If you can say everything with one word, you shouldn’t use any more
(Ok, that headline is dirty but do excuse me. I just had my first cup of coffee and I am hyper)
Finnish Sexpo organisation, that works to increase sexual education, has recently decided that Finnish women’s private parts need to have an official proper noun, like a mans Willy is called “Jorma” in Finland.
Sexpo held an event where they were pondering what would be the perfect name for the precious vajayjay. The result is “Ilona”. What is funny is that it’s not only a name: “Ilona” can also be used to describe how something or someone has been making people happy. Using “ilona” like this is quite rare, but it’s possible:
"Hän on ollut ilonamme koko tämän illan" would translate along these lines: "She/he has been here all night and it has been a pleasure to all of us"
Seppo, remember Antabus
— Fan submission, thanks prettymotherfuckingpositive
It’s good that people take care of each others proper medication.
Depressing Finland turned one year old few days ago! (I compeletely forgot this, I don’t remember birthdays nor any other celebration days)
This was the first photo I ever posted here, written by my school mate during photographing course.
At first the blog was really supposed to be just random, ugly pictures from my neighborhood but it didn’t stay that way for too long. Since then DF has gained whopping 7702 followers. That’s incredible, really. Beyond my wildest internet dreams. I thank you all for your support.
Next fall Finland’s postal service publishes Tom of Finland’s homoerotic drawings as stamps. I guess that next September I will begin using snail mail again.
When I was 16 years old I dreamed of singing in a band but being a rather introvert (and not stunningly talented to be honest) I never had a chance to actually meet people who would like to form a band with me. If you are a musical being and wish to share your talent and maybe find people to play with you I recommend you to check out this site. It’s something I really wish I had back in the days.
And the good thing is, if you find someone to jam with - you don’t need to be in the same room - not even in the same country. You can record the songs with your friend and mix it online. Which is extremely cool.
I do not work for this company and they have not paid to me to say anything. I just wish that if there’s someone like me desperately wanting to create music but have no friends to carry out with that dream, he or she would find band members through this. And it’s for everyone, not just for Finns.
So I found this sign on our neighbour’s fence during the winter.
Bonca from Vaasa
— Fan submissio, thanks biggirlvsthebigworld
"Dumbass don’t hit, you’re spilling the beer"
And if you’re lucky enough tonight, you might have “hääyöaie" in future, intention for a wedding night, that is.
"Yogurt is useless"
— Fan submission, thanks oopperan-kummitus