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Unohda hygge ja muut pohjoismaiset elämäntaito-oppaat! Suomi on yksi maailman onnellisimmista maista. Tilastokeskuksen vuonna 2016 kokoamien tietojen mukaan Suomi on muun muassa maailman vakain valtio, maailman vapain maa, maailman turvallisin maa. Lisäksi Suomessa on maailman paras hallinto ja maailman riippumattomin oikeuslaitos. Suomi on myös inhimillisen hyvinvoinnin ve Unohda hygge ja muut pohjoismaiset elämäntaito-oppaat! Suomi on yksi maailman onnellisimmista maista. Tilastokeskuksen vuonna 2016 kokoamien tietojen mukaan Suomi on muun muassa maailman vakain valtio, maailman vapain maa, maailman turvallisin maa. Lisäksi Suomessa on maailman paras hallinto ja maailman riippumattomin oikeuslaitos. Suomi on myös inhimillisen hyvinvoinnin vertailussa maailman paras maa. Kaiken tämän auvon selittää vain yksi seikka. Missään muualla maailmassa ei ole osattu yhtä onnistuneesti kuvata hyvän olon, rentoutumisen ja palautumisen filosofiaa yhdessä ainoassa sanassa: Kalsarikänni. Jokainen tietää, mitä kalsarikänni on, kun sen kokee. Todellinen taitaja nauttii kalsarikännistä myös joutuessaan pois kotoaan työreissuilla hotellissa, vieraisilla tai lomamatkalla. Kalsarikänni on elämänasenne, meditaatiota joka vapauttaa paineista ja pakonomaisesta sosiaalisesta suorittamisesta. Se ei ole takakireää hyggeilyä, vaan aitoa nollaamista.


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Unohda hygge ja muut pohjoismaiset elämäntaito-oppaat! Suomi on yksi maailman onnellisimmista maista. Tilastokeskuksen vuonna 2016 kokoamien tietojen mukaan Suomi on muun muassa maailman vakain valtio, maailman vapain maa, maailman turvallisin maa. Lisäksi Suomessa on maailman paras hallinto ja maailman riippumattomin oikeuslaitos. Suomi on myös inhimillisen hyvinvoinnin ve Unohda hygge ja muut pohjoismaiset elämäntaito-oppaat! Suomi on yksi maailman onnellisimmista maista. Tilastokeskuksen vuonna 2016 kokoamien tietojen mukaan Suomi on muun muassa maailman vakain valtio, maailman vapain maa, maailman turvallisin maa. Lisäksi Suomessa on maailman paras hallinto ja maailman riippumattomin oikeuslaitos. Suomi on myös inhimillisen hyvinvoinnin vertailussa maailman paras maa. Kaiken tämän auvon selittää vain yksi seikka. Missään muualla maailmassa ei ole osattu yhtä onnistuneesti kuvata hyvän olon, rentoutumisen ja palautumisen filosofiaa yhdessä ainoassa sanassa: Kalsarikänni. Jokainen tietää, mitä kalsarikänni on, kun sen kokee. Todellinen taitaja nauttii kalsarikännistä myös joutuessaan pois kotoaan työreissuilla hotellissa, vieraisilla tai lomamatkalla. Kalsarikänni on elämänasenne, meditaatiota joka vapauttaa paineista ja pakonomaisesta sosiaalisesta suorittamisesta. Se ei ole takakireää hyggeilyä, vaan aitoa nollaamista.

