Finnish Booze Day For Parents

by Screedler on June 16, 2016

How do grown up Finnish people behave, when their children allow them to drink alcohol?

This sketch from the TV show Siskonpeti is a play on Finnish kids’ traditional weekly “candy day” – karkkipäivä. It received the annual award for promoting temperance in 2015. And it’s hilarious.

Its a parody for “candy day”. A rule that a lot of Finnish families apply that their kids only get to buy candy one day of the week.

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