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Published November 15, 2012
Iceland is looking to change its misleading name. Seriously. Pick up a Reykjavik Herald-Tribune once in a while. Here are the finalists:  • Bjorklahoma • Eikheijijikejhejiekilejkievijkiejikyievijkeivyikeiyvijeivekyejv-Kejiek • Vanilla Iceland • Norway's Canada • Kejiek-Eikheijijikejhejiekilejkievijkiejikyievijkeivyikeiyvijeivekyejv • Bjorkistan • Not Greenland • Little Greenland • More Greenland • Possibly Greenland • Okay, It's Greenland • [Name pronounceable only by Skåal, the mighty protector of Iceland] • Bjonerland, pronounced “Bonerland,” because in Icelandic "bjoner," pronounced "boner" means "beautiful and free" • United Bjork Emirates • Something involving Sveinn Bjornsson, obviously • "Iceland" • Iceland! • Jeremy • New Bjorkington • The United State of Cold Aryan California • Belgium • The Place That Had the Volcano With the Funny Name, Right? • Colonial Bjorktown • Diacritical Marks Land • Bjorkwalk Empire • Gunnerstahl • The Ancestral Homeland of Phil Donohue, Probably • Iceland • Frozen Water Land • Remember When Bjork Wore That Swan Dress? • North Puerto Rico • Sigurroseburg • Nithorrablot, which means “all the world knows about Iceland is Bjork, and maybe Sigur Ros”    
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