Media 12 June 2012 Sweden's official twitter account just got freaky Thank you, Sonja Abrahamsson, for being just a bit weird. Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up Sweden has an official twitter account, @sweden, which is given over to a different Swede every week: For seven days, he or she recommends things to do and places to see, sharing diverse opinions, and ideas along the way. After that, someone else does the same—but differently. Follow all nine million of us. Welcome to Sweden. This week's chosen Swede is... different. Meet Sonja Abrahamsson: This is a picture of me from last year. Grrororaoroaroaorrryfrog.com/h7s9qikj — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 12, 2012 Sonja is a mother: Sometimes I just look at my children and think about the time when they had my vagina round their neck. — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 12, 2012 My kids are sleeping now. I can't believe they were kicking each others ass earlier. They are so… sweet and quiet. Like… roses or something — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 11, 2012 Did I just compare my children to roses!? Omg. Roses smells like an old ladys bathroom!! My kids are more like… I don't know. Horses? — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 11, 2012 She introduces us to Sweden's wildlife: In Sweden its very common to have dead reindeers next to the bread in the grocery store. amenvadfan.blogg.se/images/2009/ds… — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 12, 2012 This swedish bread section is fresh, thinking new. They got a dead bear instead 4.bp.blogspot.com/_LatidzgOVvA/S… — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 12, 2012 In Sweden we are very proud of our nature and beautiful wild life, and we want to honor it in every way we can farm7.static.flickr.com/6165/618181030… — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 12, 2012 And she shares her photoshopping prowess: This picture makes most swedish people drooling like dogs with rabies. But not me, I don't like strawberries.yfrog.com/h033sjkj — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 12, 2012 I found some pics I've shopped on da computer. This pic I call "hungry gay with aids".yfrog.com/ke3mfwej — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 12, 2012 God bless you, Sonja Abrahamsson, and your own special brand of Swedishness. Update Sonja is back, asking: 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 (@sweden) June 12, 2012 In nazi German they even had to sew stars on their sleeves. If they didn't, they could never now who was a jew and who was not a jew. — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 12, 2012 Once I asked a co-worker what a jew is. He was "part jew", whatever that means. He's like "uuuuh… jews are.. uh.. well educated..?" — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 12, 2012 I thought it was a good idea to ask the question when so many well educated people all over the world can answer. But no. Bad idea. — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 12, 2012 The question seems to be sensitive and complicated. And a little bit…..… infected. So…. yes. See you later, I have stuff to do! — @sweden / Sonja (@sweden) June 12, 2012 › Dear The Internet, This Is Why You Can't Have Anything Nice A Swedish football fan decked out in the flag. Photograph: Getty Images Alex Hern is a technology reporter for the Guardian. He was formerly staff writer at the New Statesman. You should follow Alex on Twitter. Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!