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The Hamlet joke that people have been asking for ever since I started making these comics.

There is of course the Danish prince Hamlet, who is the main character. Then there is the Norwegian prince Fortinbras, who first intends to invade Denmark, but then decides to target Poland instead. He then returns home and is made king of Denmark after Hamlet dies, which was Hamlet’s last request. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGPes8KWE0s

Poland just seems to be the go-to-guy if you want to abuse a country. :XD:

I got the photos from:
The skull http://alturl.com/onuw5
The sword http://alturl.com/ezzmq
The car http://alturl.com/waz55


Denmark Norway Poland
15th October 2010
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Apotato

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3 years ago #9458517        
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More Poland!


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txag70

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3 years ago #9393136        
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Poland -- Where all other countries go to vent their frustrations and inadequacies! (Also, still cannot into space)


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4 years ago #9335765        
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Poor Poland always getting picked on XD

10 months ago #9727547        
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I'm using this as inspiration for an essay about trust in Hamlet. It's very informative...

Lisi

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12 months ago #9714600        
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I don't know if Hamlet knew Yorick that well, Denmark.
That look of disgust on Norway's face is just priceless.

1 year ago #9693824        
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I recall there was a movie version of Hamlet that cast the artist Prince as Fortinbras.


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2 years ago #9646748        
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It's always Poland... Poor dude.

3 years ago #9482912        
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Why does everybody pick on Poland?


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3 years ago #9469166        
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"it's not even your car" shiiit :DDD

Giraffe

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3 years ago #9409034        
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Denmark is so cute in this


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