It’s time again for another Ireland vs Denmark
1. Traffic in Denmark seems to consists of Idioter (Idiots), narrøve (fool asses) and halv hjerner (half brainer) – and of course death-defying taxi drivers in Copenhagen, who stop for no-one and nothing.
Traffic in Cork (city much like Århus)/ Ireland seems to be relatively free of honking, stressed out road rages.. and yet, a few retards, eigits and f***** find their ways to the irish roads as well.
2. Danish houses (private and public) are warm in the winter season. Irish are not (supermarkets excepted)!
3. Danish 24/7 supermarkets (Døgn Netto) close at 22.00/ 10pm – Irish stays open 24/7 (Tesco 24 hours)
4. In Denmark Handball is perceived as a very physical sport, where you can get hurt! The danes have clearly not watched an Irish rugby match
5. Danish Pastry in Ireland have nothing to do with ‘Wienerbrød’ (danish pastry in Denmark). No comparison what so ever – and that actually goes from countries all over the world. No one makes te-birkes as the danish baker!
6. In Ireland theres rabbits and hares on the fields. In Denmark there’s not.
7. Orange juice in Irish is pronounced Arrrrrrnge juce… which is why, I had to ask Liam several times, what he asked for. (Btw. West Cork accent is in general hard for my danish/ multiworld ears)
8. A rainbow is seldom spotted in rainful Denmark. In rainful Ireland, we sometimes see two at the same time.
And a few personals:
9. My life in Ireland doesn’t have a tv – my life in Denmark had. I don’t really miss it!!
10. All my friends are in Denmark, which is why Ireland sometimes feels a little extra cold and lonely!