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Bath Time



You voted, so here they are. The Nordic countries in all their naked glory. Enjoy, you perverts!

There are no stereotypes saying that Finns look like this. I just thought it went well with the I-don't-give-a-fuck-what-you-think personality I’ve given them. :)

And yes, I actually imagine Sister Norway to be slightly taller than her brother, just because. :D

I didn’t realize it before the picture was done, but I love how you can see that a domino effect will take place in the boys' picture:

Iceland is just standing around being his usual pretty self. That...um, distracts Sweden. Therefore he doesn’t notice that Denmark is about to towel whip Norway. When that happens, Norway will jump, and bump into Finland. Finland will drop his beer, and then all hell will break loose! :XD:

17th October 2009
 


993 Comments:
 
10 days ago #9133190      

You mean blonde pubes are possible? whaaa?



15 days ago #9130065      

@mrnewwanderer Oh yeah sorry I got the flags confused.



15 days ago #9129527      

@NordicBand117 yep. Also, I'm not English, I'm Icelandic.



16 days ago #9129285      

@mrnewwanderer You guys don't say that in England? In America, a "lobster tan" is when someone turns red from spending too much time in the sun. Yup, all evolution. Use it or lose it, buddy :P



16 days ago #9129278      

@NordicBand117 Lobsters? No,no,no. Lobsters get boiled. White people have just been the most fearful and greedy of all since classical Europe. And yeah, it's only the eyes that are a result of a genetic mutation. The Aryans were the first people to bring civilization in Europe, they came from where today is Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, North-India and Turkmenistan. Their skin was brown, but as they settled in more northern parts of the world (Europe), their skin didn't receive as much sun light, therefore their skin and hair got brighter and brighter. It's all evolution :)



16 days ago #9129272      

@mrnewwanderer And hi.



16 days ago #9129271      

@mrnewwanderer Okay, thanks for knowledge. :) The same goes for fair skin. You just don't need dark skin in such a cool climate. The only problem is that a lot of white people burn like an aunt under a magnifying glass once they move somewhere with more sunlight. :P Ahh, white people, we are truly the lobsters of the world XD.



16 days ago #9129208      

@NordicBand117
after a google search I found this, we are related: D

"New research shows that people with blue eyes have a single, common ancestor. Scientists have tracked down a genetic mutation which took place 6,000-10,000 years ago and is the cause of the eye color of all blue-eyed humans alive on the planet today."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blond

“Based on recent genetic research carried out at three Japanese universities, the date of the genetic mutation that resulted in blond hair in Europe has been isolated to about 11,000 years ago during the last ice age”



16 days ago #9128894      

@NordicBand117 It was the eyes. Blond hair is a result of evolution of people in Northern Europe. It's darker and colder there, therefore dark hair barely has any purpose and became brighter. Dark hair was a result of a long and bright days of sunlight.



17 days ago #9128639      

@blondie Suit yourself. Liking brown eyes should be an advantage anyways, as most of the world has dark eyes. A lot of people in the US like brown eyes too, but I've always felt like blue eyes have had a slight edge when it comes to pleasing the opposite sex.
I've never seen anyone with purple eyes either, I just figured it would be more common in Norway somehow. The article is helpful though :) It doesn't sound like having purple eyes is very healthy from the way the article is making it sound. I thought that human eyes were naturally brown, and that it was a genetic mutation in Europe that allowed the gene for blue and green eyes to come to be (or was that blond hair?). Scientists say that the genetic mutation could have only happened once, so if you have blue eyes consider yourself lucky. :)



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