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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Geographical Charades

Countries that look like things: Italy looks like a boot, Iceland looks like a duck, Ireland looks like teddy bear zombie, Australia looks like underwear hanging, Mexico looks like a relaxing shrimp, Vietnam looks like someone screaming being sucked into a vortex, Sweden and Finland look like a penis and balls


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  1. Austria: guitar. And I have seen Sweden compared to other things (especially as it appears on euro coins).

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    1. To me Austria kinda looks like a head without body and only one foot.

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    2. This guy made one (link in German).
      But he made it the wrong way around...

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  2. How come Australia gets to be a pair of undies...

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  3. The Philippines look like a donkey's head and neck

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  4. Australia actually looks like Scooby-Doo.

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    1. True, but I don't want to get a call from any Hanna-Barbara lawyers...

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  5. Have you not seen any the wonderful country of Slovenia?!? Shaped like a chicken..

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    1. Ha! It does look like a chicken. I'll save that one for part 2 of this comic...

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  6. Turkey: Various rectangular shaped objects.

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  7. Wales is a pig's head, possibly being swallowed whole by a crocodile shaped England.

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  8. Dude, you left out the North of Ireland, which would have completed the teddy bear!

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    1. True - but it's a different country. I guess so are Sweden and Finland...

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  9. Most of my Chinese friends explain their country as shaped like a rooster. I think this is taught in their schools, because several different sources have used the image to help me place their hometown location.

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  10. Croatia looks like a flying dragon seen from the side

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  11. Great Britain looks like a rabbit.

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