My swedish friend says:
"If you have a bike in Malmo, you don't"
Funnest thing I've ever heard her say.
In these trying times it is good to see Windows occasionally matching the global mood with a sad face in The Register's series of BSODdery. Welcome to Scandi-Bork. Today's BSOD, from a reader who adopted the suffix "half a Swede", but is sadly not called "Eric" (for all those Monty Python fans out there) comes from the Swedish …
When traveling, I often stayed over in Malmo. That was two years ago, always felt safe in the city centre. Never ventured into the crappy area's since I had no need to do so. For reference I've also worked in a lot of places in the UK which are far more dangerous. Like Croydon (in London) which is defiantly not safe at all.
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