YOU KNOW YOU'VE BEEN IN DENMARK TOO LONG, WHEN:
You think there is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing.
You think is impolite to sit next to someone in a bus if there is a bench where you can sit on your own.
You go to the supermarket and buy three good beers and 10 not too good ones.
You can open a beer bottle with almost anything.
You honestly believe that the distance between Copenhagen and Aalborg is long.
You can tell the difference between a Grøn Tuborg and a Carlsberg beer
The first thing you do on entering a bank/post office/pharmacy etc.
is to look for the queue number machine.
When a stranger on the street smiles at you, you assume that:
>>a. he is drunk;
>>b. he is insane;
>>c. he is American;
>>d. he is all of the above.
Silence is fun.
It no longer seems excessive to spend 800 kr. on alcohol in a single night.
You know that "religious holiday" means "let's get pissed".
You use "Mmmm" as conversation filler.
You have only two facial expressions, smiling or blank
Traditional dinners may not necessarily mean a cooked meal.
You forget how to open canned beer.
Can't remember when to say "please" and "excuse me".
You will leave a pub if you can't find a seat.
You don't mind paying the same for a 200-metre bus ride as you do for going 10 kms.
You don't look twice at businessmen in dark suits wearing white sport socks.
You find yourself more interested in the alcohol content than the name of the wine.
You know the meaning of life has something to do with the word "hyggelig".
You don't think it strange that no one ever comes by to visit without being invited and you never show up at any one's place unannounced either.
You find yourself lighting candles when you have guests - even if it is brightly sunny outside and 20 degrees.