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Denmark is an incredibly safe aka. uneventful place to live.

We have the least corrupt politicians and law enforcements in the world. We have a low crime rate, and we have never had something like a serial killer because the country is so small that if you kill someone you will have nowhere to hide, and we have a good relationship with our surrounding countries so if you try to hide in any of them, the Danish police will be called up by Sweden/Norway/Germany and asked, “Hey, we have a weird Dane running around. You’re looking for him or something?”
Even our nature is ridiculously safe. We have no nature catastrophes like hurricanes, earthquakes or big forest fires. No mountains to fall from. Our biggest predator is the fox, and our only poisonous snake is only sort of lethal if your old or sick.

So when a moose swam from Sweden to Denmark, we freaked out! Because what if it stepped on someone!?
It either got shot or hit by a train (can't remember which) but believe me, if it was still around it would most likely have killed someone, because Danes have no idea what to do around big wild animals. :XD:


29th August 2009

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4 days ago #9402539        
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I remember when I saw a moose out in the wild for the first time. I got very exited! In fact, most Swedes are very afraid of stumbling upon wild animals in the woods.



FTKnight

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16 days ago #9398401        
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.... and the canadian tourist look at the locals like they are crazy...



2 months ago #9386116        
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Well we have had a serial killer and raper called "Amagermanden" so to say that we haven't had a serial killer is incorrect



2 months ago #9378013        
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I think I'd like to move to Denmark now...



Zeust

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2 months ago #9373522        
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Here in the Netherlands it's not very different. The only thing we have to be afraid of is the water. Big parts of our country are in fact below water level. There is a reason why we're the world's number one expert at keeping the water out!



3 months ago #9369124        
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The moose was named 'Lost' in danish and she died when she got hit by a train (and yes, it was a she) in 2001 I belive. She was named Lost for obvios reasons...
How do I know this? I acculy didn't look it up on the internet, I'm from Sweden, and sense the moose was from here, she was quiet the news back here to



4 months ago #9360099        
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@AwesomeNorseAmerican
wow... what a stupid bitch. We just don't have any big predator animals. That's just how it is. We had quite a few wolfs 200 years ago. But we sadly killed them all. People got payed good money for each wolf killed. luckily they are starting to come back now, and they are endangered. huge fines are giving out to people who hurt them.



4 months ago #9356737        
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Yeah, we don't have much safety in America, our government is extremely corrupt, we have very high crime rates, there has been lots of serial killers, we have earthquakes, tornadoes, wildfires, AND hurricanes, there's plenty of mountains and canyons to fall from, the greatest predator is the grizzly bear, and our most venomous snake is the Coral snake (which will kill you withinin minutes of being bitten).
But, hey, it could definetly be worse. Like Australia, where basically the entire wildlife is trying to kill you.



4 months ago #9356338        
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Lol at the Americans calling other people wimps, the real wimps are the ones hiding behind firearms :)



5 months ago #9343436        
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It's official, Danes are wimps, and have no life, basically. They better have 'big shoes'.



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