The next time you are in Denmark and see a traffic sign that says, "Fartkontrol", don't be so quick to hold your nose and snicker. It actually is warning you that the speed limit is highly enforced.
Danish children celebrate their birthdays by receiving a "cakeman." The festive dessert is a cake baked and decorated to resemble the birthday child. After blowing out the candles, the birthday boy or girl gets to sit in wide-eyed wonder as he or she is symbolically decapitated and disembowled and guests feast upon the sugary... Continue Reading →
The law in Denmark requires all drivers to look under the car prior to starting the engine to make sure there isn't anyone there. source
Choosing a baby's name is exciting. If you live in Denmark, it is also complicated. Danish law requires that parents choose a child's name from an approved government list. Any exceptions must be approved by appropriate authorities. The list of pre-approved names of 7,000 mostly West European and English names -- 3,000 for boys, 4,000 for... Continue Reading →
In Denmark the law prohibits a person from being charged for a meal unless, in the sole opinion of the person who has eaten, he or she is "full." As long as you are in Denmark, you might find it helpful to know that it is not against the law there to escape from prison.... Continue Reading →
In Denmark, if, by the time you turn 25, you’re unmarried, you can expect your friends to ambush you with a cinnamon shower all day. That’s bad enough, but if you’re still single at 30, they cover you in pepper. source