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Date Signed Up:3/27/2011
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#27 - I want this.  [+] (3 replies) 10/13/2016 on Iz Gud Fashion Ja? +8
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#32 - Einsty (10/13/2016) [-]
I would want one but instead of ornaments just a long line of pictures describing my deeds. So, maybe a short line. Well, maybe just a picture of me buying the armor.
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#39 - doctorhealsgood (10/13/2016) [-]
you better engrave your armor with something each time you do something significant
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#43 - Einsty (10/13/2016) [-]
Does scratching it in battle count?
#63 - Some of the way, but now it's pretty different. Personally I t…  [+] (1 reply) 10/11/2016 on Racist hairspray 0
#64 - basedswede (10/11/2016) [-]
I still say our culture is pretty much identical. Sure, we got some spineless politicians in power favouring overly idealistic views that currently has resulted in some fairly catastrophic developments these last 40 some years. But before then, we were basically the same kind of culture.

Also, why does people keep thumbing me down for comments such as these? We are similar, but that's not a bad thing. There's still a long stretch of land in the southern part of sweden that still has a very danish affected culture.

Sweden, Norway and Denmark has even before being ruled by a single king, been exchanging words, culture and items for over a thousand years. To assume that we were somehow vastly different would be naive. Architecture, food, and culture Southern Sweden is rather homogenous with Danish culture -- there are a few differences but they are negligible. Economically speaking, Sweden and Denmark are on par. As for Norway, their oil reserves are not infinite and they've chatted with Sweden as people have been taking a few liberties that if unchanged, will affect Norway extremely negatively. So we are having a lot of collaborations with norway lately.

As for generalizations per country. Denmark is seen, both by themselves and the others, as the most laid back country. Sweden see Danes as lazy and without self-control ever, and in Norway they’re seen as people who pursuit a comfortable life. Sweden is seen as the most advanced country in terms of technology. But now, as of a couple years back, also seen as ruled by feminazis, in the hopes of retaining the title of "most tolerant country". Which is why FJ likes attacking it so much.

I've been thinking about differences between us, all I can think of is this.
1. Denmark has no mountains and relatively small forests. Sweden has mountains and huge forests.
2. Swedes are generally politer and more politically correct than Danes. Now, as of late, the political correctness has gone insane, in the hopes of defending refugees and catering towards people with low paying jobs.
3. Danes drink more alcohol and it's available everywhere. Swedes have to buy their alcoholic beverages at special stores and at higher prices.
4. Cars are a lot cheaper in Sweden than in Denmark (due to special taxes) and food and dentists are too.
5. Some letters differ for the Swedish, Danish and Norwegian alphabet.

I can't really think of any differences besides this.
#32 - To begin with, I agree. But the way our cultures have evolved …  [+] (3 replies) 10/11/2016 on Racist hairspray 0
#56 - basedswede (10/11/2016) [-]
Not that different though. Denmark, Sweden and Norway actually evolved together for a long time, since they shared one ruler at one point.
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#63 - hidemoto (10/11/2016) [-]
Some of the way, but now it's pretty different. Personally I think Norway's got the most desirable society, but hey, everybody likes wealth.
#64 - basedswede (10/11/2016) [-]
I still say our culture is pretty much identical. Sure, we got some spineless politicians in power favouring overly idealistic views that currently has resulted in some fairly catastrophic developments these last 40 some years. But before then, we were basically the same kind of culture.

Also, why does people keep thumbing me down for comments such as these? We are similar, but that's not a bad thing. There's still a long stretch of land in the southern part of sweden that still has a very danish affected culture.

Sweden, Norway and Denmark has even before being ruled by a single king, been exchanging words, culture and items for over a thousand years. To assume that we were somehow vastly different would be naive. Architecture, food, and culture Southern Sweden is rather homogenous with Danish culture -- there are a few differences but they are negligible. Economically speaking, Sweden and Denmark are on par. As for Norway, their oil reserves are not infinite and they've chatted with Sweden as people have been taking a few liberties that if unchanged, will affect Norway extremely negatively. So we are having a lot of collaborations with norway lately.

