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Meet my Sister

Meet my Sister

It's a girl thing. You boys wouldn't understand it.

Anyway, here’s the boys introducing their sisters to each other. All countries have a sibling of the opposite sex. This came to be because the stereotypical Swedish woman is radically different from the stereotypical Swedish man. In fact, she is the complete opposite of everything the Swedish man stands for, so Sweden is not particular proud of her.

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22nd of July

Good to see you Australia

Good to see you Australia

Because everybody knows that Australians carry a wombat around in their kangaroo. :XD:

I couldn’t decide if I should go with the “All Australians are surfers” stereotype, or if it should be the Crocodile Dundee type, so I decided to mix them. :)

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20th of July
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Eurovision Winners

Eurovision Winners

For gods sake, Sweden! Didn't you know not to touch Finland when you are dressed in drag and he is dressed as demon som hell?! :XD:
And you don't have to fear Finland, Denmark. Your problem is Greenland, who is always there, in the dark, waiting for your weak moment...

Hehe, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark dressed as the singers who won for their country last time in the Eurovision Song Contest.
And in Iceland's case, dressed as the singer who almost won.
And in Greenland's case, dressed as his suppressor's winner.

Norway is of course dressed as Alexander Rybak who won this year. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiH4BFTELME
Sweden is dressed as Charlotte Nilsson who won in 1999. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qe1NNxeN7w
Denmark and Greenland are dressed as The Olsen Brothers who won in 2000. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEwlSyd7DH4
Finland is dressed as the front singer from Lordi who won in 2006. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mh3hj9-J76Y
And Iceland is dressed as Yohanna who came in second this year. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcXCjC1Yijg

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18th of July

Eurovision Song Contest

Eurovision Song Contest

The Eurovision Song Contest is serious business...In some places.

So Norway won this year, with Iceland in second place. People in Sweden and Denmark were all like, “Damit! We wanted to win! But yay! Our Norwegian brother won instead!”. The Danes were thoroughly pissed that Sweden didn’t give us a single point this year though, because it’s a bit of an unspoken rule that the Scandinavian countries vote for each other. Ah, Eurovision is always so much fun. :XD:

For those who don’t know, Norway won with this song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uiH4BFTELME
Iceland who came in second place had this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcXCjC1Yijg
England: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxwp3wPZUm8
Sweden: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KP07YbJCSAI
Denmark: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTQG1j3aHGk

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17th of July

Party Photos

Party Photos

Stereotypical Norwegians love nature. A lot.

The funny thing is that this is actually based on real life. One of my bosses is from Norway, and he is usually the one to take pictures at parties and what not. At one point he was supposed to take pictures of some people working outside the hospital, but when I later flipped through the pictures on the camera, there was mainly pictures of a crow jumping around on the lawn and some of a tree standing near by. :XD:

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16th of July
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No invitation

No invitation

They’re finally here! Finland and Iceland (and Germany)!

The joke behind this is that everybody agrees that Sweden, Norway and Denmark make up Scandinavia, but some say that Finland and Iceland are part of it too. Most people in Sweden, Norway and Denmark doesn’t consider them to be part of Scandinavia though.
No invitation for you!

The Finnish stereotype is a masculine drunk mute with a knife. I had to read up on this because Denmark don’t have a lot to do with Finland, but when I read the description I knew I had to include him sooner or later. :XD:

Icelanders are considered to be more beautiful than other Nordic people. They also see themselves as risk-takers, who love extreme sports, so I gave him some sporty cloth and sunglasses, and little sparkles to emphasise his prettiness. :)

I've read that when Germans go to America they often get yelled at and called Nazis. Most people here are way beyond that because we live right next to them and see them quite often. Instead our German stereotype is a loud guy with really bad hair and cloth, who loves sausages.
My father’s sister married a German, so I did everything in my power not to make the character look like him. :XD:

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14th of July

Everybody can have boobs

Everybody can have boobs

Denmark was the first country in the world to turn a transsexual man into a woman.

Yes, Denmark is doing a little beer-opening dance. And no, Sweden is not a fan of man-boobs. :XD:

And to the newcomers, “skål” is the Scandinavian word for “cheers”.

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12th of July

Good to see you England

Good to see you England

Oh what fun Sweden, Norway and Denmark used to have with England. :XD:

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9th of July

I Need Mountains

I Need Mountains

Just a little quickie, because the other day I was reminded of a funny thing that happened to me a few months ago.

A pair of Americans came into the hospital, and when I found out they were Americans I had to ask them what they were doing in Denmark, seeing as we don’t have a whole lot to come after. They then explained that they had heard that Scandinavia had great skiing conditions, and that the flight to Denmark had been the cheapest, so that was what they had come for: Skiing. Great was their disappointment then, when they flew over Denmark and noticed that there was no snow, and not a single mountain in sight.
Yes, of all the Scandinavian countries they choose the one country that has no mountains. At all. :)

Anyway, this is my stereotype version of America (It should be noted that all countries in these little comics will be made from a Scandinavian point of view). He is a tall guy because everything in America has to be BIG. He is well trained and toned and has dyed his hair blond because to us Americans seem obsessed with their looks, yet he is not a health-freak (Either that or they’re ridiculously fat). And he is rather clueless about the other countries. :XD:

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8th of July

We should be friends

We should be friends

Sweden Denmark and Norway never hates each other more than when we play football. :XD:

I wanted to include Greenland somehow, and then started wondering if Sweden and Norway have any islands where they don't speak Swedish or Norwegian. Sweden doesn’t have any, and Norway just have volcano island, Jan Mayen (Besides Svalbard), where the only humans are Norwegian scientists.

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5th of July