A hug warms in the winter, Griesmail.
Free hugging is very much in fashion! And hugging between more or less friends seems to get more common in the Nordic countries than what I knew when I was young(er)! I like hugging (ladies)!
Huge group hug!
I bet you do, Peter! Yes, hugging is coming more usual in the Nordic countries.BIGBIGHUG, Elina!
There should be more hugs everywhere. I must not be a reel Finn anymore, saying that.
No, not a real Finn, HPY!
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