As for generalizations per country. Denmark is seen, both by themselves and the others, as the most laid back country. Sweden see Danes as lazy and without self-control ever, and in Norway they’re seen as people who pursuit a comfortable life. Sweden is seen as the most advanced country in terms of technology. But now, as of a couple years back, also seen as ruled by feminazis, in the hopes of retaining the title of "most tolerant country". Which is why FJ likes attacking it so much.

I've been thinking about differences between us, all I can think of is this.
1. Denmark has no mountains and relatively small forests. Sweden has mountains and huge forests.
2. Swedes are generally politer and more politically correct than Danes. Now, as of late, the political correctness has gone insane, in the hopes of defending refugees and catering towards people with low paying jobs.
3. Danes drink more alcohol and it's available everywhere. Swedes have to buy their alcoholic beverages at special stores and at higher prices.
4. Cars are a lot cheaper in Sweden than in Denmark (due to special taxes) and food and dentists are too.
5. Some letters differ for the Swedish, Danish and Norwegian alphabet.

I can't really think of any differences besides this.
#19 - God, we're becoming Sweden by the minute.  [+] (5 replies) 10/11/2016 on Racist hairspray +2
#26 - basedswede (10/11/2016) [-]
There never were that much difference between us to begin with.
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#32 - hidemoto (10/11/2016) [-]
To begin with, I agree. But the way our cultures have evolved is quite different
#56 - basedswede (10/11/2016) [-]
Not that different though. Denmark, Sweden and Norway actually evolved together for a long time, since they shared one ruler at one point.
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#63 - hidemoto (10/11/2016) [-]
Some of the way, but now it's pretty different. Personally I think Norway's got the most desirable society, but hey, everybody likes wealth.
#64 - basedswede (10/11/2016) [-]
I still say our culture is pretty much identical. Sure, we got some spineless politicians in power favouring overly idealistic views that currently has resulted in some fairly catastrophic developments these last 40 some years. But before then, we were basically the same kind of culture.

Also, why does people keep thumbing me down for comments such as these? We are similar, but that's not a bad thing. There's still a long stretch of land in the southern part of sweden that still has a very danish affected culture.

Sweden, Norway and Denmark has even before being ruled by a single king, been exchanging words, culture and items for over a thousand years. To assume that we were somehow vastly different would be naive. Architecture, food, and culture Southern Sweden is rather homogenous with Danish culture -- there are a few differences but they are negligible. Economically speaking, Sweden and Denmark are on par. As for Norway, their oil reserves are not infinite and they've chatted with Sweden as people have been taking a few liberties that if unchanged, will affect Norway extremely negatively. So we are having a lot of collaborations with norway lately.

As for generalizations per country. Denmark is seen, both by themselves and the others, as the most laid back country. Sweden see Danes as lazy and without self-control ever, and in Norway they’re seen as people who pursuit a comfortable life. Sweden is seen as the most advanced country in terms of technology. But now, as of a couple years back, also seen as ruled by feminazis, in the hopes of retaining the title of "most tolerant country". Which is why FJ likes attacking it so much.

I've been thinking about differences between us, all I can think of is this.
1. Denmark has no mountains and relatively small forests. Sweden has mountains and huge forests.
2. Swedes are generally politer and more politically correct than Danes. Now, as of late, the political correctness has gone insane, in the hopes of defending refugees and catering towards people with low paying jobs.
3. Danes drink more alcohol and it's available everywhere. Swedes have to buy their alcoholic beverages at special stores and at higher prices.
4. Cars are a lot cheaper in Sweden than in Denmark (due to special taxes) and food and dentists are too.
5. Some letters differ for the Swedish, Danish and Norwegian alphabet.

I can't really think of any differences besides this.
#5 - Yeah, and I can leave. 10/11/2016 on Well +17