Scandinavia and the World
Kiss Kiss

Kiss Kiss

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Apparently Sister US ships Norway/Denmark...

shuyinda said, "And there is a place called "Kline" further down there.... Which means "to make out" in Norwegian" :XD:

28th June 2010

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12 days ago #9385724        

Dull, in Scotland, is now sister-city to Boring, Oregon. Really.


45 M
14 days ago #9384901        

So true for every country...

let's list some of the strange, expletive, raunchy, or downright strange ones for Germany:

Barby which is pronounced exactly like the doll
Pforzheim: sounds similar to Fart's- home
Darmstadt : Intestine-city

No.2 on my list:
Wixhausen = Jerk-off-houses

and <drum-roll>
No. 1:

Ficken = f****ing

1 month ago #9375433        

@KofodDane Well, all countries have cities with weird names. For instance, there is a place in Sweden called Äs (pronounced "Ass")

4 months ago #9343553        

We also have a bunch of Montpelier's, also there is a Paris in Idaho too



21 M
4 months ago #9338648        

Sister America is surprisingly good looking for a plastic.

5 months ago #9332169        

It gets worse. We even name towns after our own states. California, Missouri, to name one.

Also, I had no idea we have 22 Springfields. I always thought we had 4.

5 months ago #9326163        

@whale21 Wow...


20 M
5 months ago #9325543        

@KofodDane I know it's kind of weird, but honestly America is so large geographically and has such a widespread population that naming all the towns are kind of hard because we don't want to be too repetitive (We have 22 cities named Springfield alone) and we aren't creative enough to think of our own names so we start borrowing names from other countries and cities in other countries like Paris Texas, Cairo Illinois, China Texas, etc. etc. We have a TON of towns is the point I'm driving at.

8 months ago #9289851        

@KofodDane Yep, Danish people & American people name cities weird things!

8 months ago #9287806        

@jackyandrea4 lol Loafer's Glory:P Boring, Why, Whynot!:XD: Handsome Eddy, Husband, Lonelyville, Disco!:XD:
Well, also, here in Denmark, we have Tarm(gut), Tønder(barrels), Mørke(darkness), Løsning(solution), Thisted(which sounds like ''Tissted'' which, directly translated, would mean ''peeplace''), Søllested(measlyplace), Tim(like the name ''Tim''), Skive(slice), Benløse(legless), Stenløse(stoneless), Sengeløse(bedless), Lolland(which is an island), Anholt(sounds like ''anholdt'' which means ''arrested'', is also an island), Fanø(fan island, is sometimes used instead of ''fanden'' which is a Danish swear-word, is also an island), Frederiks(Frederik's), Lem(hatch?), Odder(otter), Give(give), Brande(fires), Blåvand(blue water), Ølgod(ale good), Gram(gram), Haarby(hairtown), Ringe(call/poor), Marstal(Mars number), Tureby(tourtown), Lillerød(little red), Birkerød(birch red), Greve(Count, as in Count Dracula), Stege(roast), and many many others.
Sorry for making this long list, but I just felt like it^^; Also, there are many, many other weird names here;P
Btw, there's actually a town/city in France called Nice:XD:

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