Sisu Sukkaa? What does it mean?

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Saturday 29 January 2059 33298 Shares

Recently a saying has been going around, named Sisu Sukkaa. This saying is believed to have originated all the way from Mukkula School in Lahti, Finland. According to Google Translate, this means: "content socks". Of course that doesn't make any sense at first, but we have some more information on what this could mean. We flew our reporter Mason to Lahti to see what this was all about.

Mason asked the alleged creator what "Sisu Sukkaa" could possibly mean. He anwsered by saying this: "Well, it means that Sisu sucks the socks yes."

So our next mystery is who is Sisu? The identity of this mysterious person has not been revealed by anyone, and the community doesn't believe we will.

If new info is revealed, this article will be updated immediately, since this is surely the biggest mystery of this century.

Pauline Peterson

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