While Donald Trump has people concerned for the country of Sweden, the innocent people who did not suffer a non-existent terrorist attack are getting on just fine—and might even be getting it on in the middle of the day.
A small town councilman in Övertorneå, a 2,000-person community in Northern Sweden, is thinking big. Swedish newspaper the reports that Councilman Erik Muskos has found the key to the work-life balance: midday sex breaks to help improve both.
He proposed this week that all workers in the country have a paid, one-hour break to go home and have sex.
"It's about having better relationships," told the AFP, as reported by Vice. "There are studies that show sex is healthy."
Muskos is just one dude in one small town, so it's not like sex breaks are going to become a national policy just yet. But anything is possible in the Scandanavian utopia.
He said, "You can't guarantee that a worker doesn't go out for a walk instead," but also added that he "saw no reason" the motion couldn't pass.
A state-sponsored afternoon delight could be the key to workplace synergy.
As the wise Starland Vocal Band once said, "Why wait until the middle of a cold dark night, when everything's a little clearer in the light of day and we know the night is always gonna be there any way?"
An Anchorman-informed policy is a good policy.