30 review for Kalsarikänni – Suomalainen opas hyvään elämään

  1. 4 out of 5

    Heidi The Hippie Reader

    Päntsdrunk seemed fairly straight-forward to me. To keep your cool, occasionally you should take a page out of the Finnish playbook and put on your most comfy underwear, grab your favorite alcoholic beverage and chill out. But then Miska Rantanen had to write something to fill up the rest of the pages. There was quite a lot of filler material. Päntsdrunk doesn't demand over-the-top arrangements. Affordability and democracy are its hallmarks. It's quick acting and suitable for all who have reached Päntsdrunk seemed fairly straight-forward to me. To keep your cool, occasionally you should take a page out of the Finnish playbook and put on your most comfy underwear, grab your favorite alcoholic beverage and chill out. But then Miska Rantanen had to write something to fill up the rest of the pages. There was quite a lot of filler material. Päntsdrunk doesn't demand over-the-top arrangements. Affordability and democracy are its hallmarks. It's quick acting and suitable for all who have reached the age of majority." pg 16 Rantanen talks about how Finland developed this coping mechanism from a couple of different factors: freezing weather, long distances between cities and towns, and very little sunlight near the winter solstice. "The Finnish term kalsarikanni is a simple compound word: kalsari (underwear) + kanni (state of inebriation). This pithy idiom crystallizes the essential: at its simplest, pantsdrunk means imbibing alcohol in one's underwear at home without any intention of going out. The term's ingenuity lies in everything it doesn't imply." pg 21 But pantsdrunk practitioners don't have to stay in or solitary. You can drink as a couple, with friends, with a couple of friends. As the night wears on, you can go from pantsdrunk to plus pants at the club or bar, if the mood lends itself that way. The trick is to go with the flow of the evening and enter a state of total relaxation. "As a philosophy, pantsdrunk is not in conflict with lagom and hygge. Au contraire. They all spring from the same Nordic origins and share the same ultimate goals: optimal peace of mind, joie de vivre, comfort, equilibrium, and recuperation as embodied in a snug coziness." pg 22 Pantsdrunk is not about getting blasted as fast as possible. It's a slow slide into mellow. "At its most minimal, pantsdrunk is a device for balancing life and work. It can, however, be expanded into a lifestyle and worldview. The beauty of pantsdrunk lies in its possibilities." pg 27 I'm not sure about some of the statistics Rantanen cites in his book, but he claims Finland is one of the stablest, safest, most educated countries in the world. And he credits the practice of pantsdrunk with part of this fantastic result. Heidi, you may say, what could your problem be with pantsdrunk? Anyone who has dealt with an alcoholic can easily point out the potential roadblocks to happiness with this. Also, there's addiction issues to consider. None of which can be dealt with if you're indulging in this behavior by yourself and aren't aware there's a problem. Rantanen does say that if pantsdrunk becomes a conscious choice every day to deal with stresses, that a reshuffling of your life may be in order. He also suggests counting bottles or cans to keep tabs on how much you're consuming. Or gauging how well you've managed to balance drunk and relaxed by your hangover the next day. I'm not entirely convinced this is possible. Rantanen also talks about how pantsdrunk has gotten a bad rap with some films depicting people drinking in their underwear alone as sad and pathetic rather than empowered and relaxed. One of the most uplifting performances (of pantsdrunk) can be seen during the credits of Bridget Jones Diary (Maguire 2001), when Bridget Jones (Renee Zellweger) belts out the quintessential pajama playback solo while sloshed on red wine. pg 76. But wasn't that one of her lowest points? Recommended for brave readers over 21 who mostly have their lives together, but need to allow themselves to chill out now and then.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Reading.Between.Wines

    ⭐⭐⭐💫 / 5 Pantsdrunk: Kalsarikanni: The Finnish Path to Relaxation by Miska Rantanen is a very peculiar little book. You kind of just get thrown into this thing that is pantsdrunk without really knowing what is going to happen. Pantsdrunk is a Finnish relaxation technique (that I had never heard of), which to us here in the US is basically hanging out in your comfiest clothes or underwear and having a couple of drinks while listening to music, reading, or just hanging out. Pantsdrunk is usually don ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 / 5 Pantsdrunk: Kalsarikanni: The Finnish Path to Relaxation by Miska Rantanen is a very peculiar little book. You kind of just get thrown into this thing that is pantsdrunk without really knowing what is going to happen. Pantsdrunk is a Finnish relaxation technique (that I had never heard of), which to us here in the US is basically hanging out in your comfiest clothes or underwear and having a couple of drinks while listening to music, reading, or just hanging out. Pantsdrunk is usually done alone, but it can also be done with a friend or two. The point of pantsdrunk isn't to get drunk either and you aren't supposed to have a hangover in the morning. Nor should you be partaking in pantsdrunk every night because if you are that is the sign of a problem. I enjoyed learning all about the pantsdrunk technique and it was a pretty entertaining little book. Definitely not something I would normally read, but fun nevertheless. Plus the cover is so pretty and really gives you the feel of what pantsdrunk looks like. There are also some fun little statistics and polls that I enjoyed. Final Thought: I think you would categorize this book as satirical nonfiction, but I'm not positive so don't quote me on that. I think this would be a good choice for someone looking for something short that doesn't take itself too seriously. Pantsdrunk in 3-ish words: Light, Entertaining, Easy-to-Read

