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How the North works
27 9, 12:53am
Oh I know, but if "we mixed with them at some point" is enough to qualify people as Scandinavians (Hint: It isn't.) then Northern France (Normandy - Take a wild guess where the "Norman" comes from. Hehe), parts of Sicily and large parts of UK would also be Scandinavian. They're not. For the exact same reason Finland isn't.
The one thing I don't quite get though is Iceland. They're absolutely related to us and if they were still part of Denmark or Norway or whatever, they would undoubtedly be considered Scandinavians. Not sure how they managed to "leave" a culture group. lol it makes no sense from what I can see..