Viking Children, Versus Those Who Are Not.

Most children are taught the three R’s:

Viking children are taught the 3 P’s.

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Most children need to be told to put a helmet on before riding their bike.

Viking Children need to be told to wear a helmet, before going out to raid the playground.

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Most children like to play “Duck, Duck, Goosee!”

Viking children like to play “Saxon, Saxon, DANE!”

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Most chidlren are scolded, if they play too aggressively.

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Viking Children are scolded when they DON’T play aggressively ENOUGH.

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Most children hate to get wool sweaters for Christmas

Viking children LOVE to get chain-mail sweaters for Mid-Winter’s Feast.

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Most chidren sleep with some kind of Teddy Bear

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Viking Children sleep with REAL bears!

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13 Comments on “Viking Children, Versus Those Who Are Not.”

  1. Posky Says:

    Vikings sure do love violence and danger.

    Loved the comic.

  2. Brett Legree Says:

    Sounds a bit like my kids…

    (when they come running to me to complain that brother or sister is “hitting them”, I tell them to sort it out themselves… after all, when they are adults, they’ll have to do the same, right?)

  3. Friar Says:

    @Posky
    Of course….that’s because they’re VIKINGS! 🙂

    @Brett
    Sounds like your little Brettlings will be invading and pillaging in no time!


  4. […] August 24th, 2010 § Leave a Comment Deep Friar once again, this time with a head-to-head on Viking children vs. those who are not. Very funny. See the rest at his blog. […]

  5. Kat Says:

    Love the comic. Particularly the teddy bear & real bear seeing as I was one of those children who kept a teddy bear for years (actually… I still have him, smushed face and all). Of course, I’d be likely to keep a real bear as a pet if I didn’t think it would eat me. =p

  6. Friar Says:

    @Kat

    I still have a bear, too (who often gets posted on this blog!)

    Drives Eyeteaguy nuts, it does. 🙂

  7. Friar Says:

    @Texticulos

    Thanks for faithfully linking to my Viking posts! It’s flattering that I’m also popular in Portugese!

  8. xup Says:

    Do Viking chilldren go shopping with their parents or to fancy Sunday brunch with their Elders?

  9. Friar Says:

    @XUP

    Vikings don’t shop. They pillage.

    If they DO happen to take their kids with them, they’ll be put to work as shield-bearers.

    In terms of brunch…it really doesn’t matter what age, elder or child. It’s all equally bad. All Vikings have atrocious table manners.

  10. Viking Thunder Says:

    Viking Lexicological Translator:

    Brunch: Buh-run-chk

    Normal Definition: before lunch, yet after breakfast. Includes and egg dish and a muffin. Seen as High Class

    Viking Definition: The sound a bone makes when stepped on by anyone wearing a size 12 boot, or the sound of a barstool being crushed when sat on by Olfstad the Rotund.

  11. Textículos Says:

    Hi!
    They are very funny and I don’t miss a chance of promoting then around here! Keep up!
    Have fun!

  12. Kat Says:

    @Friar

    Some of your pictures of going places with your teddy bear were the first things I saw on your blog. Next were the viking comics. After that it was just like, ‘I’m hooked, how could I not be?’

  13. Eyeteaguy Says:

    I think my kids could be vikings.
    Do they make chain-mail in pink? And shields with Barbie on them?

    Eyedadguy


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