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Swedish Twitter Experiment Turns Weird As @Sonja Regales Followers With Tales Of Her Vagina, Justin Bieber And Dead Reindeer

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Holy mother of two: @Sonja has the Swedish Twitter reigns this week
Holy mother of two: @Sonja has the Swedish Twitter reigns this week

Sweden’s Twitter experiment, in which a member of the public runs the country’s microblogging site for a week, has taken a turn for weird.

@Sonja is this week’s “sole ruler of the world’s most democratic Twitter account”.

She describes herself as a “holy mother of two. Grew up side by side with awesome nature. 27 years old. This is exciting.”

While she is fulfilling the official Curators of Sweden job spec of recommending things to do and places to see, she seems to have taken the instruction “sharing diverse opinions” to the extreme.

@Sonja’s musings include “Sometimes I just look at my children and think about the time when they had my vagina around their neck” and “Everytime we see a dead reindeer here in Sweden, we get the urge to eat a lot of bread. It’s just the way it is.”


@sweden / Sonja
Whats the fuzz with jews. You can't even see if a person is a jew, unless you see their penises, and even if you do, you can't be sure!?

@sweden / Sonja
My son walks like hes on the catwalk AT ALL TIMES. And he doesent even wear nice clothes.

She’s also thrown in a somewhat distasteful photoshop effort of Freddie Mercury peering over the top of a food-laden kitchen counter. She explains: “This pic I call ‘hungry gay with aids’”.

After receiving a tweet complaining about her insensitivity, she adds: "Its very sad that he had aids."

Returning to sense, she rationalises: “If someone likes Justin Bieber in Sweden, we don’t care. We let them. We don’t call him ‘gay’ if we mean ‘he sucks’. We say ‘he sucks’.”

We're not entirely sure what she's on about, but she's certainly livening things up.

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