Posts Tagged ‘humor’

Best of: Finnish Police

19. November 2015

Since a couple of weeks I have subscribed to the finish police forces various social media accounts. Police forces as well as individual policepersons seems to be quite active, especially on instragram, but also on Facebook and twitter.

Their messages all seem to be taken with some irony and humor. Here are the best (so far).

Obviously the strategy is to present police as people who enjoy sports and are physically fit (maybe these deters criminals) and as people who have fun at their work:

Also the humor and making fun about Halloween and stuff seems to be important:

The police school even participates with one this popular finish fish memes? Witch they explain in the commentary section: nice blog @sbamueller! #kuhajutut-meemi is based on Finnish language so it’s pretty hard to explain 🙂 „Kuha“ is both a fish and a spoken-language version of „kunhan“ (as long as). „Voi“ is both #butter“ and the verb „can“. Here we tackled all the memes in one picture: sporting with other officers (#taukojumppa), wearing the reflective vest (#taikaviitta) and the fish/butter -thing. The text translates „One can exercise as long as one is visible“… Weird Finnish humour… 🙂

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Links

28. Februar 2012

Wenn das Bild fehlt...oder ein "Indonesischer Kommentar zur Wulff Affäre

Präsidentenwechsel

Wie man eine Affäre macht – Aus dem Tagesspiegel

Wulf und Ernst Jünger im Stahlgewitter – Wie man sich halt selbst im Schloß so sieht – aus der FAZ

Wulf wird nun auch durch Ökonomieproffs verulkt – Handlesblatt Blogs

Videos

Don’t ask silly questions! Any yes a very good example of beautiful Malay-Chinese-English – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuRhT2TqEUE&sns=fb

Thank you for calling emergency services and thanks to the European Comission for this video – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GclTz0vzu3E&feature=youtu.be

English Reading

On the diffrence of German and British humor – from the guardian

Why Skateboarders are important for our cities – Opninion piece from „the Independent“ : “ … What skateboarding, and all the myriad urban practices of the city tell us, is that we need to need to celebrate three things: different peoples, different spaces and different ways of knowing the city. We need to celebrate the people of different backgrounds, races, ages, classes, sexuality, gender and general interests, …“

How (not) to communicate new scientific information: a memoir of the famous brindley lecture – Yes sience can be fun, but not necissarily for the entire family