...called kalsarikänni in Finland, which translates (much more logically) to underwear drunk, this is a for-real pastime so legit the country’s ministry of foreign affairs included people drinking in their underwear in an emoji pack that represents Finnish culture. In his new book Päntsdrunk: The Finnish Path to Relaxation, out June 5, author Miska Rantanen has translated the concept for Americans. [Glamour, June 2018]
PäntsdrunkNew Word Suggestion
a translation of the Finnish wellness practice kalsarikänni, in which one removes trousers and drinks alcohol in the comfort of one's own home
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