Scandinavia and the World
 

How to use a Bicycle


When I moved to England I noticed a lot of differences from Denmark. When I moved back to Denmark I noticed even more. One being that "cyclist" means different things.

In Denmark a cyclist just means a person on a bike (and most Danes are cyclists), but in England it's mostly used about people who are really really REALLY into bikes.

Original comic: http://satwcomic.com/how-to-use-a-bike
Animated by: Andrew Beaver https://www.behance.net/andrewbeaver
Voiced by: Stanton Nichols https://www.youtube.com/user/RandomReadings


Iceland Denmark England
17th August 2014
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6 years ago #9556166        
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"What being a cyclist means in the USA!"
(shows footage of America squashed under the tracks of a car, his bike all mangled, stars flying round his head)
You're Welcome (bows) :D


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Xemunal

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7 years ago #9422946        
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Why is it so strange? It's like the difference between being a youtuber and making youtube videos. You do it seriously and you're rewarded for it or you just ride a bike.

5 years ago #9676681        
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The running animation was a little unattractive but this was still funny :P

8 years ago #9337017        
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I don't know if I like this. I think England and Iceland should have spoken what they said, instead of showing it with speech bubbles.

MikoMae

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4 months ago #9874811        
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in this situation i am iceland

9 months ago #9870555        
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i forgot how to use a bike (blame covid)

BinBin

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1 year ago #9862519        
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I'm sorry to the animator because I think it's the original comics fault but I hate the running cycle

7 years ago #9463350        
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Would love to see this one reworked with actual voice actors!

7 years ago #9410563        
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Welp, XD

8 years ago #9375996        
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XXD

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