The tea bag thing was stupid considering it starts off with things not related to making tea. I don’t recall ever having to bare skin to make my tea. Then again, I may need to be more adventurous in my tea making.
The long name is not a name. It means something like KimbaDoesNotHaveALongFirstName and the second one AnorexiPanda found means ButHasTheWorldsLongestMiddleNameAndAFairlyLongSurnameToo. It’s Norwegian.
Why do you all assume that KimBa is the one who submitted it? Maybe it was someone else, who has their facebook set to Swedish. And maybe these people actually live in Sweden, so it wouldn’t be all that lame to have the language set to Swedish, would it?
That said, it’s lame when people don’t separate their first and last name. Who are you, Cher?
Enea, you’re just making yourself look silly. Yes, the Swedish word for town is also “stad”. Yes, “sidan” is also a Swedish word, but that means “the page”. The word “sidan” here is the equivalent of the Swedish “sedan” – “ago”. Don’t you know how close Swedish/Nynorsk/Bokmål/Danish are to each other? Just because the word “stad” is also common to Swedish, that doesn’t make this Swedish.