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“Hi, I’m Martin Luther, I’ll be your server today.”
It’s a beautiful day to relax in the park with a curl up with a good iPhone.
I just witnessed the birth of a beautiful new peanut! So heartwarming.
People just love looking at their phones! I guess I do too. It’s fun!
Were there no sunny days during World War II? I’m in Berlin right now and it’s gorgeous.
We’re beautiful like diamonds in the sky.
So awesome to get multiple push notifications about who won the Kentucky Derby while I’m waiting for the live stream on the goddamn NBCSports website to “initialize.”
Here are a few photos from a tiny street called Pustegränd on the island of Södermalm in central Stockholm.
The street is just a couple blocks long and is about 130 meters in length (425 feet). A large portion of that distance is made up of steep stairs that connect the higher elevation of the island to the streets near the water.
This short video from Apple Maps shows where is Pustegränd is located in Stockholm.
Here is a link to the street on Google Maps.
Scott spent his Christmas holidays/vacation in – where else? – America. But just how much did he have to drink? Judging by his audio postcard from a New Orleans bar it seems he was 80 per cent/percent drunk. At least. Or so he says.
Karin, on the other hand, is terrible at math/s and doesn’t do percentage drunkenness. But at least she knows she was drunk enough to force her visiting Best Friend Beth™ make the first snow angel of her life. Audio proof provided.
And, did you know who really loves going to breweries and bars? Babies do! And Scott has the evidence.
It’s a brand new episode, live from sunny Bandhagen, where spring has sprung, the flowers are blooming and the birds are singing! (How’s that for an alternative fact?)
It’s the 10th December – which is not Lucia Day, nor is it Saint Nicholas’ Day or Karin’s birthday. It’s Nobel Day!
We speculate about the reasons why Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature this year. Our theory? The Swedish Chef on the Muppet Show most definitely has something to do with it.
And for all our dedicated fans who enjoyed our laundry room special, we return to air our – or, in fairness, Karin’s – dirty laundry in public.
That’s all for 2016. Merry frickin’ Christmas from your favo/u/rite Snuggling with the Enemy personalities!
As Karin and I discussed in Episode 21 of the Snuggling With the Enemy podcast, I recently made my Swedish acting debut in a television commercial.
The company is Boxer, a satellite TV provider, and their new product allows people to receive many channels regardless of where they are. Sweden, as you may know, is a huge and largely natural country, so getting cable TV in your camper or summer cottage is sometimes not possible.
One might think you should just relax with your family and friends instead of traveling to the countryside to watch television.
My only spoken line in the spot is, “I husvagnen också?” which means, “In the camper, too?” To which Boxer’s recurring character Robert – a man with a large creepy, digitally-animated head – replies, “Absolutely.”
Check it out below!
Swedish is a beautiful language. That is, as long as you just listen to the Swedish Chef on The Muppet Show. But when you start dissecting what it is those Swedelings are actually saying, it turns out to be DISGUSTING.
Find out the true story behind words like “infart,” “kock,” “puss” and “Titti” as Scott and Karin get together in their Bandhagen studio to record a new podcast episode… in the company of an entire box of rosé. You’ll also find out everything you never wanted to know about Karin’s new job, Scott’s acting career, and shopping at Willy’s.
We know you’ve waited a long, long time, but here it is now. An extra-long episode for all you Snugglers!
Want to improve your chances of finding love through online dating? And who (or what) exactly is Karin’s new life companion?
Find out in the second-anniversary episode of Snuggling with the Enemy, in which we talk about the Dos and Don’ts of Tinder!
Welcome to episode number 20 of Snuggling with the Enemy!
One whole year since recording our last full episode, Snuggling with the Enemy returns to the podwaves for a brand new season of podcast funtimes.
Find out what really went down in Farsta, what happened to the first-hand contract, and what the Snugglers have been up to in the past year!
Season 3 opens with the usual, ridiculous laugh track and references most people will never get, submerged, as always, in a pool of otherworldly sound effects. Oh, and of course, we pay tribute to Sweden’s pride and joy: ABBA.
We are BACK IN THE GAME.
From the depths of the archive vaults deep down in the Stockholm suburb of Farsta come the ultimate Snuggling with the Enemy outtakes: It’s THE LOST EPISODE!
For your aural pleasure, we present a WHOLE THIRD of an episode consisiting of Scott & Karin airing their DIRTY LAUNDRY in public – NOT excluding their DIRTY UNDERPANTS!
Also on The Lost Episode: Communal laundry rooms and launderettes/laundromats! Overly tight trousers/pants! Karin’s Best Friend Beth™! We finally settle correct – and incorrect – pronunciations of the word bourbon! And… that’s it, really.
Flashback 4th of July in Middletown, Kentucky. That’s me on the left with Talking Baby Beans.
Tack för fem(-ish) fantastiska år på Bonnier Tidskrifter.
My associates Alicia Cavender, Chris Reinstatler, Carla Wettig and I, at Carla’s wedding to former teen model Joel Jacob in Louisville.
A family reunion and some Mexican food in Louisville.
I’m on a boat, as they say.
I’m taking some notes by the water in Stockholm with a couple souvenir writing instruments from my hometown.
A screenshot from the 1983 film The Right Stuff.
Strawberries are growing on the window sill in Farsta
With the Snugglers now being flatmates/roommates – although, just to clarify, we do NOT share a room – last night we enjoyed a lovely dinner together. What we had to eat? Baguettes, pasta, basil, and tomatoes. It goes without saying that a discussion arose on how to pronounce all of the aforementioned foodstuffs…
Like most of the Western world, Sweden has had its share of anglicisation. In fact, Swedes are so fond of the English language, they have incorporated English words into their own language in weird, wonderful and mysterious ways. On today’s episode, we discuss some very odd such Swenglish phrases, including: Fan, fuck, förlåt!, Yes box!, Crazy bananas! and Shit pommes frites!
Ever been made to feel uneasy due to colleagues at work having cringe-worthy conversations? Well, we bet it’s nothing compared to some of the things you’ll hear in Swedish workplaces – which Scott will attest to, having recently been made to listen to a very open-minded discussion at work about “feminine hygiene” products.
Also on this week’s episode: Friday coffee! Typing class anecdotes! Gordon Ramsay! Swearing in Swedish and English!
Duration: 32 minutes
Welcome to the very first Snuggling episode recorded in the brand new Snuggling HQ podcast studio!
But first things first: We are so, SO sorry we’ve been away for SO long! The simple explanation for our absence from the podwaves is that we recently moved in together in the beautiful Stockholm suburb of Farsta. In other words, we’ve been very busy moving all our stuff, familiarising ourselves with the redneck-handkerchief-loving locals and, most importantly, setting up our brand new recording studio!
In episode number 16 we catch up on what’s happened in the past month or so, and explain our extreme luck in having landed a förstahandskontrakt – a first-hand contract for our flat/apartment. It basically means we could live in it for the rest of our lives, should we want to! We discuss the ludicrousness of communicating with the person sitting right next to you via email, and dissect the difference between being manic and just being happy – FOR ONCE.
Also, don’t miss: Fingernail clippings in Dunkin’ Donuts! 1950s pantries! Special offers! Mobiles, cell phones and Handys! Slobber and dribble! Plus all the usual sound effects and fights over which pronunciation is better – American or British.
Duration: 31 minutes