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Never Ask Colombia Again For That!


What happens when Denmark and Netherlands ask the wrong person for the wrong recreational substance. Ideas suggested by @Wortel and @ewhypothesiss. Art by ElBichoRaro

By: ElBichoRaro 25th July 2018

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Over 90% of all gunpowder fired by the Americans during the American Revolution was supplied by France.

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Victorian pudding: Before the Victorian times the christmas pudding was actual a staple of the British diet, it was a way of preserving meat, and was only became confectiony during Victorian times.

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4 years ago #9779969        
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OH MAN, THIS IS GREAT! I'm laughing by myself in my room XD

4 years ago #9792666        
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This is amazing! How did it not make the front page?

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*click* noice


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4 years ago #9798612        
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Short explanation: in Colombian Andean Region near Bogota we use Galinsoga (locally called "guasca") as a key ingredient for a thick soup called "ajiaco".

And no, we don't cook anything with "recreational" plants like cannabis -except the very well known brownies- or coca leaves.


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4 years ago #9794404        
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They are both Colombia? Is one the indigenous population and one the Spanish population?


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4 years ago #9793225        
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Colombian father must be Spain.


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7 months ago #9863521        
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Denmark run! :O
It is very impressive that Denmark survives every time he is stupid to someone. Miracle.

2 years ago #9845877        
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Very funny. Always dodgy to make rash assumptions about national/cultural activities. :D

2 years ago #9845209        
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... hoboy. *grabs a chair and sits down to watch* Dis gon be good.

3 years ago #9815014        
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Oooooooof

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