  3. 5 out of 5

    David Schaafsma

    After all the books about Danish hygge, and Swedish lagom, we have this pretty funny book that is set up to appear to mirror all the seriousness of the books about the above. “The Finnish Path to Relaxation,” Miska Rantanen educates us, is to go home, get comfortably dressed, make several drinks for yourself, and get "kalsarikänni" translated as päntsdrunk. We know Finns are happy; the best school system, gender equality. They stay calm and content in the face of any challenge. How they do it: Pä After all the books about Danish hygge, and Swedish lagom, we have this pretty funny book that is set up to appear to mirror all the seriousness of the books about the above. “The Finnish Path to Relaxation,” Miska Rantanen educates us, is to go home, get comfortably dressed, make several drinks for yourself, and get "kalsarikänni" translated as päntsdrunk. We know Finns are happy; the best school system, gender equality. They stay calm and content in the face of any challenge. How they do it: Päntsdrunk. Selections from 100 reasons to consider achieving the high inner state of Päntsdrunk: 37. You have to go to work tomorrow 38. You don’t have to go to work tomorrow. 39. It’s Saturday tomorrow. And so on. It’s too long, could have been done in half the time, but it’s worth a few smiles. Includes testimonials on how it changed lives, as with the hygge and lagom books. “More than once, downing three or four beers has led me listening to my music in a reverential stupor. . . Solitary inebriation leaves no room for self-criticism.”

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cat

    Ma sain tänu sellele raamatule kinnitust, et ma ajan elus õiget asja. Hygge & lagom on küll kenad, aaaaaagaaaaa... :D

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nate Hawthorne

    Basically this book allows you to get comfy, drink alone, and not feel guilty. Not sure how scientific it is, but Finns are notoriously happy. Easy read and visually pleasing. Now where's my beer.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This is by far the best Nordic-life inspired book I've read! The art of Pantsdrunk is something I've been doing for years now, and I'm so glad it has an official name. This book was funny and marvelous. I will be recommending it to everyone, forever.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kirsti

    Pleasant yet overly padded, much like a couch on which one could get päntsdrunk.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Teija Lento

    Aina joskus tulee hetkiä, jolloin hygge ja lagom eivät vaan riitä vaan tarvitaan kalsarikänni! Nyt kyllä unohdetaan sisusta jauhaminen ulkomaalaisille. 2000-luvun paras suomalaisia ja suomalaisuutta kuvaava käsite on kalsarikänni. Lähes jokainen suomalainen tunnistaa termin ja ymmärtää se syvimmän sisällön. Ei kirja suomalaiselle lukijalle annakaan mitään uutta. Toki kirja on äärimmäisen viihdyttävästi kirjoitettu, mutta sen suurin ansio lienee sen kansainvälisissä meriiteissä. Kalsarikänni (laus Aina joskus tulee hetkiä, jolloin hygge ja lagom eivät vaan riitä vaan tarvitaan kalsarikänni! Nyt kyllä unohdetaan sisusta jauhaminen ulkomaalaisille. 2000-luvun paras suomalaisia ja suomalaisuutta kuvaava käsite on kalsarikänni. Lähes jokainen suomalainen tunnistaa termin ja ymmärtää se syvimmän sisällön. Ei kirja suomalaiselle lukijalle annakaan mitään uutta. Toki kirja on äärimmäisen viihdyttävästi kirjoitettu, mutta sen suurin ansio lienee sen kansainvälisissä meriiteissä. Kalsarikänni (lausutaan Washington Post lehden mukaan ”cal-sar-y-cuhn-eet”, englanniksi termi on pantsdrunk) on ilmiönä ikivanha ja varmasti tunnettu muuallakin kuin Suomessa, mutta ilmiöksi asia lähti kehittymään, kun Suomi vuonna 2017 julkaisi kalsarikänni-emojin. Kalsarikänni emoji täydensi alun perin vuonna 2015 julkaistua Suomi-emojit kuvasarjaa. Asialla oli ulkoministeriön maakuvayksikkö (kuulostaa muuten kovasti Knalli ja sateenvarjo -kuunnelmasta tutuksi tulleelta ministeriön Erikoisosastolta). http://vintagentti.blogspot.com/2018/...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Heidi

