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setheverman:

did-you-kno:

Fika is the Swedish tradition of having coffee, cake, and a chat. It’s such an integral part of the culture that many businesses have fika twice a day, and sometimes it’s mandatory. Source Source 2

According to IKEA’s corporate website: “Some of the best ideas and decisions happen at fika.“

so after reblogging this to find out if other countries had this as well, i found out the following:

  • germany: yeah we have something similar called “Kaffee und Kuchen” :)
  • america: i work 16 hours per day at minimum wage and get a 7 minute unpaid lunch break, and instead of “fika” i have “suffering” and “death”
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