This is how my parents describe how they went to school 🥶 from funny
This is how my parents describe how they went to school 🥶
What about hanging clothes to freeze dry out on the clothes line? That’s the FUN part!!!!
Wow she is strong
As a Nordic person, I can confirm that this is how we do it. We often collaborate with polar bears to make the hole in the ice, so that they can fish there, and we can do our laundry.
Mine had it worse. Uphill. Both ways.
Bahaha the last bit when she’s trudging through the shoulder-high snow got me XD
Luxury. We used to have to get out of the lake at three o’clock in the morning, clean the lake, eat a handful of hot gravel, go to work at the mill every day for tuppence a month, come home, and Dad would beat us around the head and neck with a broken bottle, if we were LUCKY!
her jacket must have been in the laundry.
I live in Canada and we do almost exactly like this. First we apologize to the ice before breaking it and we pour maple syrup in the hole for all our first nations ancestors. Laundry comes out smelling fresh.
Man look at how burned her hands looks like? She is truly amazing
This is Jonna Jinton, a Swedish artist. The YouTube video for this has a 😉 face in the description, which I would assume implies that yes, it is satire. Regardless, she’s hekkin strong and I have no doubt that video kept her warm while filming! 😂
Lol i feel like when she was rubbing the clothes at the end she was having regret but relief shes almost done with the video, she looked so cold haha
My grandmother (now dead, but would have been 87 years old if she lived) told me about the old days washing the clothes in the river during winter. She had five kids, and laundry, cooking and cleaning was all she managed to fit into the day.
She remembers all the clothes being stiff as planks when she finished washing them, due to frost, and having to carrying the pile of clothes inndoor to melt.
Life has changed alot, atleast in the western World. (Living in Norway btw.) Makes me feel very lucky thinking about her story, while putting on the laundry (Even though its still a hasle, it could be way worse)
I’ll just wear dirty clothes, thanks 😜
That water looks dirty tho.
And the way she dumps it in, how much sank to the bottom?
Norwegian here, this is incorrect. We wear way less clothes
faaake. no real nordic person would neglect to shovel their walkway.
They did laundry at school?
How does she get her whites so white? She’ll never tell.
I’m sure it is totally politically incorrect to say I’d marry that woman in a heartbeat.
Impressive. Now show me how they do a hot water cycle.
Still more efficient than going to the corner coin laundromat
No wonder they prefer to just join the men on viking raids.
God her hands are like beet red when she’s done with her washing. That’s some dedication for a video.
Guys she literally walked in the snow both ways to do laundry….
Machine wash cold
1) Faaaaaake. If she were for real she’d known it’s way easier to push the blocks of ice under and over away from the hole.
2) I absolutely *need* that ice saw.
Where did they find the time to develop such a good sense of humour?
She straight up spit in the water after putting her clothes in??
Jonna Jinton, such a lovely energy and amazingly talented.
Has a YT channel and a jewelry company
This is true, I hate washing day. Washing machines are currently illegal in the nordics since they disturb the polar bears so we have to make do.
Okay so no one’s gonna comment on how this girls wearing a summer dress over there, for that long. It’s tripping me out.
It was all just mildly entertaining until the very end when she was trudging through waist deep snow. Then it was perfect!
I live in Sweden and this is how it’s done. she must be rich though.. a saw? I use my hands to make the hole.
Her poor hands!
She’s wearing a freaking short sleeved dress.
OP is so stupid, believing that Nordic people are actually real
Imagine losing your favorite shirt under the ice
I’m from Denmark and this is accurate.
Living in the north of Norway I can confirm. This is precisely the way we do it.
She is one tough lady.