I just got back from Malmö. Here is Monday’s comic rather late due to train rides. See you Wednesday!
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I want to know too!
Though I’m also a bit lost about when this is happening, I’m starting to lose the plot slightly. It’s not “now” I assume because Bjorn is at the hospital with Maria.. I’m sure it’ll all be revealed soon.
Ok so maybe I just have a good memory, or am an Anders loves Maria tragic!!
This is from when Maria was applying to Konstfack art college, and living with Bjorn. The snack is some strange Swedish thing he and Maria ate for breakfast, I think Rene explained it back then. You can tell it’s from the past because Bjorn has a luxuriant full head of hair!!
The snack is – if I’m not mistaken – Kalles Kaviar on a crisp bread.
Swedes are notorious self-tortureres, and one common way of achieving it is by eating things that smell bad and/or taste terrible. Kalles fits into the latter category.
@Greensis and Kate – it’s not “slightly salty,” it’s insanely salty, I don’t understand how you guys manage to eat it for breakfast in such large quantities! At most I can spread a little pea-sized amount on my knäckebröd but the dagis kids sure do love it
I know that you’ve all said what Bjorn is eating, and I have no doubt that you are correct, but I still can’t get over thinking “OH! A Pop Tart!” every time I look at that panel… I’m obviously American.
the thing is, it seems like every culture has their awful salty crap they love. for my kind, its vegemite. not marmite, not promite, it has to be vegemite. and then theres the dutchies (my boyfriend for example.) those triple salted droppies are his fav, and they are gross! so i guess in that light, kaviar doesnt sound so bad. although….isnt it made from cod roe or something? thats what wikipedia tells me….