This email just came in from Kepiblanc, our frequent reader, commenter, translator, and all-around Viking:
In our little fiefdom over here we have a weird tradition: children have piggybanks, sometimes with their names on them. Usually one can buy them in toy stores with the most common Danish names already painted on them, such as Mikkel (Michael), Lucas, Peter, etc…
And now this : (see attached photo — courtesy of the blog Polemiken).
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Oh-oh. Does this mean more riots in Denmark?
I’m going wee-wee-wee all the way home…
Update: Kimpolina from Polemiken writes in the comments:
It was MY daughter who noticed and photographed the funny pig for little Mohammed.
She took the picture with her mobile phone, and mailed it to me.
I laughed the whole evening. 🙂
…A lot of my friends know me and my blog — www.polemiken.net — quite well, and were difficult to explain to, that I did NOT manipulate the photo in photoshop.
It IS for real.
She invites readers to Polemiken to look at all the images that are photoshopped. I’ve been there, and can vouch for their inventiveness and hilarity, two characteristics at which the Danes excel.