Everything is public in Sweden

Our neighbors in Sweden are selling their house, so we checked the web page, curious people that we are. And we found this information about the neighborhood:

  • 34% are between 50 and 64 years old (they don't say what the radius is here, but they must be hiding some young'uns somewhere)
  • Half are married (presumably not to the other half)
  • 25% are couples with no children living at home
  • About a third live in nice-sized houses built before 1931
  • People are interested in hunting, fishing, and mucking about in the garden
  • They still read the morning papers and subscribe to car magazines and house/home/gardening postilles.
They missed how often we cut the grass and what the average height of the grass is.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

...or how many are suspicious furriners ?!!