I was a big WW2 nerd in collage so I know mosts places that has major scrimmages, so I know most of the western parts of Europe, all of Scandinavia and upper parts of Africa. At least when looking at a map. Don’t ask about Eastern Europe tho- i get lost very easily
I don't think anyone knows about Eastern Europe unless they're from Eastern Europe.
I thought I was the only one who's really ignorant about Eastern European political divisions
I.. I didn't want to do this. I'm sorry. If we're comparing the total size of countries now, then I literally can't hear you over the size of all territories of Russia combined. I'd still like to be friends, please, it doesn't have to end like this
If size matters, Russia wins every geography contest.
I’ll bring beer and mjød. You bring the vodka. Then we push each other down in the ice pit.
We are still friends.
Don't worry America... we're not the only ones who struggle with Geography. 🤣
Found this too
The Netherlands are awesome!
Netherlands are where Friesians come from!
And KPWN (Dutch) warmbloods!
Hmmm you do have a point, that might explain the reason why the Dutch went out of their way to create so many colonies around the world alongside the spanish and the british .
Realized I hit the wrong answer...(Read "Somewhere in South Europe" as "Somewhere in Europe" and went 'hah! This one's easy!')I know where Denmark is, I swear...
Oh.. nice horses.We have "horses" too. Just as dogs.
I am actually going to Copenhagen to go to Sweden in a few weeks, so I have to know xD
I'm from Germany after Mallorca Denmark is probably the no. 1 holiday place for us. so it's a bit cheating to participate;)
Don't forget Dutch beaches!
I have almost the same knowledge about the US states.
You do have actual horses too. Like the gorgeous Jutland horses and Knabstruppers
Wow I had no idea? Thank you for educating me!
You've got some awesome dog and horse breeds from there, too!
Everyone is smug about their geographical knowledge until you start asking them questions about other continents. There's probably Geographers that get sweaty palms thinking about that clump of countries on Africa's west coast.