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'Dragon Tattoo' Won't Free Your Mind Like Sweden Dance Club Lunches

Post by Lindsay Mannering When I sit back and ponder northern Europe as I often do, Robyn, dragon tattoos, and Elin Nordegren come to mind. But after reading this latest little tidbit out of Sweden, dance parties will surely dominate my Nordic daydreams going forward. Word on the Internets is that instead of lunch breaks, Swedes are taking dance breaks. While most of us Americans eat our six-inch Subway sandwiches in front of our computers, the Swedes take an hour to shake their grove thing in the middle of the day.
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