I just read two unrelated survey tidbits regarding Finnish rankings within the European community: Finns rated #2 in aggregate happiness, but also #2 in per capita alcohol consumption.
This means the survey results on happiness were either wildly fanciful and "creative", or that drinking makes one happy.
(Yes, I realize the three-step logical fallacy involved, for the humorously-challenged.)
Being of half-Finnish ancestry, this puts me in a dubious bind. And I get no relief from the other half of my forebears: my orphaned father was of the tippling Irish.
Where's my refridgerated tub of Koskenkorva?