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The head-thing Norway and Denmark are doing is a replacement for hugging, because hugs look so awkward with their tiny bodies and giant heads.

Anyway, I was talking with a fellow Dane about the various mean names Scandinavians have given each other, and we realised that for some odd reason the Danes never came up with a name for their nemesis, the Swedes. We therefore came to the conclusion that “Swedes” was considered a sufficiently mean word in itself. :XD:


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23rd February 2011
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1 year ago #9730329        
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Dane devils more cool than dare devils...
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1 year ago #9723842        
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one of the meanest words danes have for norwegians are "swedes". it usely not that common used since we danes dont want to be that brutal to norwegians.

10 months ago #9759267        
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Some of my friends were eating over at my house one day and we were having meatballs, and one of my friends said "Oh my God I love meatballs." And instead of doing the obvious thing and making a sex joke her boyfriend said "You Swede (Din Svensker)" And I've never seen someone look so offended

2 years ago #9649767        
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That not-hugging is super adorable c:
Sweden, you should've known xD

4 years ago #9387325        
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It's better to be talked about badly than not talked about at all

11 months ago #9750103        
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roasted

11 months ago #9747057        
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They're so cute.

1 year ago #9735666        
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We call English people "Island Monkeys" here...well :D


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1 year ago #9715181        
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For some reason, the Swedish word rackarunge looks so much like an English word. I wouldn't be surprised if it eventually enters the language since English is such a word hog.

2 years ago #9633704        
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what about when iceland was 'disney princess' and england was 'king of musicals'?


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