Rune stone

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Traditional Viking rune stone. The word fika is written to the right.

Rune stones are stones with runic inscriptions dating back to the ancient Viking of the northern parts of europe. Rune stone inscriptions was usually used by the Vikings to describe day-to-day events, such as "Sven Strure Svensson son of Sture Sven Struresson sat down here and ate a meatball and drank some coffee", or "By Thor! I am so desperate for some fika". Thus, rune stones functioned much as todays weblogs.