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Desc:'A penguin who was previously made a Colonel of the Norwegian Army has been knighted.' No, really.
Category:Pets & Animals, Military
Tags:cute, animals, Army, penguins
Submitted:Whitaker
Date:08/15/08
Views:965
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Comment count is 7
Shion - 2008-08-15
Oooo buttons...

AAAHHHH sword!

Ooooo buttons....
heyitslozeau - 2008-08-15
what kind of military branch

1) needs a mascot
2) would choose said mascot to be a penguin
UnderANeonHalo - 2008-08-16
Are you kidding? The Japanese probably give out medals with 12 year old cyborg girls throwing up the ol' "V for victory" while winking! I bet every unit has their own mascot that's trained to pilot a tiny mech with loud speakers blaring some sort of psychotic techno music created by ferrets on speed.

Compared to Japan this is pretty damn normal.

Syd Midnight - 2008-08-17
You'd think other countries would laugh, but that is seriously awesome.

CornOnTheCabre - 2008-08-15
still not as offensive as knighting Paul McCartney
Syd Midnight - 2008-08-17
:55 "Where you from, son?" "Psst Colonel, keep moving!" +1 star because the medallion he gets looks like a little skull.

They should allow him to lead a mission against some leopard seals or something, so all the other penguins can see.
Caminante Nocturno - 2008-08-17
Who would have thought he could come so far in life?

His parents never doubted he could.
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