Scandinavia and the World
It's Complicated

It's Complicated

Inspired by simply watching American news and TV series. America have very complicated feelings about breasts. :XD:

Originally America was holding a Teddy Bear, but he likes Teddy Eagles better.

11th August 2010

Tagged in Sweden Canada America Sister Sweden

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3 days ago #9376677        

Another guess not-so-known fact about boobs: Yes, we can tell when you are looking at them. No, srsly we can. Every time. Yes even then.

And yeah it's okay! ^_^

1 month ago #9361781        

i did that once when i was messing aound witha girl


37 F
4 months ago #9334370        

America's sex drive is that of a 10-year-old boy's.


20 M
5 months ago #9325567        

American media needs to have a better definition on where the line stands. I couldn't really give much of a care as to where they draw it cause we have the internets where the line is non-existent, but I wish that common media standards like news and TV wasn't so contradictory stateside.



21 M
5 months ago #9324572        

Murikan Media in a Nutshell right there.


16 F
5 months ago #9322194        


5 months ago #9318820        

The other other day, I was having a conversation. With my friend about why porn is a-okay but prostitution isn't. And then my mind was wandering about how violence is 24/7 and porn isn't.

5 months ago #9317925        

That last clip is just so adorable

6 months ago #9299632        

@DeadlyLittleKate: Well yeah. I'm ignorant, but not that ignorant. On the other hand this is a comic about stereotypes not reality.... plus it's really cuuute.... nngh...


48 M
7 months ago #9279673        

American TV is very confused about breasts. Blood, cursing, violence... no problem. But *gasp* a breast is "unsafe" for our children! They must NEVER see one, ever!

Fortunately, actual people in the U.S. don't have that much of a problem seeing and/or touching them. Most of the time...

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