The Malmö Diva

I’ve taken control of Lady Fi’s blog for the day. Out with that old wanna-be Diane Keaton look-alike has-been – and in with the new exclusive totally hip me!

swedish_architecture

Serves the old bag right for just leaving me in the middle of yesterday’s interview! I mean, we hadn’t finished talking about the most important thing – ME, the Turning Torso! (You do know who I am, right? I’m the star of yesterday’s post. Try to keep up, will you?)

I probably could see into Swenglishexpat’s mother’s kitchen window if I wanted to. After all, I’m made up of 2,500 windows. But I’d rather have my head in the clouds than worry about what is going on at the lower levels…

As for those of you who wondered about how the lifts work. Well, I have a circular core in my centre, and they whizz up and down in there. It doesn’t half tickle, mind you!

As I soar upwards in graceful beauty, I gaze majestically out over the expanse of water that separates Sweden and Denmark. And there, below me, I can see the magnificent bridge, Öresundsbro, that connects our two countries and allows those lucky Danes to come over to see me!

oeresund_bridge

OK – enough of that bridge! Let’s get back to me, me, me! (I’m not really full of myself, but it’s hard to be modest when you’re as perfect as I am!)

I need your advice: I just can’t decide which colour suits me best when I want to go out for the night and really dazzle! Glittering gold? Bold blue? Or sizzling hot red?

torso_night

14 responses

  1. Those lucky Danes, yeah. They have bought up a big chunk of the properties, pushing up the prices, in the area around our Lovely Tall Lady, which used to be a massive shipyard. In the main supermarket there you hear Danish spoken every time.

    When we drive to Malmö from Germany it is still a fantastic feeling and a magnificent sight to first enter the tunnel, then onto the man-made island and last up on the bridge. The first time it was breathtaking; now I just pip the horn when passing the Sweden sign and burst into the National Anthem!

    BTW My vote goes to the Bold Blue, always blue if you ask me.

    January 29, 2009 at 12:20

  2. Beautiful photo of the bridge. Oh, and Lady Fi isn’t a “wanna be”, she IS a Diane Keaton look-alike. (All the colors at night are pretty.)

    January 29, 2009 at 13:04

  3. ah, blue is your color!

    January 29, 2009 at 13:11

  4. You look good in any colour. But you know that – you are a towering example of perfection.

    January 29, 2009 at 13:43

  5. That bridge looks familiar…think I’ve flown over it a time or two!

    January 29, 2009 at 14:18

  6. Amy

    It’s you darling, why settle for just one colour….a lady of your beauty should have choices! Never settle for anything less! What a view you have…lucky girl!!!

    January 29, 2009 at 16:20

  7. Po

    We want ladyfi back you showoff. Personally I think purple suits your body type though.

    January 29, 2009 at 19:29

  8. I say wear them all. Break up the one night into multiple nights, changing from red to blue to gold when the mood suits you throughout the evening!

    January 29, 2009 at 19:30

  9. I cannot wait to see this in person!!!!

    January 29, 2009 at 19:51

  10. Blue

    Do I really need to text which color I want?

    Or…is it…kinda…obvious? ;o)

    Say hi to TT from me, last time I saw her I was walking from the glass-restaurant right across from it back to the hotel. Totally shitfaced. She might remember that walk ;)

    January 29, 2009 at 21:45

  11. We want our Lady Fi back, so unhand her you big bully. You should always be blue anyway..try to be a little more down to earth from now on:)

    January 30, 2009 at 04:40

  12. I know he’s good looking and all, but how DARE he refer to you as an “old bag!” I’ll tear him down beam by beam if he insults you again, Fi! ;)

    January 30, 2009 at 05:08

  13. I thought I commented already…oh well. I visited Malmo with hubby in December 2007. I guess it was winter so there was nothing to do, but I sitll enjoyed the trip. Too bad I lost my camera so no beautiful pictures to share.

    January 30, 2009 at 11:38

  14. Very pretty building, love the view of the day and night and the reflection in the water.

    January 31, 2009 at 02:38

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