VOLCANO IN FINLAND SPARKS THREAT
RESCUE agencies were on high alert last night after a volcanic eruption in Iceland threatened to trigger a larger explosion at a second volcano.
Err, no, Iceland and Finland are not the same place. Round and about 1,500 miles apart actually. Like, you know, London to Morrocco, London to Istanbul type distances.
No, that would be in the other direction, I think.
“the Eyjafallajoekull volcano” is an odd turn of phrase. Eyjafallajoekull is a glacier, not a volcano.
It’s not so much the distance as the geology. Ignorant twerps.
Well, it’s an easy mistake to make:
They both have lots of tall, blonde birds with big numbies running around. Both are dark for half the year. Both are cold for most of the year.
Probably on account of all the darkness and cold, both sets of locals are slightly bonkers and drink lots.
Probably on account of them drinking lots and being bonkers, both countries produce insanely brilliant/brilliantly insane drivers.