The Kolarbyn Eco-Lodge, somewhere northwest of Stockholm, consists of 12 wood and mud huts. No electricity, no running water, no WIFI, no housekeeping or room service, and no warm place to go doodoo, all for about $80 per adult per night.
Okay, it’s rustic but there’s more to it than just the huts and a half-dozen shared “business buckets.” You get to have deep conversations about saving the planet with other eco-tourists who haven’t bathed either.
Nobody ever goes Full Fart.
[Psst: It’s a speed control gauge from a Swedish steam locomotive. Found here via here. And yeah, the title is a reference to this.]
Oh, yeah. It’s Canadian. It’s Swedish. It’s Fish. Right.
What we’ve got here is 538.6 grams of sticky pogie bait gummiecrap being advertised and sold as Original Swedish Fish (as opposed to the ubiquitous knock-offs). You Canucks ought to be ashamed, regardless of the Olympics, so don’t try to pawn this one off on the Greeks. Where do you get off mocking the Swedes?
[Found in Bunk’s kitchen.]