SWEDISH ministers have announced a six-hour working day as part of plans to make their country more stereotypical.
In Sweden she is considered homely
The policy is one of several designed to bring Sweden in line with the caricatured view of the country held by other nations, particularly Britain.
Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt said: Sweden leads the world in progressive social policy, but frequently visitors are disappointed that we dont spend all our time assembling Ikea furniture in the nude.
From now on all Swedes will have to spend at least 20 hours a week doing Swedish things, such as having a sauna and beating themselves with twigs while feeling totally unashamed of their naked bodies.
We will also be deporting any women who are not tall, blonde and stunningly attractive. This may sound harsh, but its the only way to create the Volvo-driving, porn-using, smorgasbord-eating stereotype that the outside world loves so much.
Reinfeldt said other policies would include banning all music that was not Abba-style disco-pop, which would be a blow to the countrys many rock musicians, hip hop artists and classical musicians, but would be popular with tourists.
Briton Roy Hobbs said: I went on holiday to Sweden and for some unfathomable reason I didnt have sex with any Swedish women. Fortunately Thomas Cook apologised and gave me a full refund.
I did see a man on skis taking a reindeer for a walk, but that was a pretty poor substitute for 14 nights of passion with blonde nymphomaniacs.