Scandinavia and the World
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They’re finally here! Finland and Iceland (and Germany)!

The joke behind this is that everybody agrees that Sweden, Norway and Denmark make up Scandinavia, but some say that Finland and Iceland are part of it too. Most people in Sweden, Norway and Denmark doesn’t consider them to be part of Scandinavia though.
No invitation for you!

The Finnish stereotype is a masculine drunk mute with a knife. I had to read up on this because Denmark don’t have a lot to do with Finland, but when I read the description I knew I had to include him sooner or later. :XD:

Icelanders are considered to be more beautiful than other Nordic people. They also see themselves as risk-takers, who love extreme sports, so I gave him some sporty cloth and sunglasses, and little sparkles to emphasise his prettiness. :)

I've read that when Germans go to America they often get yelled at and called Nazis. Most people here are way beyond that because we live right next to them and see them quite often. Instead our German stereotype is a loud guy with really bad hair and cloth, who loves sausages.
My father’s sister married a German, so I did everything in my power not to make the character look like him. :XD:

14th July 2009
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25 days ago #9333145        

I love Iceland's sparkles. Also, we do stereotype Germans as Nazis... but to be fair, to English speakers, German sounds really angry and loud.



Snowman

15 F
2 months ago #9322648        

WEEEEEEEEeeeeeee



3 months ago #9304019        

@Ice0tea You're welcome :)



3 months ago #9303412        

Love Finlands reaction


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15 F
3 months ago #9302550        

Iceland's parachute looks kind of like a cape.



3 months ago #9301398        

Iceland was a man all along?! I should have known..



3 months ago #9299135        

@bubba Estonia: What about meee?!



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3 months ago #9298004        

Icelandic view of Scandinavia:

Norway and Sweden. Possible Finland too.

nordics: (from west to east):

Greenland, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Norway, Danmark, Sweden and Finland



3 months ago #9297192        

@Frankonia i spent around 3 years in germany laerning history and politics it was awesome there.



3 months ago #9296528        

I, german, spent seven weeks within a year in the USA, precisely Texas, and i did not get called a Nazi (fortunately). Surprisingly the people were really curious and interested, which made a postive surprise...



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