finnish stereotypes

Finnish stereotypes discussed in Germany

_ melancholic
_ very tall, blond
_ they love nature
_ frugal
_ calm
_ sturdy
_ sauna fans
_ very good looking women

Posted in finnish stereotypes on November 17th, 2006 by Martina

Association areas, perceptions, stereotypes, facts and names

Posted in *miscellaneous, finnish stereotypes, german stereotypes on November 17th, 2006 by Ira

Questions to the Finnish

_ is there a typical, traditional hat for the south in Finnland?

_ in fact, how important is the sauna for the Finnish?

_ what kind of symbol/association are birches for you

Posted in finnish culture/traditions, finnish stereotypes on November 16th, 2006 by Martina

finnish stereotypes discussed in finnland

finnish people make pauses during discussions (nobody minds silent breaks)

transmitting culture

order

down to earth

women-land

finnish language has no gender!!!!!!!

but 13 cases…

Posted in finnish stereotypes on November 16th, 2006 by pascal

finnish people are blond

finnish people drink a lot (just wodka of course)
finnish people love nature, elks and reindeers
finnish people stay in log cabins for the weekend
Finland is cold and dark
Finland is mainly forest, birches and fir trees and snow

Posted in finnish stereotypes on October 24th, 2006 by Martina