Published : 2014-12-24 (over 3 years Ago) - Last updated over 2 years Ago
21 Funny sweden facts
Enjoy these fun, incredible, interesting, awesome and random sweden facts.
1. Sweden is so efficient in using its garbage in waste to energy programs that it is now out of garbage and imports it from Norway.
2. In Sweden, it is illegal to name your baby Metallica, Superman, Veranda, Ikea or Elvis.
3. Top 10 last names in Sweden: Andersson, Johansson, Karlsson, Nilsson, Eriksson, Larsson, Olsson, Persson, Svensson, Gustafsson
4. The new Facebook trend in Sweden is downing a glass of beer on camera in 30 sec and then challenge 3 friends to do the same within 24 hours.
5. In Sweden, where 4 out of 5 transactions do not use cash anymore, some homeless people started to carry credit card readers.
6. The official Twitter account of Sweden is given to a random Swedish citizen every week to manage.
7. Sweden pays high school students $187 per month to attend school.
8. Sweden is the largest spender on ketchup. $4 per capita. Australia is second at $2.50
9. In Sweden, it is legal to be a prostitute, but it is illegal to be a customer of a prostitute.
10. Spanking is prohibited by law in Sweden
11. In Sweden, parents are not allowed to spank their kids.
12. Sweden pays high school students $131 every month to attend school.
13. In Sweden, you can take sick leave during your vacation if you are ill.
14. A "condom ambulance" is a vehicle in Stockholm, Sweden that delivers a 10 pack of condoms right to your doorstep when called upon!
15. When Sweden ran out of trash it started importing garbage from Norway.
16. File sharing is an official religion in Sweden.
17. You need a license to dance in Sweden.
18. 50 birds were found dead on a residential street in Sweden, with no visible injuries.
19. Sweden recycles so well that it has run out of garbage and now must import garbage from Norway to fuel its energy programs.
20. Sweden drinks more coffee than any other country in the world.
21. Advertising to children under the age of 12 is illegal in Norway and Sweden.