July 22, 2005


Why sell two blends of coffee but label them in Swedish? What is the difference!?! "Oooh I'll have the red coffee today I think, I had the green yesterday". That is the only difference! Other than of course the different swedish word on the label :-P

And who the hell thinks of the names for products? And what do they mean? Are they random swedish insults or something? "Faktum" really means "you cheap arse bastard"

Anyway – we must do nothing to anger the Gods of flatpack… All praise Ikea

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  1. Having spent far too long in IKEA over the past few weeks I found out that:
    red = strong coffee
    green = medium coffee

    22 Jul 2005, 09:59

  2. I can see me spending far too much time in there in the coming weeks, already been there twice in as many weeks and not bought anything. Just to get ideas and rought prices etc.
    The coffee information is invaluable though! I shall be purchasing large quantities of red coffee me thinks since I accidentally packed my coffee grinder and can't find the damn thing any more. Grrrr…

    22 Jul 2005, 10:21

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