Here at Very Finnish Problems, we’re concerned with the plight of the introvert. Not only do they have to battle for sweet silence and personal space, but many introverts often have to go through the ordeal of explaining their introverted tendencies to the public, which leads to pointless conversations and unwanted socialising.
Now, with our range of Finnish-inspired Introvert-friendly and super-trendy T-shirts, we’ve put an end to the dark days of small talk.
They’re famously Finnish and have been the candy of choice for many Finns for over a century. Yet many people don’t even consider them to be a sweet. We’re are, of course, talking about salmiakki, known in English as salty licorice.
The Finnish are famous for displaying as many feelings as an introverted Buddist monk, making it hard for visitors to know what makes them happy. With this in mind, we’ve put together five foolproof ways to make a Finnish person so full of glee that they may even show it.