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#24 - xaegrek
Reply +36
(11/15/2012) [-]
For those that don't get it:

"Religion is a very private thing in the Nordic countries and not something you're supposed to tell others about, both because most people aren't religious so it would be considered rude, and also because they're such personal feelings for religious people.

So a sure way to ruin the mood is to wear a T-shirt with a religious message, or any other object that somehow show what religion you belong to, most of all because Nordics will probably be too polite to talk about it (like I said, you're not supposed to talk about religion), so it will be a huge elephant in the room and they will just sit and stare awkwardly at you, afraid they might say something that'll hurt your religious feelings. "

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#67 to #24 - DrMengele ONLINE
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(11/15/2012) [-]
Wouldn't another reason be that the Christians (or Catholics, I don't quite remember) basically forced their religion into their culture and ****** up the vikings there who believed in the Norse gods because they were "heathens".
#74 to #67 - anon
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(11/15/2012) [-]
Well, that's 1,000 years ago. We don't really mind. We're just ahead of other countries on the Religious%. Also the best countries to live in. Best economy, etc.
#66 to #24 - jpv
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(11/15/2012) [-]
#41 to #24 - gidmp ONLINE
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(11/15/2012) [-]
So that is why internet is full of religious quarrel... if they can't bring it in outside world, they bring it here...
#37 to #24 - mattcris
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(11/15/2012) [-]
Sounds like I'm in the wrong country then. I find it very annoying that people here in America can't keep their religion to themselves, and feel the need to shove it in everyone's face.
#43 to #37 - hideyowives
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(11/15/2012) [-]
i for one am about to murder someone over tis yearly "war on Christianity" that all the Christians talk about every Christmas