R A R E VINTAGE unused disguises from Robbie’s early days of villainy
People call him the Master of Disguise for a reason, you know. But some of these probably wouldn’t fly in LazyTown.
Political Commentator McBeardface
Drag Queen Daniel Radcliffe
Baby on Board
Extremely Alcoholic Doctor
Flashing Abs Man
Squinty Catholic Priest
Angry Leek Chef
Walt Disney circa 1934
Confused But Intrigued Waiter (with bonus Nenni)
Conspiracy Country Bumpkin
F-Bomb Security Detail
Accordion Not-Swearing Sailor
Nosferatu Cellphone Gremlin
Turtleneck Poker Mobster
Important™ Political Adviser
Tropical Vacation Tourist
DudeBro Ad Executive
Captain Iceland, Anti-Smoking Crusader
(All of these are from a comedy sketch show called Áramótaskaupið that Stefán Karl was in. It’s all in Icelandic, so I have no idea what the hell anyone is saying but you can glean some of it from just the context and it’s amazing.)
This is a subject that I frequently post about, and yet its basics have yet to be properly discussed. This post will help you to achieve familiarity with the Icelandic language, both in terms of written characters and their respective sounds. This guide may also be used as a method for pronouncing Old Norse. It is a lengthy guide, but that is because Icelandic, in all its beauty, is a bit difficult for most people to pronounce. In the end, this quite is only “basic” because it does not delve deeply into the linguistics behind certain sounds involved. Nonetheless, this guide should provide to be very helpful!
When working through this guide, try to avoid becoming overwhelmed. I strongly recommend working through only one section at a time.
America- The revolutionary war
France- The French Revolution
Russia- The Russian Revolution and that time when Peter the Great made a law making all men not have beards.
China- The opium wars
Canada- That time he burned down dc in the war of 1812
England- All of the British Invasion of the music scene.
Germany- The mid to late 1800s. He was probably a teen then and wanted more control over stuff. And more dogs.
N. Italy- When he stopped being Austria’s servant and became his own country.
S. Italy- He’d prob say his whole life but in all honesty probably when he broke away from Spain.
Prussia- From the time he hasnt been a country to now. He seems like the dude you see at walmart at 3am buying ramen
Hungary- When she left Austria’s house.
Japan- When he fought China
Sweden- Leaving Denmark and continuing to fight him for about 800 years
Finland- Finnish-Russo wars
Lithuania- Leaving the USSR first.
Netherlands- Leaving Spain then taking over trade.
Portugal- Making the spice trade route after being cut off.
Iceland- Not saying big brother
Kind of the Nordics live in something called the Wilds there not really part of any of the kingdoms. Most of the land is unexplored and has harsh un real terrain full of dense forests and chilled swamps (that’s not a typo there are legit swamps that are freezing) There are stories told to young children of what lurks in the Wilds and people getting lost in it’s twist and turns or just go missing lingering on it’s boarders,
The boys are bodyguards to Manon who’s a Diamond Ace (she’s born after Peter dies) she escapes during the exchanged between Clubs. The people the Nordics belong too are a very superstitious people who have no magical talent so Manon’s power is view god like (not sure what that power is it is yet)
Here’s the little clip from 1994’s Icelandic comedy television show (Áramótaskaup) featuring the one and only Stefán Karl back when he was 19. I will post the full YouTube link below if you’d like to appreciate Icelandic comedy I personally think it’s brilliant ♥