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February 01 2013


January 05 2013


December 29 2012

via Battle Cry - Scandinavia and the World

The "sue culture" of the US will never not be funny to the rest of us. ;)
Reposted byHereNameschlachtorosohmylifeChesterekmikeybertswaczynatichgafafnirscaverazunutzthor7o

December 24 2012

via Merry Disney Christmas - Scandinavia and the World

In Sweden the Disney Christmas show is as big a Christmas tradition as the Christmas tree and presents. <D

December 06 2012

via Black Pete - Scandinavia and the World

In the Netherlands Saint Nicholas is a separate person from Santa, and like Santa has his elves, Saint Nicholas has his Zwarte Piet (Black Pete).

Despite what some Dutch people might claim, it's pretty obvious Black Pete is inspired by a caricature of black people, but it should be noted that Black Pete is not supposed to be an African. It's more like a sort of elf that has it's looks inspired by the caricature.

November 23 2012

via What a nice everything - Scandinavia and the World

One thing I've noticed on my trips to England is how many gardens are over decorated. I mean, all countries have that sort of gardens, but the English seem overly fond of them.

In Sweden however, I've only seen very few.
Reposted bycallisiadivischlachtoros

November 16 2012

via Have a sit down - Scandinavia and the World

I've been told it's rude to stand up and pee in normal toilets in Germany. Don't know if it's true, but I couldn't resist the good old "sitting on the urinal" joke.
Reposted byschottladenpascalmh

November 06 2012

via Best Guy Wins - Scandinavia and the World

You know it'll happen. XD

And illustation of a joke [link] made as a response to my tweet about the election. [link]
Reposted bymakuro83manulein

October 21 2012

via Golden Dawn - Scandinavia and the World

Paris was very beautiful, but the smell of urine just saturated the place. When I talked about it on the internet a few people responded with, "Even the airport smells like pee :C"
I have no idea what the Frenchmen are up to at night, but it must be fun. XD

Technically the flag on Brother France should be mirrored because we see him from the back, but no doubt people wouldn't notice and keep asking me why it was the wrong way.
Reposted byschottladenstraycatnibot

October 17 2012

via All Work and No Play - Scandinavia and the World

After the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 the Scandinavian countries took good care of the Hungarian refugees, and the Hungarians were so grateful for all the help that they worked extra hard and only had short breaks so they could pay the Scandinavians back. Unfortunately it made the other workers look bad, so it had to be explained to them that they had to rest more and relax a bit. The Hungarians were amazed that they were told to just sit around and eat food and drink beer and thought they had gone to heaven. XD

I asked a Hungarian what the Hungarians stereotypically looked like, and he said, "He should have an impressive moustache! We are famous for our mustaches!" so that us why he ended up like this.
Reposted bymakuro83schlachtoros

October 08 2012

via Fangirls - Scandinavia and the World

Oh, get a room you two!

America is super popular in Japan, and Japan is super popular in America, though most everyday people in either country don't know this.

I talked to a Japanese woman who told me that when she went to USA everything felt so familiar because they watched so many American movies in Japan and she almost felt at home, but when she went to Europe she had no idea what to do with herself.
Reposted bycoloredgrayscaleFreXxXWeks

September 29 2012

Size matters - Scandinavia and the World

I wasn't planning on posting a comic about this yet, but people have spammed me with the "ÆØÅ (Size Matters)" song so much that I thought I might as well post it now to let people know that yes, I have seen it.

(Before you click the link, know that the song isn't about who has the biggest alphabet in the world, but simply about the Norwegians desperately looking for something they have that's bigger than what USA has) [link]

September 18 2012

via Multi Language - Scandinavia and the World

I was highly amused when an American told me he wanted to be more worldly by leaning languages and listed Irish as one of them. I know there's a few words that's different, but it still sounded funny.

EDIT: Okay so he probably meant Irish Gaelic, but then say Irish Gaelic. You'd be surprised by how little I know about languages so it helps to be specific. ;)
Reposted byfrittatensuppe frittatensuppe
via Drama Bear Returns - Scandinavia and the World

Remember Drama Bear? [link]
It will keep causing drama for as long as it lives. [link]

Sorry about all the one panel comics. I'm not feeling well and have a lot to do, so you'll have to put up with a few week more. Sorry again.
Reposted byfrittatensuppe frittatensuppe

August 24 2012

via Gangnam Style - Scandinavia and the World

Of course a joke about PSY's song "Gangnam Style" [link]

America is a bit counfused about which song he's singing because of the number of Americans who call PSY the Korean LMFAO.

August 17 2012

Well... - Scandinavia and the World

Yes, another "Poles steal cars" joke.

But really, the rest of Europe practically use Polish workers as slaves, so does it surprise anyone if they get sick of it and choose to just run off with our stuff?
Reposted byZueschorenanaschottladencoloredgrayscalehappymealbrightbyteaperturelafraguaaconitinaphilmacflypierniczekanuszkaagghhappykokeshiMrCoffeTheYaibasmallfrydanceavecjohnnycziterFifmynvschskulldiscoalex0monimichPorcelainvrxfancy-clapsepheewilczawonderlustqueenshiaraenaselerowaeldritchFoxInShadowidz-pan-w-cholerehawkeyeslajBBartLordelliottv3bsoKik4skumikognijacamlodapannaalanduakarenutellavolgummibeervolldostgabrieluntermbettShadowblade

August 10 2012


August 03 2012

Driving - Scandinavia and the World

Driving in France with an Englishman was quite interesting. At first I thought I my view of French driving had been colored by my English chauffeur, but later I talked to a French girl who said, "As soon as you learn how to drive in France, you realize that everyone are out to get you"
Me: "But only in Paris, right? They must be more polite out in the countryside"
Her: "No" XD
Reposted byschlachtoros schlachtoros

July 29 2012

via No way out - Scandinavia and the World

In Denmark I'm used to locks like these [link] on the front door, so to me it was slightly creepy that you needed a key to get out in England.

July 02 2012

Porn for Everybody - Scandinavia and the World

Just a quick silly comic. Please feel sorry for Sweden in this. :XD:

Denmark was the first country in the world to legalise porn, and later the first country to allow registered partnership between homosexuals. And it’s legal to have sex with animals in Denmark (and Norway), so we get sex-tourists from our surrounding countries, looking for some animalistic loving.
Yes, it’s not without reason Sweden and Norway see Denmark as... um, “free spirited” at times. :XD:

“Skål” is of course the Scandinavian word for “Cheers”. :)
Reposted bycoloredgrayscalecockandbangwonderlustqueenrandomuserbarefootgirlmaraskowahappymealdonotmindmeidz-pan-w-cholerecarlandlouisesoberarbuziatkolukaszfranciszekfinnyAgnesininarepostedfromasiekxpmonkeyvaultholamasdoreloveutionciupuskitteylogoreaswaczynaHypothermiaSpecies5618gaboroscariognijacamlodapannahappykokeshiTUVimirukandjisyndromeshiaraenaulvarcoffeandunicorns3kasiula3spinatlasagne
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