>A July 1998 survey by Dagblaðið Vísir found that 54.4% of Icelanders surveyed claimed to believe in elves
>Building projects in Iceland are sometimes altered to prevent damaging the rocks where they are believed to live. According to these Icelandic folk beliefs, one should never throw stones because of the possibility of hitting the huldu
>The Icelandic Elf School in Reykjavík organizes five-hour-long educational excursions for visitors
>In 2013, proposed road construction from the Álftanes peninsula to the Reykjavík suburb of Garðabær, undertaken by the Icelandic Road and Coastal Commission, was stopped because elf supporters and environmental groups protested, stating that the road
>In 1982, 150 Icelanders went to the NATO base in Keflavík to look for "elves who might be endangered by American Phantom jets and AWACS reconnaissance planes."
>In 2011, elves/huldufólk were believed by some to be responsible for an incident in Bolungarvík where rocks rained down on residential streets
YOU CANT. EVER. IN TEN THOUSAND YEARS. NO MATTER HOW HARD YOU COULD POSSIBLY TRY
EVEN THEN YOU STILL
CANT MAKE THIS SHIT UP FAMRON
> 83% of Amerikeks don't believe in evolution
> 96% of Ameridumbs believe the earth is 300 years old
> 77% of Americans believe weight is generic and determined at birth
what if elves really do exist and they're like 10x as powerful/intelligent as us and only the US gov + Iceland locals know about it?
Because if everyone knew then the elves could easily wipe us out as a form of a pre-emptive strike
>mfw Europeans religiously cucked by two middle eastern religions.
Elves exist you just need to eat mushrooms to see them
>Icelandic 'anti-incest' app aims to stop families getting too close
>One of the country's most popular apps
You're right. These make you trip, the red ones just make things look smaller
Holy fucking shit thry are bigger cousin fuckers than our south
I'm from New England. Since its one of the oldest parts of the country, we actually have some pretty neat folklore. There's the headless horseman and Ikabod Krane, as well as the Salem witches which are based off of true events, and lots of tall tales about pioneers and folk heroes like Johnny Appleseed and Paul Bunyan the giant lumberjack. It's pretty comfy.
>>A July 1998 survey by Dagblaðið Vísir found that 54.4% of Icelanders surveyed claimed to believe in elves
>Six percent of Americans believe in unicorns.
>Thirty-six percent believe in UFOs.
>Zone 51 / Roswell
>Inside job 9/11
Why are you even laughing, clapistan ?
Here in connecticut we have the melon heads
A group of inbred people who have been inbreeding over years and live in the woods. They are extremely hostile to people are there were rumors of them attacking people/throwing rocks
UFO doesn't necessarily mean alien. Most people here acknowledge that they're just experimental government aircraft who's existence hasn't been made public yet. Not an unreasonable assumption. For years people in the southwest claimed to see a strange black angular bat - like plane over the deserts of AZ & NM. It turned out later to the B2 stealth bomber.
Were you touched in a naughty place as a child?
Better than Christianity and islam
>83% unironically believe that the big G in the sky sent down his son Jingus to the middle east to teach people about humility then beamed him up after regenerating his body in a cave for 3 days
54% believing in some huldofolk in a mountain doesn't sound so bad
Well fug me, I stand erected.
Should have said USA folklore, not murikan folklore. America had a lot of folkshit. Had. Until the proto-burger devil came. ::DD:D
"Even with these recent changes the American religious commitments are incredibly stronger than in most other advanced countries in the world," Putnam says. "The average American is slightly more religious than the average Iranian, so we are a very religious country even today."
t. Schlomo Dickclippicus Goldberger
And Americans believe in Freedom.
It has to do with the naming conventions. Last names aren't family names, they just say who your father is, so distant cousins would have no way of knowing if they hadn't been introduced.