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Mower of Grass


We try to pretend we've put our violent Viking past behind us, and then we call lawn mowers shit like this.

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13th January 2017
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2 years ago #9579009        
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I feel that there is wasted opportunity here:
Icelandic: Sláttuvél
Directly translates: Reaper machine


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Rosin

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2 years ago #9579628        
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"Beating the grass"
Sounds like what you'd call it when vegans masturbate.

2 years ago #9579079        
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The grass was a Swedish spy, Denmark knew what he had to do. :P

Motlias

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2 years ago #9579042        
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God dam grass, sitting there, being all smug and green, at least the Danes put the pricks back in their place XD

Lenzar

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2 years ago #9578976        
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Humon, why on earth is the English word being represented by the fucking USA?


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Lorimer

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2 years ago #9582680        
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Well, according to Denmark's occasional fear for Wild Life, it is pretty natural to have a desire to beat all of it into the ground. Including the grass (for safety sake).
A masterpiece comic! )))


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2 years ago #9579655        
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If Humon made a TV series solely just following the daily life and activities of Denmark, I'm fairly certain many people and I would watch the absolute fuck out of that


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Finn123

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2 years ago #9578994        
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Just because our language is different than your scandi language, doesnt mean you have to wtf at it. Ruohonleikkuri is not even hard to pronounce and has only 5 syllables ^^

PS: You wrote machine as mashine in the first panel.

2 years ago #9579314        
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America, outside pushing machinery? He should be riding his mower with a beer in his hand, like Jesus intended.


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2 years ago #9579018        
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Actually, the "beating" probably comes from the use of scythes to cut grass, doing it with a scythe is called "att slå gräs" in Swedish - so it is probably a case of the old verb being used when the technique changed.


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