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Not English

You'd be surprised how often I'm asked that question. It's usually by people from English speaking countries who can't speak any other language themselves. :XD:

And I google translated all of it from English, even the Danish, just for the hell of it. :XD:

12th July 2011

20 hours ago #9135254      

@Keichwoud Agreed!

8 days ago #9130800      

We should all go back to Old Norse.


999 F
10 days ago #9129708      

I enjoy seeing Iceland and his demons way too much... >D<

10 days ago #9129539      

In norway, we use to say "Norwegians are born with ski on their legs and fish on their heads".

12 days ago #9128359      

May be :)

12 days ago #9128353      

I think he's just jealous just because he chose to wear the hat.

12 days ago #9128272      

The swedish worked, but in a adult-oversimplifying-while-talking-to-child kind of way.

Sweden asked Norway why he is wearing a fish on his head, and get the answer that its to keep the hands free. Then Sweden puts a boat on his head to show how silly it looks. Denmark enters, and Sweden asks why he is wearing a city on his head, since it have nothing to do with the ocean. Denmak answers that is is a sunken city. Iceland enters, showing his new demons, and say somthing about them being a bit wild. Norway say they are beutiful, Sweden that it is silly, and Denmark that they are horrible. I only know a few words in finnish, so I will not attemt to translate him.


23 M
14 days ago #9127249      

I'd love a translation of everything written in this comic.

15 days ago #9126716      

I wonder if the other languages are as grammatically obliterated as Icelantic became. If we'd translate *That* Icelantic back to english correctly it would read:

"I also fun clothes! look! demon [not an Icelantic word N.b] mitten [and not the most common version of that word]."


26 O
24 days ago #9119872      

Cool. :D I pretty much understood (nearly) everything without cheating. Except for the first sentence in Icelandic, that I had to check (all I understood was "Ég hef"). I know Finnish, Swedish and a little Chinese (and English obviously), the other Scandinavian ones I just understood through Swedish. (They really are similar. I wouldn't understand spoken Danish, though.) Icelandic just isn't as easy. I understand a little bit but not enough. Same with Faroese (though I'm guessing it might be easier to understand Faroese if you knew Icelandic?)

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