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Lost Friends

Lost Friends

England and Denmark were once connected by land called Doggerland. Things did not go well for Doggerland with the rise of sea levels.

This strip is by my assistants, what do you think of it?

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Written by Dayvi
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29th of May

The truth is out there

The truth is out there

There are a ton of alien species some people believe visit Earth, but these are the most popular.
The Reptilians, the Grays, and the Nordics.

I could talk forever about this, like the reptilians are usually considered the original inhabitants of Earth but are always lumped in with aliens. Also, they were invented by an American science fiction writer but were made popular in modern alien lore by an Englishman.

The Grays are an all American invention which is also why we see them most in fiction. The Americans make the most alien movies and shows.

Finally there's the Nordics, not to be confused with the actual Nordic people. They are called Nordics because they look like Nordic stereotypes and because they were originally only reported in the Nordic countries. They have since been replaced in Nordic UFO rapports with the Grays.

I used Norway to represent the Nordics here because he is pretty damn in love with himself and it's so rare that I get to show that part of his personality.

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12th of May
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Mother's Day

Mother's Day

England celebrates Mothering Sunday two months before Canada, Australia, and America celebrate Mother's Day. This causes much confusion on the internet.

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Written by Dayvi
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10th of May

Nuclear Bombs

Nuclear Bombs

England - 160
China - 180
France - 300
America - 2,468
Russia - 4,650
North Korea - 0

This strip was put together by assistants Dayvi and Verity. What do you think?

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Data from 'Global nuclear weapons inventories, 1945–2010' By Robert S. Norris & Hans M. Kristensen.
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1st of May

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Cuppa

Cuppa

Happy belated Saint Patrick's Day.

England may be famous for their tea drinking, but Ireland drinks more tea than all of Britain combined.

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17th of March

Save the day

Save the day

Scandinavian action heroes tend to not be very...bombastic.

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3rd of March

Love Snake

Love Snake

The English tried to get rid of snakes in India by offering money for dead snakes, and the Indians responded by simply breeding them. When the English found out they stopped paying for dead snakes, so the snake breeders just released them into the wild, and the English ended up having an even bigger snake problem.

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24th of February

Family Time

Family Time

My housemate who has spent a good chunk of her life in the US told me about how if Americans say they'll make cookies, more often than not they mean take out a roll of premade cookie dough they bought at the store, cut it into slices and bake it in an oven.

I on the other hand, leaned while living in England that the English looove putting grated cheese on everything. Everything!

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2nd of December

Great Deal

Great Deal

Australia is quite literally "selling sand in Sahara" because Australian sand is better for building with than Sahara sand.

So Australia is neither. He just had something Sahara could use.

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25th of November