16 Photos Proving That Life in Sweden Is Nothing Like in the Rest of the World

10.4 million people live in Sweden — that’s just 2 million more than in New York City alone. But this country has just as many surprises as countries with larger populations. Maybe even more.

We at Bright Side love finding out how people in other countries live. And Sweden won over our hearts.

Swedish kebab-pizza

Diapers in Sweden have a father on the packaging.

Stockholm subway

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Look at the internet speed in Sweden.

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“Stayed in a Boeing 747 converted into a hostel at Arlanda Airport, in Sweden.”

“In Sweden, we get a text message when our blood has helped a patient. This is my 3rd time donating.”

Sweden has baby stroller parking spots

Swedish planes are named after famous people.

Miriam Bryant is a Swedish singer and songwriter.

The art of parking in Stockholm

In Stockholm, there are cutouts in the barrier allowing children and adults to observe the construction site/river.

A record store for mice in Lund

Chessboards on the tables in parks

These buses in Malmö, Sweden can go in both directions like a tram.

This Stockholm tree is one of the tallest Christmas trees in the world. It’s 35 meters tall.

“Saw this in a toilet in Sweden. What’s it for?”

It’s a special toilet to separate urine.

A cute traffic light in Stockholm

Have you ever been to Sweden? What impressed you the most?

Preview photo credit kc3w / Reddit

I Love This Bar by Toby Keith

If you are a fan of country music, you might be familiar with the song “I Love This Bar” by Toby Keith. It is one of his most popular and successful songs, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in 2003. But do you know the story behind the song and what inspired Keith to write it?

According to Wikipedia, Keith wrote this song with his friend and fellow songwriter Scotty Emerick. They were inspired by a bar they visited in Syracuse, New York, where they saw a diverse crowd of people having fun and enjoying themselves. They decided to write a song that celebrates the bar culture and the sense of community it creates.

The song describes various characters that frequent the bar, such as bikers, yuppies, college kids, soldiers, and farmers. Keith sings about how he loves the bar for its atmosphere, music, drinks, and friendly staff. He also mentions some of the features of the bar, such as a jukebox, a dance floor, a pool table, and a big TV screen.

The song’s title also inspired a chain of restaurants owned by Keith named Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill. The restaurants feature live music, memorabilia, and southern-style food. The first one opened in 2005 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and since then more than 20 locations have been opened across the US.

You can listen to the song on Spotify or watch the official music video on YouTube. You can also read more about the meaning behind the song on this website. If you love this song as much as Toby Keith loves this bar, you might want to check out his other hits from his album Shock’n Y’all, such as “American Soldier” and “Beer for My Horses”.

See alsoAnnie’s Song by John Denver

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