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Jolly Good Question

Jolly Good Question

Jolly Good Question by TeeJay87
Jolly Good Question by TeeJay87


A gift for my pen friend , starring his OC Danbuster and Spaz from "Jazz Jackrabbit" video game series, both standing in the middle of a generic British town, supposed to be Danbuster's home town.

Inspired by Swedish policy of banning milk - knowing those loonies from Stockholm, they're able passing law against eating carrots. Which means Dan and Spaz won't be able to have carrot cheesecake legally in Sweden. Sad, but such things happen when you give crazy atheists too much political power.

Enjoy your gift Daniel !

Danbuster Leadboot belongs to Daniel Normington
Spaz Jackrabbit belongs to Epic Megagames

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Category Cartoons » Crossovers Media Digital drawing or painting
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Falconlobo on January 12, 2018, 6:40:32 PM

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Falconlobodumb rules 

TeeJay87 on May 7, 2018, 11:35:44 AM

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TeeJay87Not to mention the way the same people, who banned milk in Sweden, see my homeland

alitta2 on January 13, 2018, 7:27:41 AM

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alitta2This reaction from Spaz actually describes how dumb a governmental policy can be :D
But honestly, is it just a hoax, or Swedes really want to ban a foodstaff ?!
It sounds too absurd to believe such thing :D

TeeJay87 on January 13, 2018, 12:03:22 PM

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TeeJay87I doubt the issue with milk considered as "hate symbol" is Sweden would be a hoax, unless this article is false one.

alitta2 on January 22, 2018, 12:58:42 PM

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alitta2Yes, I have read the article, but it's still hard to believe it :D

It's just kinda absurd like these food-bans in the US, notably Kinder-eggs:

TeeJay87 on January 22, 2018, 1:08:07 PM

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TeeJay87I can understand Kinder-eggs posing choke hazard, but in that case, the Americans could've sold them like alcohol - in off-license/liquor stores. Mirabelle plums and haggis seem to be banned due to petty policy against French and British food.

And of course the Californians have the silliest food laws. xD