Oslo Is a Paradise
In a cold corner of Scandinavia lies Oslo, a city drenched in darkness for the better part of each year. Sounds fun, right?
It gets better. During the summers the sun sets only for a couple of hours a night, which—in addition to the fact that the Norwegian lax immigration policies allow Swedes to take up most of the jobs in bars and restaurants—means that Oslo citizens are pretty much let free to make complete fools of ourselves six months a year.
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