A Guide to Sweden for those of a slightly more refined nature. Learn about the culture and history through the Dispatches and Diary of The Dippylomat, Esq….a very British Gent.




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  1. Kristina says:

    Your blog is funny n’ makes me laugh 😀 It’s groovy to read another British persons view of Sweden!

  2. –Love Love Love the Brits.

    Great- Fun Site!

  3. Classic says:

    My Dear Dippylomat esq,

    I don’t mean to be a pest, but you haven’t been around the blogosphere in a little while. I just wanted to say ‘hello!’ and that I hope everything is alright 🙂

    • Åh, how sweet of you, my dear.

      Yes, I am just fine and dandy, but trying to blend in to Swedish culture has soaked up a little more time than expected as I struggle with almost fulltime school and plenty of homework.

      I trust all is well with you.

      ~The Dippylomat esq.

    • Mariana says:

      Posted on I’ve been absent for a while, but now I reebmmer why I used to love this site. Thanks , I will try and check back more frequently. How frequently you update your web site?

  4. Good sir, your fellow countrymen and ancestors colonised, built, pillaged and plundered my ancestors a long while back.Henceforth, I shall be keeping a keen eye on your work on planning to include the Scandinavian folks in the forthcoming invasion..
    PS. I am still wondering how come I did not see the things you’ve seen (while I was in Sweden). Keep the good work coming!

  5. Thanking you kindly, young Georgie.

    Yes, India was a bit of a bloody blip and one we still tend to brush under the rug – which we probably looted; although having said that, it has been put under the spotlight of late by Jeremy Paxman under the auspices of the BBC – not a bad five-part documentary if you can get your hands on it .

    Meanwhile, in midst of this clip, you should find some bloody good Brit-bashing:

    When and where were you in Sweden, by the by?

    ~The Dippylomat esq.

  6. The summer of ’09 brought me to Swedish stores, I mean shores, as an exchange student at the Karolinska Instituet, Stockholm..

  7. Hello Messieur Dippylomat,
    Found this post by one of my fellow countrymen- http://thelocalteaparty.com/post/18002012457
    A small dose of Britain-bashing which I found amusing. Hope you may find it amusing too..
    By the way, I am downloading the BBC series to watch..

  8. Hello! Nice to hear from you again – I haven’t recieved your posts for some time now – look forward to more Dipplymatic niceties!

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  12. Mi Tomsic says:

    I really like your writing style, great information, thankyou for posting : D.

  13. What a cool blog! Peace Out! JBC

  14. My dear, you are welcome any time…I can highly recommend the Facebook page for further DippyMayhem 😉

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