shorts, shoes- Zara
While writing this post I am witnessing a weird situation having place in my home. Just behind my door precisely in kitchen my Finnish roommate is having guests and they are acting LOUDELY! It doesn't mean that they are screaming but they are laughing and talking vigorously. I know that most of the readers don't understand why I am surprised and that's why I'm going to explain it now. Finnish people have the set of characteristics which make Polish girl like me quite anxious. They almost don't talk and if they do they do it very quietly. They are very shy and distanced. I just cannot understand how it is possible to live with somebody in one flat for over one year and don't even know this person's name. I am also amazed by the phenomenon of fleeting from public area(colloquial expression for the shared area in a flat) and hiding in a room for most of the time. If it wasn't for my brazen character, I still wouldn't know my rommate's name. Although Finnish people are very kind, honest and helpful, their shyness kills every attempt to get a closer realtionship. Also, I have to admit that I met a lot of warm, easy-going and open Finnish people but still it's a minority.