Your face looks the same too though. Like in the photo when you were 12 I think you look pretty much exactly like you look now. Dumb question - I've only known one Norwegian family and they were what I consider Scandanavian looking - light blonde hair, blue eyes, tannish skin - are brunettes more of a rarity in Norway or am I just stereotyping Scandanavians?biscuit wrote:I've always had more or less the same shade of dark brown, and I guess that's part of why my kids, and you guys, tell me I haven't changed much since I was little
I hesitate to generalize or stereotype because I remember when I spent time in the UK a handful of people told me that I didn't "look American" - whatever that means. America is the melting pot so it's odd to me that people would have an idea of what one looked like. But I read that Scandanavia is one of the most homogeneous areas in the world so it makes sense that people would look at least a little bit more alike than Americans. I know what you mean about the Swedes. Good god, are they all beautiful freaks or what? Once when I was in London crapload of Swedish students took over the town and everywhere I went they stood out for being so tall & lean & so damned blonde, perfect and glowy.biscuit wrote:I stereotype Swedes, because I think they look just like your idea of Scandinavians in general.
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