Jet Spray In Finland? Shreya Dhanwanthary Now Knows Why Finland Is The Happiest Country! 

by Sanjana Shenoy
Jet Spray In Finland? Shreya Dhanwanthary Now Knows Why Finland Is The Happiest Country! 

Jet spray or toilet paper? This debate is as old as time. Even older than the question ‘Melody itni chocolatey kyun hai?’ For us Indians the biggest challenge on our international vacays isn’t the lack of vegetarian food, desi khaana or culture shock — it’s having to part with our beloved jet spray for a bit. But life does throw in pleasant surprises. Ask actor Shreya Dhanwanthary who was overjoyed to discover a jet spray all the way in Finland.

Shreya Dhanwanthary Finds Jet Spray In Finland!

Shreya Dhanwanthary recently took to Twitter to share a picture. No it’s not a pretty travel photo or a drool-worthy pic of her meal. Rather, it’s a photo that’s very dear to all of us — jet spray. The Chup actor tweeted the picture with the caption, “What is this magical contraption doing in Europe?! This is why Finland is the happiest nation.” Shreya Dhanwanthry was pleasantly surprised to find a jet spray in Finland when the rest of the West swears by toilet paper.

Apart from the Sisu (the Finnish secret to Happiness), Northern Lights, lofty mountains, icy lakes, sauna, and magnificent landscapes, we now have another reason why Finland is the Happiest Country in the World. Yes, of course, the reason behind it is the jet spray. Thanks to Shreya Dhanwanthary, now we all know that we won’t miss our mugga or jet spray if we ever plan to tick Finland off our wishlist.

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Tweeple Flood The Comments Section

Trust Tweeple to instantly pounce on this opportunity to share their precious views. @Kausarcsp commented that he was surprised to find this in Estonia but not the rest of Europe. @aramanujaa jokes about jet spray being our secret weapon. @SamritiSaran affirms that she surprisingly found it in her hotel in Helsinki but not in Stolkhom or Estonia.

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In @RamaKrishnaUX’s opinion, it seems like a recent edition as he didn’t find it in the country a few years ago. But @enarnd comments to have spotted this European rarity in Helsinki airport in 2013.