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Denmark have some of the strictest food laws in the world, which is kind of pissing the rest of Europe off because it means they can't sell their stuff to Denmark.

One of the first things I noticed when I moved back to Denmark after having lived in England for a year was how quickly food went bad, so it would seem Denmark is quite picky about chemicals in the food too.


America China Congo Europe Denmark
17th June 2014
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2 years ago #9616573        
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This whole comic almost seems as if everyone is trying to find out what food is good to give Denmark. XD
Denmark: I'm hungry.
Europe: Okay, I'll go find something. Hey, America! Denmark is hungry!
America: Alright, I'll figure something out. Hey, China! Denmark's hungry! Do you have anything?
China: I'll go see. Hey, Congo! Denmark is hungry! You don't happen to have anything on you, do you?
Congo: Well, I have some African food. Do you think Denmark'll like that?
China: No, it's probably been washed in poo water. I guess I'll just give him some of mine. Here, America! Some Chinese food might do good!
America: Eh, nope. Your hygiene standards are too low, and I don't think Denmark likes dog or cat meat. I know he loves American food though, so here, Europe, give this to Denmark!
Europe: Are you crazy?! You use WAY too many chemicals! Denmark only wants the best, and that's what I'm going to give him!
Denmark: So, do I get any food?
Europe: Yes! Here, Denmark! Some good, clean, European food, and I KNOW you'll love it!
Denmark: ... No. You use bad fat acids, I'm not eating that. I guess I'll just have some Danish food.
Europe: FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF--


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2 years ago #9556604        
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This is building on my list of reasons to move to Scandinavia. I should really write them all down (goes looking for pen and paper)


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2 years ago #9555398        
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This cartoon reminds me of a mistake I made recently, when I saw something about the Danish movie "I Kina Spiser de Hunde", and I'm thinking: " 'They eat dogs in the movie theater?' " Oops! I confused the Danish word "Kina" (China) with the Russian word "kino" (movie theater).

IsaIna

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2 years ago #9506374        
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Just another reason to migrate to Denmark. *sigh*


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3 years ago #9389058        
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Danish meat is seen as low standard in Sweden since they don't treat their animals so good.


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txag70

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3 years ago #9384295        
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Never heard of the Emu war? Australians helped us win WWII but before that.....
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emu_War

8 days ago #9802498        
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PIZZA IN ITALY,AMERICA, SWEDEN

ITALY: mozzarella and spinach and sun-dried tomatoes
AMERICA: cheddar cheese and pepperoni
SWEDEN: KEBAB AND FRIES WITH LOTS OF GARLIC SAUCE

14 days ago #9801361        
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European food to America
US "what the hell is this? It's a quartered onion and tomato bits on a tortilla shell with green things"
EU "it's.. pizza..."
US slams a huge box on the table with a giant cheesy bread disk inside covered in all the meats in the world "this is a pizza"
EU "we're both speaking the same language right?"

1 month ago #9797761        
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Your food went bad faster because your fridge is warmer. Good grief.

America is skeptical about Chinese food imports after massive food contamination scandals. Rich Chinese are actually importing things like baby formula and powdered milk directly from the US or Canada, too--the Chinese aren't any happier about it. No one in America thinks that any of the Chinese export dog or cat meat.

Dog and cat meat are eaten mostly in southern China. They are traditional foods there, though not really common ones, and are becoming increasingly less common because of the reaction of outsiders to it.


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6 months ago #9773798        
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*raises skeptical eyebrow* From what I've read of the comics, Denmark's cuisine seems to consist of yoghurt, more yoghurt, lots of processed milk products with yoghurt in them, pickled herring, and delicious fatty pastries. Am I missing something?

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