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A BRIEF SUMMARY OF FINNS

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“Finnish Nightmares” is a comic of Finnish “Average Joe” Matti and actually a different kind of social guide to Finland. It was published in mid-October 2015 for the first time, and it quickly became one of the most popular cartoons in Finland.

Finnish people love liquorice, drink a lot of filter coffee and do generally not speak a lot. There are lots of stereotypes about Finland and Finns. Many books and films have been produced about our peculiarities. 

 

And a couple of comics have also been created. One of my favourite comic books is “Finnish Nightmares”. It is a comic of Finnish “Average Joe” Matti and actually a different kind of social guide to Finland. It was published in mid-October 2015 for the first time, and it quickly became one of the most popular cartoons in Finland.

 

“Finnish Nightmares” gives you an insight into the everyday life of Matti, a stereotypical Finn who appreciates peace, quietness and personal space. Matti tries to live according to the principle "Treat others the way you want to be treated by others" and so is giving space, being polite and not bothering with unnecessary chit-chat. Unfortunately, as you might have guessed, it can’t always go that way...    

 

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First Snow_FinnishNightmares

 

Finnish Nightmares-Matti is available as a reflector at mustikka.ch. Get a Finnish Nightmares-Matti now and make yourself or your children visible during the upcoming darker season of the year.

Reflektor Matti_FinnishNightmares

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