    Ihan hauska idea tehdä parodiaa hygge- ja lagom-opuksista, mutta toteutus ei naurattanut. Ehkä en tunne niin hyvin good life meets national brand -skeneä, että olisin oikea ihminen arvostelemaan satiirin osuvuutta, mutta aika laiskalta tuntui, että "tutkimustulokset" ovat kirjoittajan fb-kamujen heittoja. Ja alkoholismille nauramisen muodot on aika haastava laji, siksi olisin ehkä itse vältellyt sitä lähestymistapaa kokonaan. Kiinnostavin osuus oli kielen ja kalsarikänni-sanan muutosta ja merkit Ihan hauska idea tehdä parodiaa hygge- ja lagom-opuksista, mutta toteutus ei naurattanut. Ehkä en tunne niin hyvin good life meets national brand -skeneä, että olisin oikea ihminen arvostelemaan satiirin osuvuutta, mutta aika laiskalta tuntui, että "tutkimustulokset" ovat kirjoittajan fb-kamujen heittoja. Ja alkoholismille nauramisen muodot on aika haastava laji, siksi olisin ehkä itse vältellyt sitä lähestymistapaa kokonaan. Kiinnostavin osuus oli kielen ja kalsarikänni-sanan muutosta ja merkityksiä käsittelevä osa.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Hanna Morre

    Viihdyttävä, hilpeä opus. Lähdin kuuntelemaan (äänikirja) tätä huumorimielellä ja se oli minusta oikea lähestymistapa. Mikään vakavasti otettava TIETOkirja tämä ei ole. Tervetullut opus suomalaiseen alkoholikeskusteluun, jossa alkoholia herkästi myös demonisoidaan.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Shanna

    Quick and easy read! Started reading at about 8pm and finished just after 1am (with a few breaks in there.) I was happy to learn about this Finnish Tradition!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Dave Parnin

    I received this as a gift. I would have never picked it up but felt obligated to read it. I found zero value. 👎

  13. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    I really wanted to like this book, especially since I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge so much. There were a few interesting things to read about and I realize my husband and I do enjoy Kalsarkianni at least every few weeks, but overall it could have been shorter by half and had more information. Oh well.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    A fun book giving you ideas (and permission) to sit on the couch in your undies!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Coral

    A funny spoof of those annoying lifestyle books out there that promise if you adopt their method of doing something (organizing your house, exercising...you name it) that you will be happier. A new you! This is very dry satire - in fact, I imagine there are some people who won't realize that it's satire until the very end (or maybe not at all). A very quick, enjoyable read. Now, if you'll excuse me, it's Wednesday. It's raining. It's time to get päntsdrunk.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Maetco

    Kuten loppusanoissa todetaan, oli teos alkujaan suunniteltu lyhyeksi humoristiseksi oppaaksi ja sellaisena se varmaan olisi toiminutkin. Kirja muodossa (vaikka onkin lyhyt) kirja tuntui jatkuvasti jaarittelulta. Siinä oli muutama hyvä idea, mutta Miska Rantanen ei todellakaan osannut kirjoittaa niistä kokonaista kirjaa.

  17. 4 out of 5

    kris b.c.

    meh. a quick easy read about mindful relaxation. it's fun and unassuming but I'm glad I didn't pay for it.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Libby

