Loving a Finnish man is awesome. Take it from the horse’s mouth. This topic needs no further introduction, l will happily prove my point with ten reasons!
Ten Reasons to Love a Finnish Man
They participate in plenty of housework. (My) empiric studies show that they particularly do vacuuming, cooking, and grocery shopping with a smile.
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#2 Skills of summarizing
They have a great ability to crystallize things. An example below.
Let’s say your Finnish man has been on a work trip for two weeks. On the last evening, you get a text: “Everything ok. Tomorrow home.”
That is a shortage of: “I miss you like hell, and I am counting down the minutes to be in your arms. You are the love of my life.”
They believe in gender equality. They nurse and love spending time with their children.
#4 Shoulder to cry on
They are like rocks. They make you calm, are good listeners and always mean what they say.
#5 DIY approach
They are handy. When there is a visit to the hardware store and an open budget, you can expect anything and the best possible tools to accomplish the task.
#6 Healthy me time
They love to spend
#7 Your decor
They agree with your decorating style. Also, they are patient when you want, yet again, move a painting which will then escalate into a plastering & repainting project swallowing the entire weekend.
#8 Personal style
They either have a good taste or happily let you help them with their wardrobe. Either way, the end result is that they look good.
#9 Always hungry
They like your bakings so much that you end up being slim as he always eats the majority of treats.
I know which part of relationship life you are also interested in. Let me answer that one with a common joke.
Coming back from the war, what did a Finnish man do first when arriving home? – He made love to his wife.
What did he do an hour later? – He made love to his wife again.
And what did he do then? – He took the skis off from his feet.
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