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1st April 2014

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4 months ago #9414338        
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Finland is the smartest out of all of them... he's being the most efficient with his work



3 months ago #9425121        
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I really loved this one!! :"D (Denmark) I only sent the fat and lazy ones who won't work ... (Sweden) they're pregnant :"D Killed me Hahaha!



2 months ago #9435909        
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Finland is freaking hilarious
"You guys have this, right? Right."



7 months ago #9382337        
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Can understand from History why Finland frowns and carries knife--he lives next to Russia.



2 years ago #9127926        
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I'll say this.
Icelandic is the coolest looking language EVER.

You could say "My car has a busted transmission" in Icelandic, and it'd still look like an ancient sorcerer casting a spell on his enemies.
You could say "I'm gonna wipe my ass with your children and parents, you worthless mo********er, as***le, fu**face!" in French, and it'd still look like a love poem.



2 days ago #9451959        
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*insert comment here*



3 days ago #9451491        
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This is fairly accurate



5 days ago #9450839        
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And thus, the new shipping of America and Greenland was born



26 days ago #9443809        
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The relationship between Iceland and Norway is something I call "brotherly relationship" where they love each other, but yet they hate each other



4 months ago #9413299        
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Oh my, I would love to see some source material for that dig about "fat, lazy people who won't work" being thrown out of Denmark - was this just one isolated case or did Denmark have some sort of work-visa ruling that affected pregnant women? (I'd assume not just Swedes...)



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