    I wasn’t planning on reading this book, but I saw it at the library while I was picking up another book and figured why not. It was worth a quick read! Initially I was skeptical because it seemed like this was just a Finnish attempt to hop on the hygge and lagom trend. But it is a real thing and I agree with Rantanen’s characterization that this is a more accessible form of relaxation for some people than hygge or lagom. It’s also a practice I feel like I’ve engaged in at times unknowingly. It i I wasn’t planning on reading this book, but I saw it at the library while I was picking up another book and figured why not. It was worth a quick read! Initially I was skeptical because it seemed like this was just a Finnish attempt to hop on the hygge and lagom trend. But it is a real thing and I agree with Rantanen’s characterization that this is a more accessible form of relaxation for some people than hygge or lagom. It’s also a practice I feel like I’ve engaged in at times unknowingly. It is a very individual experience, intentionally, and you can really customize it to fit your life. While most of the book discusses the inclusion of alcohol in your practice, you actually don’t need to have alcohol. It really is about surrounding yourself with the things that make you most relaxed (snacks, good movies/tv, wool socks, etc.) I also appreciated the section on incorporating this while traveling. I travel a lot for work and am always lonely and anxious in hotels alone. This could be my new go to so I relax and try to enjoy my nights in hotels! This summary of “Pantsdrunk” really stuck out to me. “Pantsdrunk is the perfect antithesis to forced maintaining of face and facades, and as such, can be an incredibly healing and liberating experience”. I’ll keep this in mind when I want to indulge in this practice next time. I should probably also read those books on hygge and lagom just to see what they say. Really quick read, definitely recommend.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Westen

    Being Scandinavian and a quarter Finnish myself, I loved this book very much. Kalsarikanni, or pantsdrunk as it's translated, is all about relaxing without socio-cultural inhibitions. Alcohol helps this. As an Aspie also, I'm actually eager to try this, since it's a type of relaxation that doesn't involve any kind of excessive socialization, it stresses being yourself, involves comfortable clothes that have nothing to do with fashion, and above all, it's about doing nothing. Which is something I Being Scandinavian and a quarter Finnish myself, I loved this book very much. Kalsarikanni, or pantsdrunk as it's translated, is all about relaxing without socio-cultural inhibitions. Alcohol helps this. As an Aspie also, I'm actually eager to try this, since it's a type of relaxation that doesn't involve any kind of excessive socialization, it stresses being yourself, involves comfortable clothes that have nothing to do with fashion, and above all, it's about doing nothing. Which is something I actually have some trouble with. I feel that if I am not accomplishing something then I am at best wasting time, and at worse failing at... something. So an activity that actively promotes setting no goals is something I think would be good for me and, as the author says, if you do end up accomplishing something it's a bonus. Pantsdrunk also involves some of my favorite activities, like reading, binge-watching, listening to favorite music, watching random videos on youtube, perusing sites like Pinterest or Facebook and just likeing things. There is also a crap load of fun Finland facts, like how Finland is the second best place in the world to be a girl, or that Finland has almost as many saunas as it has people. And if you have issues with alcohol, whether a substance abuse problem or one of religion/personal origins, the last chapter discusses pantsdrunk sans alcohol.

  20. 4 out of 5

    pMed

    The book is UNADULTERATED DUNG. First, get home from a hard days work, change into comfortable clothes and get a large amount of alcohol and some savoury snacks. Next, light your fireplace and start drinking. After reaching cruising altitude of blood alcohol, start babbling into voice recognition software and in under 2 hours, if sufficiently intoxicated, you will have created a “book” at least this quality . No editing is necessary. If embarrassment is no issue, self-publish your work on Amazon The book is UNADULTERATED DUNG. First, get home from a hard days work, change into comfortable clothes and get a large amount of alcohol and some savoury snacks. Next, light your fireplace and start drinking. After reaching cruising altitude of blood alcohol, start babbling into voice recognition software and in under 2 hours, if sufficiently intoxicated, you will have created a “book” at least this quality . No editing is necessary. If embarrassment is no issue, self-publish your work on Amazon but use a pseudonym if your book is close to being as stupid as this waste of time. That this book is published by Harper-Collins makes me question the literacy of their reviewers. This book is so stupid that I continued to read expecting a transition to something meaningful but it never happened. Do not waste your time. It is not even fun and has zero entertainment value after the first 5 pages. I feel embarrassed to even say I finished the book and posted this review only for the benevolent reason of saving a few hours of your life.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sean Kottke

