"And I read this somewhere online….
15°C – It does not get hotter than this in Finland, so we begin here; the Spaniards put on caps, winter jackets and gloves. The Finns sunbathe.
10°C – French try in vain to start the central heating in their houses. The Finns plant flowers in their gardens.
5°C – Italian cars will not start. The Finns are cruising in their convertibles.
0°C – Distilled water freezes. The water in Vantaa River gets a bit thicker.
-5°C – People in California almost freeze to death. The Finns grill the final sausage before winter.
-10°C – Brits start up the heating in their homes. The Finns put a sweater on.
-20°C – Aussies flee from Mallorca. Finnish Midsummer celebrations stop, autumn has arrived.
-30°C – People in Greece die from the cold and disappear from the face of the earth. The Finns start drying their laundry indoors.
-40°C – Paris cracks and crumbles in the cold. The Finns queue at the hot dog stand.
-50°C – Polar bears start evacuating the North Pole. The Finnish Army postpone their winter survival training until it gets properly cold.
-60°C – Korvatunturi freezes. The Finns rent a movie and stay indoors.
-70°C – The fake Santa moves south. The Finns get frustrated because you can’t store Kossu (Koskenkorva) outdoors. The Finnish Army goes out on winter survival training.
-183°C – Microbes in food do not survive. The Finnish cows complain that the farmers’ hands are cold.
-273°C – ALL atom-based movement stops. The Finns start saying “Wow, it’s cold out there today.”
-300°C – Hell freezes over. Finland wins the Eurovision Song Contest."