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 - This is my actual Grandad...

"I'M FROM NORWAY, THIS IS TOTALLY NORMAL. ):"

 

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    I'M FROM NORWAY, THIS IS TOTALLY NORMAL. ):
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    Here Fishy Fishy...
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    Man vs. Wild: The Later Years
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    Uh-oh Grandpas off his meds again.
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    WHERE'S MY ****!!
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    He is from Russia. It is normal there. More there: http://www.national-geographic.ru/ngm/200906/wallpapers/3234/ PS: I speak English bad, sorry. Ну тупые пендосы!!!111
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    Nessie, your ass is mine, bitch!
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    Meanwhile in Finland
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    Such people in Russia are called "morjes" that is walrus in English. He makes open water to swim there. It is absolutely normal. Greetings from Moscow.
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    It's normal in Latvia too. Just a refrigerant swimming after sauna.
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    meanwhile.... in canada..
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    Grandpa i changed my mind, i dont want a pool anymore.
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    This is a German survivalist named R??diger Nehberg. In one of his books he writes that to become fit for survival in the wilderniss, you should go running in the woods with gear, then cool of in a lake you may pass. "If the lake is frozen, cut a hole in the ice, first. I've never caught a cold since I do this."
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    He is just making the hole bigger so he can cave a swim after the sauna.
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    He is making a hole in the ice to swim in after sauna. A common Finnish custom. And healthier than you'd think!

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