    This is a wry satire of the trendy Nordic lifestyle books on hygge and lagom, but it goes beyond simple parody. In fact, HarperCollins doesn't classify it as humor; rather, the back cover carries the shelving identification of "SELF-HELP/Personal Growth/Happiness." That's delightful, as the book surveys the other side of the Finnish lifestyle coin from sisu, which heretofore got most of the press as the defining concept of Finland (see Finnish Lessons, The Almost Nearly Perfect People). The joyf This is a wry satire of the trendy Nordic lifestyle books on hygge and lagom, but it goes beyond simple parody. In fact, HarperCollins doesn't classify it as humor; rather, the back cover carries the shelving identification of "SELF-HELP/Personal Growth/Happiness." That's delightful, as the book surveys the other side of the Finnish lifestyle coin from sisu, which heretofore got most of the press as the defining concept of Finland (see Finnish Lessons, The Almost Nearly Perfect People). The joyful nature of "Finnish Zen" has been addressed before (see Teach Like Finland), but not the method of caring for the engine behind sisu and joy. Cheers to kalsarikänni!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    A beautiful and weird little book that I found oddly comforting. It’s partly a satire on the deluge of “psycho-spiritual heritage” books (lagom, hygge, ikigai, etc), and partly serious. Mostly though it’s a vehicle for statistics about Finland. It is gorgeously designed, and though the content is rather thin, the novelty of having a word for solitary drinking as a means of relaxation is enough to carry the rest of it. For some, this concept will help ease the shame of “drinking alone” (gasp!). F A beautiful and weird little book that I found oddly comforting. It’s partly a satire on the deluge of “psycho-spiritual heritage” books (lagom, hygge, ikigai, etc), and partly serious. Mostly though it’s a vehicle for statistics about Finland. It is gorgeously designed, and though the content is rather thin, the novelty of having a word for solitary drinking as a means of relaxation is enough to carry the rest of it. For some, this concept will help ease the shame of “drinking alone” (gasp!). For others it’ll validate what might be a habit verging on abuse. But whatever it is, it sure comes in a pretty package. This book is cute.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mintti

    Kalsarikännit. Aika paljon oli saatu kirjoitettua aiheesta ja niin houkuttavasti että tuntui että pitäisi varmaan vetäistä pienet sievät. Mutta mä en käytä alkoholia ja onneksi tuolla lopussa olikin next level kalsarikännit jotka voi vetää ilman alkoholiakin - eli mä siirryn suoraan toiselle levelille :D Kalsarikännien serkkua, pussikaljaa on tullut kokeiltua nuorempana, se oli hienoa aikaa. Mutta alkoholi-intoleranssi kyllä rajoittaa kaikenlaista kaljoittelua. Onneksi voi nollata ja rentoutua m Kalsarikännit. Aika paljon oli saatu kirjoitettua aiheesta ja niin houkuttavasti että tuntui että pitäisi varmaan vetäistä pienet sievät. Mutta mä en käytä alkoholia ja onneksi tuolla lopussa olikin next level kalsarikännit jotka voi vetää ilman alkoholiakin - eli mä siirryn suoraan toiselle levelille :D Kalsarikännien serkkua, pussikaljaa on tullut kokeiltua nuorempana, se oli hienoa aikaa. Mutta alkoholi-intoleranssi kyllä rajoittaa kaikenlaista kaljoittelua. Onneksi voi nollata ja rentoutua muillakin keinoilla. Ja hienosti oli tässä alleviivattu ettei tarkoitus ole jokapäivä nollata eikä tämä toiminta ole humalahakuista. Kyllä tää hyggeilylle vetää vertoja :D

