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 Why are swedish fish called swedish fish?

Answer Swedish fish are chewy, fruity, fish-shaped candies that are aptly named for their country of origin. Although the treat has its roots in Sweden, it has been a popular candy throughout North Americ... Read More »
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How to Say Please in Swedish?

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