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Published on Dec 30, 2011
~*~ Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from VändettA! 8'D This video is kinda rushed, so sorry for that as well.
For you who are interested;
- When Denmark jokes about Finland having too much sausage, he means a typical swedish sausauge called "prinskorv", litteraly translated to "prince-sausage." Eaten much around Christmas and Easter. (Also, it's very small)
- "Julklapp" means Christmas present. "Klapp" also means pat. That joke is really difficult to translate, but we found it derpy with Christmas pat.