Scandinavia and the World

Dysfunctional Family

Dysfunctional Family

People become crazy axe murders for various reasons. :XD:

Inspired by a comment to one of my pictures, “It’s incredible how such a small island like Åland can keep a whole country on it’s toes. It’s like Åland rules Finland and not the other way around!”

Obviously I’m overdoing the real Finland and Åland’s relationship, but I had to illustrate just how much of a troll Åland can be to Finland, because he is the only male character who isn’t afraid of Finland at all. He has been playing his cards perfectly from the start, and now he has Finland by the balls, so to speak.

Besides, Finland needs to be put in his place every now and then. Yes, their family is a little dysfunctional at times. ;)

24th May 2010

Tagged in Sweden Finland Aland Denmark Norway

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18 days ago #9344559        

@ShylokVakarian Now,why did you post that thing on that other...well you know,comic? oh and can I ruin it for you if no one ruins it in time................

26 days ago #9340696        

@ShylokVakarian i am i'm learning mandarinchinese,german, french, swedish, spanish and russian.

27 days ago #9340519        

Good. Now learn a language that's less useless. :P

28 days ago #9339986        

That was awesome...


1 month ago #9335186        


2 months ago #9332454        

@ShylokVakarian Well English isn't my first language and i don't really use it that bad butt i'm glad that i have learned the language.

2 months ago #9332136        

I wasn't aware the Finnish could spell that bad. You legitimately fooled me, I thought you were American! :XD:

2 months ago #9330313        

HAHAHA "People become crazy axe murderers for various reasons".

2 months ago #9325812        

Oh my gosh. HA!


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2 months ago #9324534        

Bwahahahaaaa, poor Finland.

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