Monday, April 19, 2010

dear Iceland...

... no body likes you.

7 comments:

Joe of St. Thérèse said...

:p, not in a nice mood today I take it :p

Mark Scott Abeln said...

Kærust köttur,

Vinsamlegast ekki hata ekki Ísland. Við erum lítil eyja í einföldum sjómaður og við gerum hata ekki neinn, flestir sérstaklega þú.

Jafnvel þó að við höfum ekki kaþólskir hér, við ástina Crescat og skoða og ræða um vefsvæði þitt er ríkisborgari áhugamál.

Við höfum mjög fáar konur hér og vil gjarnan að þú heimsækir okkur. Vinsamlega skrifaðu til baka og láta okkur vita hvenær þú vildi eins og til að heimsækja. Við munum senda bestu fiskibáturinn okkar til að sækja þig og koma þér til okkar.

Bestu kveðjur,

Baldur Andrésson
Melasveitarvegur, Ísland

Vincenzo said...

Translation of the above:

Dearest cat,

Please do not hate Iceland. We are a small island in a simple fisherman and we do not hate anyone, most especially you.

Even though we have no Catholics here, we love Crescat and see and talk about your site is a national hobby. We have very few women here and would love you visit us.

Please write back and let us know when you would like to visit. We will send our best fishing boat to pick you up and get us.

Best regards,
Baldur Andrésson
Melasveit Road, Iceland

Lola said...

I noticed the chap who "hates Iceland" was wearing a Hooters hoodie.

And, he looked like he smelt of strong drink.


I Think we should visit Iceland enmasse. Anthony Bourdain did and it looked like fun.

Natural Hottubs.
Herring.

laurazim said...

...and to make it even better, we have the fantastic Scottish Brogue, which is one of THE best accents on the planet.

Rat Crap, Kat. Hiss.spit.growl material, to be sure.

nazareth priest said...

Aw, c'mon.
Nobody knew where Iceland was until this hit the fan!
I agree, laurzim, the Scottish Brogue is "one of the THE best accents on the planet"...wish I had one; alas, I do not; I have the midwestern nasal twang with a touch of the Norse OO, AH from living in N. Wisconsin for thirty years...crap.
But I do believe they have some kind of Carmelite (?) monastery of nuns newly founded there; could be wrong; they used to have Catholics there; not so much now; maybe that's why the volcano went off...
Maybe it's a good sign for all of us to get with it and evangelize and live the Faith or we'll be in the midst of spewing ash sooner than we think:<)!

Suburbanbanshee said...

Iceland produced that most excellent movie Astropia, is one of the world's oldest democracies, and has saga literature that puts soap opera plots to shame.

So I think we can be big enough to forgive Iceland its unfortunate volcano-pimples. Blame Mother Nature instead.