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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

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2 days ago #9377952        

Haha google translate is a pain... What Iceland said in the correct spelling... Ég á líka fyndin föt! Sjáðu! Djöfla vettlingar!

2 days ago #9377698        

Finland talks .....

4 days ago #9376895        

This is actually rather interesting.

7 days ago #9375329        

@MrMaestro1 no problem. Like I said, someone else when it first came out did most of it, I just did the finnish and icelandic.


13 days ago #9373075        

@valenknight Thanks for the translation! I only understood the English and some random words that looked like their English counterparts

14 days ago #9372740        

As someone currently learning swedish, I feel rather excited that I understood most of the swedish in this comic! :,D

14 days ago #9372727        

I think iceland is the coolest nordic. Having a lot weirdness and whimsicality up his sleeve

21 days ago #9369260        

First screen:
Sweden: I've been wondering, why do you have a fish on your head?
Norway: Like this my hands are free.
Sweden: That's stupid.

Second screen:
Sweden: Having a fish on the head helps about as much as having a BOAT on the head.
Norway: A boat? Why would you want a boat on your head?

Third screen:
Denmark: Hi guys! Can I join you?
Sweden: Why do you have a city on your head? It has nothing to do with the ocean.
Denmark: Yes it does! It's a sunken city!

Fourth screen:
Finland: You can make fun of my hat ? (This is the direct translation, I assume it's more like "are you making fun of my hat?")
Sweden: No Finland. You always think that everybody is making fun of you.
Norway: What?
Denmark: What did he say?

Fifth screen:
Iceland: I've also nice clothes! look! demon mittens! (I'm assuming by context that sjaou means look since it didn't change in the translator)
Norway: They're beautiful!
Sweden: Stop! Now it's getting too stupid!
Denmark: They're scary...
Finland: You can make fun of me... (Again, this is the direct translation, I assume it's more like "you are making fun of me...")

China: I don't know!

most of this came from a post from 4 years ago that they just hadn't translated the finnish or icelandic so I put it through google translate to finish it up. I'd credit them but their user id is blank. the chinese I got from a few more recent comments.

1 month ago #9365217        

@aye i understood the finnish, swedish, norwegian, danish, english and the chinese mandarin one

1 month ago #9365215        

@AndrewRaven well the finnish part should have been Voit pilkata hattuani. So she might have just used google translate on that.

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