Blogtober – #22

22. Five blogs you love.

I mean… five? Here are two, and they’re both in Swedish:

Linnéa i USA
Alla har en bok inom sig


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Blogtober – #21

21. What is your favorite song?

Oh come on, like you can choose only one?

Here are four songs I’ve played a lot recently:

 


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Blogtober – #19

19. Share your funniest memory from childhood?

Eeeh. Look, my sense of humor has changed significantly from when I was a child, so the things that had me laughing my ass of then are… let’s say “less amusing” now.

Although, if being dark is alright, the last Christmas my dad was alive, I remember him (with impaired hearing) talking to – and agreeing completely with – my maternal grandmother (who was also hard of hearing) about something or other until my mom ruined their party by telling them that they were actually not talking about the same thing at all. Then they both got annoyed with her instead 😀


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Blogtober – #17

17. Pop your music on shuffle and share the first 10 songs

(Whaaat? I like the theme song, but this I don’t even know why it’s in my Spotify library…)

I totally discovered Afasi & Filthy through John Green’s book, and some songs are just too filthy (no pun intended) for me. But I like this one. (“I couldn’t care less”)

Yeah, still enjoy this one too. Redneck as it may be with the banjo 😀

FM Belfast are – despite the name – Icelanders. I really like their music, and really really cannot stand the live shows. Not due to the music obviously, but they encourage audience participation and are all “jump along”. No thank you.

Ooh, flashback to my teens. How cool is she?!

I mean.. it’s still good, but so slow to get started?

Reggae/ska isn’t my cup of tea, but for some reason I can’t resist Tanya.

Pascal Pinon consists of two Icelandic sisters. This song was written by one of their friends and is in Swedish. They don’t speak or understand Swedish, so I’m pretty impressed (although, you know, Icelandic and Swedish are obviously pretty closely related, but still).

I’m still surprised these Canadian rockers aren’t more well-known.

Aah, my favorite – Annika. One of my favorite songs with her too. Just listen to those lyrics!!


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