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Yay technically-legal physical assault! How fun!
the øresund hasn't frozen for several hundred years though :3
Dude who wrote that law must've really hated Swedish people
@Scott_pilgrim From what I remember reading on TVTropes (that's where I tend to learn of weird stuff like this), this was due to an ancient war between Sweden and Denmark, where Swedes did indeed use the very rare occurrence of the frozen sea to launch a surprise attack. Hence this law was passed. Largely irrelevant now - global warming - but it makes for a comedic discovery now.
Tv tropes has info on laws? Time to spend hours on it again
I hate how if you have an adblocker, tvtropes tells you how many pages you've seen with an Adblocker this month, like I don't wanna know how much time I've wasted on this damn wiki
Jesus Christ, apparently I've viewed 400 pages this month, what am I doing with my life
From what I remember, creating an account there would disable those popups.
I don't exactly have a usable account there anymore, though, due to being pissed off at Sword/Shield a year ago and adding a bunch of "unfortunately"s and "for the worst"s and stuff - and I think there was something else I wrote that rubbed people the wrong way politically, but eh.
Lost my ability to edit pages due to the Pokémon thing, then months later when I tried to get editing privileges back by apologising for that, they claimed there was something political I had written that they didn't agree with - that I couldn't see since it was on a Discussion page or something and I was blocked from seeing it, so meh. Account's dead. Oh well.
No offense, but you deserved it, wiki vandalism isn't cool
Oh god, I sound like a wiki editor
I suppose, yeah. Ah well; live and learn.
Gets annoying when I do see actual typos and stuff on the smaller pages, but eh. I was indeed in the wrong.