Christmas in Sweden

Christmas traditions vary around the world. For example, in Sweden the whole country basically shuts down to watch a 1958 Donald Duck holiday special? Would you like to know more about Swedish Christmas? Jocke from the still-going Teddybears hosts a four-part documentary series that tells us, in his dry, acerbic style, about other traditions like The Tomte (their not-so-nice version of Santa), St. Lucia's Day (December 13), the Gävlebocken (a giant goat in Gävle that ends up getting set on fire every year), and more.

Watch below...


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Christmas in Sweden PT3: Lucia

Today is Lucia, the most important day of the year for all us Swedes. So, here's Part 3 of our "Christmas in Sweden" series, to educate the rest of the world on what's up.

Posted by Teddybears on Sunday, December 13, 2015


Chistmas in Sweden: Christmas Day

God Jul to all of you!! Here's the final part of our Christmas in Sweden documentary, this time discussing Donald Duck, rotten fish, alchohol-induced blindness and other festive topics. Be safe and share the love.

Posted by Teddybears on Thursday, December 24, 2015