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Pretty much how the Vikings behaved in England. For many years it was highly popular for Vikings to go to England and steal everything that wasn't nailed to the floor, but then they started realizing that England wasn't a bad place to live in, so they settled down and made friends with the locals they had previously beaten to a pulp.

10th December 2013

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1 year ago #9383677        
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The highlands of Scotland are pretty bleak and almost nobody in the UK but the few locals born there would want to live in the extreme climate. However the northermost region of Scotland is called "Sutherland" --you guessed it -- named by the Vikings who thought compared to Scandinavia the climate was warm and balmy, like we think of the Canary Islands today. . . The Danes took over most of the northern part of England from the 800's, and the locals called it the Danelaw the Viking capital was Jorvik, today York, in Jorvikshire, --sorry Yorkshire where the local dialects (now sadly dying out) have many antique Norse words and usages.



mart021e

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5 months ago #9471509        
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"We won't steal any more if that helps" XD



8 months ago #9441587        
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England got his revenge by meddling in the fate of the Nordics...



8 months ago #9440602        
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Reminds me of me and my best friend greet each other. Although for us it's more, whoever kicks the other in the groin first decides what we do for the visit. Is that strange?

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10 months ago #9419208        
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How can England have a nosebleed without a nose? And why didn't I ever notice it before?


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1 month ago #9509020        
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I think it's nice of them to not break both his arms. How would poor England drink his tea..........So considerate

Also, why wear a monocle over an eye you can't see with?

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2 months ago #9500840        
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Lol hot n cold



TheGecko

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3 months ago #9485042        
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Oh my... How the tables have turned....



9 months ago #9428406        
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If this takes place before they settled on the island, why are they calling him England. The name England means land of the Angles. Before then, the most correct term for the area would be Britain.

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Medktz_2

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10 months ago #9424701        
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You could have just asked. -_-

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