It’s a finger lickin’ good world.
It’s a finger lickin’ good world.
New legislation removes requirements for a diagnosis of “gender identity disorder” and forced sterilization for those seeking to change their gender on legal documents.
Across Europe voters have rejected the political elite, turning in their droves to radical nationalist parties that want to see the end of the European Union.
“No hipsters were harmed in the making of this film.”
The self-governing town of Christiania has seen its share of ups and downs, but it’s still a place unlike any other in the world.
Dream. Come. True.
What a powerful woman.
If 1991 was the year punk broke, 2013 was the year it was completely demolished.
The 18-year-old’s book of poems is creating biggest religious controversy in Denmark since the publication of a cartoon featuring Prophet Muhammad, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Easily, the coolest endorsement ad ever.
Plus 8 dessert versions of famous art, finding Waldo in real life, and a fridge of beer that only opens for Canadians.
The Scandinavian drama, from creator Adam Price, is a dazzling exploration of the intersection between politics and the media that everyone should be watching. The television masterpiece returns to American screens — on KCET and LinkTV — on Oct. 4 for its third (and likely final) season. Minor spoilers ahead.
They have so much to teach us.
Visit these living history sites if you ever need to escape 2013 for a bit.
They may have the world’s highest taxes, but it’s totally worth it.
This group makes music with nothing but glass bottles. Please ogle their Danish good looks and talent.
A pair of king penguins adopted and cared for an abandoned chick.
This place puts all other dorms to shame. Tietgen Student Hall (Tietgenkollegiet) is a large circular dormitory with a massive interior courtyard in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Hope Nicklas Bendtner is getting PAID by that betting firm.
Denmark’s Thomas Buch-Andersen thought it was kind of sweet that Obama said his country “punches above its weight.” Then he realized that the president was saying the same thing to pretty much everyone.
The guy who created this ad should have directed the prequels.
This is cringe inducing. First the way-too-long stare, followed by the fake ceiling stare, and finishing up with a cleavage-cover by the princess. And it’s all caught on tape.
In the future, we will all be required to wear glow sticks on our clothes, listen to the sound of robots having sex and perform in talent shows somewhere in Denmark.
MMmMmmmmm…brains. It’s whats for dinner. View Image ›
Revolting and gross, maybe, but worthy of a full-on ban? The Danish government recently banned the yeasty spread for being too darn healthy, as it violates laws that govern the sale of products fortified with added vitamins. Marmite is packed with Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, B12 and Folic Acid. View Image ›
A furry Valentine’s Day treat to melt the Arctic shelf of your barren and lifeless heart. This is the first public appearance of the three month old cub of Milak, one of the stars of Denmark’s Aalborg Zoo. View List ›
April Fools jokes are a little more morbid in Denmark. Last week, the iconic statue of Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid that lives in the Copenhagen Harbor got a bit of a makeover … View Image ›
In Denmark, when the cops catch someone riding their bicycle in an unsafe manner, they hug them and give them a helmet. Seems a weird form of punishment to me, but if it teaches those reckless Danish maniacs to ride their bikes more safely, then I’m all about it. Watch Video ›