Monday, 31 March 2008

The Traditional Way of Spending Time in Finland







The Finnish tradition: "let's have a beer".











And another.











And why not one more!











And of course one for my baby and one more for the road.






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14 comments:

Pisara said...

I'm wondering what the knife and the fork are doing in the first picture. They can't not be used effectively in drinking beer, can they?

SusuPetal said...

That is a good question, Pisara, I'm wondering about it too. Maybe someone has left them there????

lepis said...

I never ever do that!

SusuPetal said...

You better not, Lepis:)

korpun said...

Yummy!

Elegia said...

And some of us pretty finns drink cider! We have a lot of drinks to drink!!! I love Finnish traditions :P

Elegia said...

I think the first glass is most beautiful (and it's almost full)!

SusuPetal said...

Korpun, cheers!

Yes, that is true, Elegia, luckily we have other drinks, too. I prefer the traditional "lonkero"(a long drink made of gin and lemon or something like that)

hpy said...

And I'm a wine drinker. Cheers.

SusuPetal said...

The traditional way of spending time in France, HPY:)

Mick said...

*** burrrppp! *** :)

SusuPetal said...

Enjoying your beer, Mick?

Peter said...

Certainly a (not only) Finnish tradition! Lapin Kulta or Karhu (not the best beers in the world - sorry!) Like hpy, today I rather go for wine!

SusuPetal said...

I prefer dark beer from Czech, Peter. Yammy!