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Female: I think the drinking habits are quite different in Iceland. Many people are quite shy. And then when weekend comes and they get really drunk and then the things happen.
Liz: So if there was no alcohol then that could mean there would be no sex?
Are people having more sex in the winter or the summer because it’s dark? And when winter—but then it’s time to go out.
Female: When the day light comes, the 24 hour day light, we absolutely lose control and all you girls know that.
Liz: I was out last night and I understand that.
Male: Icelandic flowers.
Liz: This would be about the light and the alcoholic combines that makes people go cook coo.
Female: Have you ever been dizzy wide awaken?
Liz: Never in my life.
I had no idea how much it’s all about the sunlight.
And the me, I find them to be drunk and I find them to be a lot of them, maybe if you live in New York, you live in America and there is like oh—the guys. I think they are—. It seems like everybody’s enjoying themselves in whatever state they are in; married, single, whatever, I think they seemed to have more good time.
So then I realized, I wasn’t seeing any women over 50 at the bars late at night; dancing and getting drunk, how were they being single?