Swedish workers say ja to lunchtime clubbing

If, in the afternoon of a working day, like Guru, you feel tired, bored, disillusioned, despairing, like you could burst into tears at any moment, then you might want to consider a new craze sweeping through Sweden: lunchtime clubbing.

Started in Stockholm, lunchtime clubbing involves going to a club… at lunchtime. Unlike normal clubbing, at lunchtime clubbing people aren’t generally drunk, they aren’t generally on drugs and they are at the club between midday and 1pm. The BBC reports that it is growing in popularity, providing a more enjoyable way for people to refresh themselves for an afternoon at work than more typical lunch activities, such as going to the gym.

Guru hopes it catches on in the UK. If everybody goes clubbing he’ll be able to enjoy his sandwich at his desk in peace.