Fact for a rainy day

I promise I’m done with Nokia for now.

And if the whole Sweden/Denmark situations proves anything, it’s that even old enemies can put their past behind them and become friends (but still make fun of each other A LOT)

Also we are taking pre-orders now for our 2017 Calendar:


New comic about party invites: http://satwcomic.com/it-s-all-greek-to-me


Uninvited Guest

Everybody knows everybody on the Faroe Islands so they don’t lock their doors and anybody can walk into their houses, even when nobody’s home. It’s impolite to do it to people you aren’t friends with, but it happens.

NEXT COMIC: http://satwcomic.com/lost-in-the-outback


What did you say?

Ah, the languages of the Nordics.

Few people realize this, but Norwegians actually speak a language that is far closer to old Danish than Norwegian, while people on Iceland actually speak something close to old Norwegian.
Little FennoSwede is holding on to his uncle Finland because FennoSwedes are Finns who speak Swedish.

Though, you could really just say Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and to some extend Icelandic (But not Finnish) are nothing more than different dialects, seeing as we understand each other if we talk reeeeaaaaly slow and clear.

And it will of course never not be funny how some Americans treat British like a completely different language.
Sure, some words are different and it’s a different accent, but try coming to Europe. We’ll show you what “different language” means. ;)