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Not so holy cross


It's like an allergic reaction.

Denmark Faroe Islands
12th October 2018
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1 year ago #9793983        
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Van Helsingør!


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1 year ago #9794052        
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Faroe Island's expression in the last panel just screams "meme".


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1 year ago #9794497        
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Faroe islands hair flip gets bigger in every comic he's in.


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5 months ago #9817626        
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omg that is so true! xD I have read all the Faroese comics and I love them all!! <3

12 months ago #9799841        
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The whale is so cute!

1 year ago #9794778        
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Seems relevant to reintroduce this older strip, which might clear out a thing or two about Faroese whaling:

https://satwcomic.com/the-big-shame

1 year ago #9794550        
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I only support whaling if it involves "traditional" practices, and by "traditional", I mean you have to use ACTUAL traditional methods like non-motorized canoes, throwing harpoons by hand, etc etc. No whale detectors, heck, no heating or AC on your ship, you have to hunt like your ancestors hunted.

Or just eat beef, mutton, pork, and chicken like everyone else. And horse, camel, emu, venison, octopus, clams, lobster, crabs, cockroaches, grubs, grasshoppers, rabbit, squirrel, capybara, guinea pig, llama, alligator, eel...


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nanona

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1 year ago #9794258        
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The Faroe Islands, Romania and Iceland. Vampire trio

1 year ago #9794224        
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Legit question: Are the Faroe Islands worse at whale... killing... endangering... slaughtering (?)... than Japan? Because I know they're pretty bad at it too.


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1 year ago #9794161        
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@Ayrshireladdie
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You're not too far off, actually. However, said smoke in fact refers to the steam from hot springs in Reykjavik's surrounding region. But back when Iceland was settled, separate words for smoke and steam didn't really exist in the Old Norse language.


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