1. Making sure you've taken enough vitamins.
2. Curing all ailments with natural remedies.
Munkintipat, for example, relieve headaches; cure colds; and make mosquito bites stop itching.
3. Or semolina porridge.
4. Slicing boiled eggs very neatly.
5. Spending hours upon hours at the pharmacy, even though they don't need to buy anything.
6. Decorating entire houses with flowery stuff from Marimekko.
7. Shopping at IKEA.
8. Feeding your friends leipäjuusto.
9. Watching Salatut Elämät EVERY. SINGLE. DAY.
10. Forcing you to make stone trolls as a child and then never ever throwing them away.
11. Making you write thank you notes to all your relatives on Tiimari writing paper.
12. Boycotting foreign kids' TV in favour of the Moomins and Pippi Longstocking.
14. Taking the Eurovision song contest very VERY seriously.
15. Enjoying awkward, naked saunas with awkward, naked relatives.
16. Followed by awkward, naked lake swims with awkward, naked relatives.
17. Predicting your future by melting tin in a saucepan on NYE.
18. And then watching the ski jumping on New Year's Day.
20. Especially of the sock variety.
21. Owning an excessive amount of Iittala glasswear that has absolutely no function.
22. Boasting about how Fazer's Mignon eggs win Easter.
Which they do because they're made of solid chocolate and they come in actual eggshells.
23. Being endlessly baffled by what non-Finns think constitutes snow.
24. And how they only have one kitchen sink.
"But how do you rinse your dishes?"