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dagne567

    Veider raamat. Äsja nägin arvustust Postimehes ja siis silmasin seda raamatut oma voodi peal. Lugesin ühe hingetõmbega läbi - no tõsiselt, ei läinud vist kahte tundigi nende ligi 200 lk peale. Nii et järelikult ladus. Aga teisest küljest - vats da point? Tõesti, kellele see raamat peaks olema mõeldud? Lihtsalt soome kultuuri promo? Kellele see vajalik on (peale asjaga seotud soomlaste)? Kõige positiivsem mõte raamatust oli ilmselt see, et kalsarikännit saab teha ka ilma alkoholita. Mh, ma teen/te Veider raamat. Äsja nägin arvustust Postimehes ja siis silmasin seda raamatut oma voodi peal. Lugesin ühe hingetõmbega läbi - no tõsiselt, ei läinud vist kahte tundigi nende ligi 200 lk peale. Nii et järelikult ladus. Aga teisest küljest - vats da point? Tõesti, kellele see raamat peaks olema mõeldud? Lihtsalt soome kultuuri promo? Kellele see vajalik on (peale asjaga seotud soomlaste)? Kõige positiivsem mõte raamatust oli ilmselt see, et kalsarikännit saab teha ka ilma alkoholita. Mh, ma teen/teeks seda siis vist pidevalt juba ei-tea-kui-kaua.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    The Danes have hygge. The Swedes have lagom. And, now the world knows that the Finns have “kalsariokanni” – pantsdrunk – drinking alone, at home, in your underwear. This book was funny – though not laugh out loud funny as I thought it would be. One thing I learned: the Finns were the first country (maybe still the only one) to create a set of emojis that reflect the Finnish culture. And, of course, there are both male & female emojis for pantsdrunk. Also, I love that kindle has this book lis The Danes have hygge. The Swedes have lagom. And, now the world knows that the Finns have “kalsariokanni” – pantsdrunk – drinking alone, at home, in your underwear. This book was funny – though not laugh out loud funny as I thought it would be. One thing I learned: the Finns were the first country (maybe still the only one) to create a set of emojis that reflect the Finnish culture. And, of course, there are both male & female emojis for pantsdrunk. Also, I love that kindle has this book listed under “religion and spirituality”!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Adam

    Finland. Now there's a country with its head on straight. Feelin' a lil' "up to here" with daily life? Relax. Have a couple drinks. Eat those calories society henpecks you about. Do something a little silly. A cultural notion in semi-jest, but without a whole lot of meat to it serves up just enough context for this psalter sized reader. Lovely design. Opulent paper quality. Shockingly, a true blue hardcase bound book! Fine graphics. Pantsdrunk, for a better daily life. Puritans, Stuffed Shirts, and Finland. Now there's a country with its head on straight. Feelin' a lil' "up to here" with daily life? Relax. Have a couple drinks. Eat those calories society henpecks you about. Do something a little silly. A cultural notion in semi-jest, but without a whole lot of meat to it serves up just enough context for this psalter sized reader. Lovely design. Opulent paper quality. Shockingly, a true blue hardcase bound book! Fine graphics. Pantsdrunk, for a better daily life. Puritans, Stuffed Shirts, and other Debbie Downers need not apply!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Harris

    Päntsdrunk can be read in one sitting, which is helpful if you don’t like reading. It’s filled with infographics and large print so hurry up and get started. It just explains the fun in sitting at home after a busy day with a bottle of wine and a good book to read (or a tv series to binge on). Divided into different sections and examples of how to properly do it. Apparently it takes significant trial and error to find what works best for you. We’ve all done this in the Western world. It seems th Päntsdrunk can be read in one sitting, which is helpful if you don’t like reading. It’s filled with infographics and large print so hurry up and get started. It just explains the fun in sitting at home after a busy day with a bottle of wine and a good book to read (or a tv series to binge on). Divided into different sections and examples of how to properly do it. Apparently it takes significant trial and error to find what works best for you. We’ve all done this in the Western world. It seems that Finland came up with a specific word for it: päntsdrunk.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Joy

    I picked this book up from my local library, not really knowing what or was about. For some reason I thought it was some humorous self-help parody. It is not It's is a well composed insight in a Finnish way of life. Pantsdrunk was enjoying, and even inspiring, with well thought out information. I very rarely drink, but the next time I do, I am thinking of enjoying a nice, relaxing Pantsdrunk session.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I'd already read a book about hygge, so I figured I could do the full sweep of books about the ___ path to relaxation! This version from Finland reads somewhat like a parody, but is in hilarious earnestness about being able to go home, drop all niceties, and relax in a boozy, crap TV sort of way. While some of the graphs and charts were helpful only in humor value, I liked how the book did convey an earnestness on how this sort of behavior could actually help, in moderation. On to the next one!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Thomas

    Opening 2019 with a bang: If we're perfectly honest, then we must admit that most of us have gravitated to this, instinctively, occasionally, and certainly unawares that it was a Finnish "relaxation technique". Better than Hygge and Lagom, for sure ... https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandst...

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