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- Martha, you spent $185 on… pillows?
- Decorative accessories.
- Potayto, potahto. Are you building the world's largest pillow fort?
- No, Clark, I'm just trying to increase our hygge.
- Come again?
- You know, I just want to make our home more hyggelig.
- Is that like feng shui? Will I have to move our dining table again? Last time I did that, I nearly threw out my back, remember?
- How can I forget when you don't stop reminding me! No, hygge is the Danish word for “ cosy.” I want to make our life cozier, that's it. Pillows are cozy. Blankets. Sweaters. Fuzzy socks. Home-cooked meals. Having a cup of tea in a plush armchair by the fireplace.
- We are NOT getting a fireplace.
- That's not the point. Did you know that Denmark is one of the happiest countries in the world? It's because of hygge! There's a whole philosophy behind it: hygge is about simplicity, creating a warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people. Slow down, relax, light a candle and enjoy the moment…
- Darling, the Danes are so happy because they take more antidepressants than anyone in the world and work only 33 hours per week! This has nothing to do with comforting home décor.
- All right then. So I guess we aren't getting a La-Z-Boy recliner for you either.
- Now hold on here, honey. Maybe let's at least give this hygge thing a try?…