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2008-02-26 08:12:19 AM  
Damn right. Skol Vikings!

photographevents.com
 
2008-02-26 08:36:53 AM  
Man, I remember when the Viking cheerleaders were just the SLP HS cheerleaders.

/Off my lawn...now.
 
2008-02-26 09:51:37 AM  
pics or it didn't happen
 
2008-02-26 09:51:44 AM  
I love me some sluts.
 
2008-02-26 09:51:55 AM  
Nothing says classy calendar release photo like Office Depot.
 
2008-02-26 09:52:19 AM  
TTIWWP
 
2008-02-26 09:52:34 AM  
Lesbian vicking porn?

/rule 43.
 
2008-02-26 09:52:39 AM  
pics or it didn't happen
 
2008-02-26 09:53:19 AM  
I went to college with one of the Vikings cheerleaders. She was teh hawt but unfortunately would never wear her uniform to class.
 
2008-02-26 09:53:31 AM  

images.livescience.com




I'll be in my bunk.
 
2008-02-26 09:53:59 AM  
GIS for "Slutty Vikings":

thefeed.blogs.com

Not exactly what I was looking for...
 
2008-02-26 09:54:26 AM  
Hagrid: pics or it didn't happen

THIS

/thought it would be an entire article of pics...
//severely disappointed
 
2008-02-26 09:54:39 AM  
Being from northern Minnesota and a Vikings fan, I approve!
 
2008-02-26 09:56:11 AM  
That's unpossible. Remember, it's only been in recent decades that society forced women to dress like this. Couldn't have happened before then.

:)
 
2008-02-26 09:56:34 AM  
i106.photobucket.com

My Contribution.
 
2008-02-26 09:57:15 AM  
Sadly, a GIS of 'viking sluts' doesn't turn up anything interesting (on the first page anyway).
 
2008-02-26 09:57:15 AM  
milk_plus: I'll be in my bunk.

You, sir, win teh internets!
/+1
 
2008-02-26 09:57:46 AM  
Ah, christianity...
Sucking the fun out of everything. Imagine what this world would be like without those uptight kiddiefiddlers.
I'd rather be in Walhalla than heaven any day of the week.
 
2008-02-26 09:57:51 AM  
Clearly this thread calls for pictures of Princess Madeleine of Sweden.

img.photobucket.com

Yum!
 
2008-02-26 09:58:09 AM  
I was going to say this thread is useless without pics; however, with the exception of the first one, the crop has persuaded me otherwise.
 
2008-02-26 09:58:26 AM  
This thread is useless without pick-axes...
 
2008-02-26 09:59:27 AM  
Happy Leif Ericson day!
 
2008-02-26 10:00:14 AM  
Hahaha, I was at that shopping center last night! They are outside of the Fieldhouse Sports Bar in good old Crystal.

/point of fact: the Target in which Diablo Cody wrote Juno is pretty much kitty corner from there.
 
2008-02-26 10:00:33 AM  
Is this a SuperDeluxe trick?
 
2008-02-26 10:02:52 AM  
Its all about flautin what odin gave ya!
 
2008-02-26 10:03:57 AM  
I'd hit it like the Hammer of Thor, or whatnot.
 
2008-02-26 10:04:25 AM  
Was I the only one that read the article?

It was actually pretty interesting how the trade routs inflenced the fashions of the time.
 
2008-02-26 10:04:27 AM  
Stryyder: One of my favorite viking girls

Link (new window)


WHO?!
 
2008-02-26 10:05:24 AM  
Someone should post this on Stormfront.org for a sweet round of Aryan-baiting.
 
2008-02-26 10:07:03 AM  
Here's another:

img.photobucket.com
 
2008-02-26 10:07:04 AM  
littlett's: Was I the only one that read the article?

It was actually pretty interesting how the trade routs inflenced the fashions of the time.


WTF? We've got articles here now? Since when?
 
2008-02-26 10:07:32 AM  
Wow, we had it all wrong. The Vikings sex boat scandal was really just a matter of honoring their culture and traditions. Free Fred Smoot!
 
2008-02-26 10:07:33 AM  
littlett's: Was I the only one that read the article?

It was actually pretty interesting how the trade routs inflenced the fashions of the time.


Of course, people have always found the clothing of distant lands to be exotic and fashionable. When it becomes available to them, they flock to it. Vikings had trade routes far and wide. They also tended to settle down and integrate into the areas that they had previously conquered.
 
2008-02-26 10:07:37 AM  
I'm Norwegian, so I'm really getting a kick...
 
2008-02-26 10:07:45 AM  
JohDHJ: Stryyder: One of my favorite viking girls

Link (new window)

WHO?!


This.
 
2008-02-26 10:08:16 AM  
i267.photobucket.com

Wholeheartedly approves.
 
2008-02-26 10:08:41 AM  
Vikings.

European discoverers of North America.

Reavers of Europe.

Hot babes in slinky clothing.

Is there nothing they couldn't do? (I mean, aside from losing Greenland to the mini-Ice Age...)
 
2008-02-26 10:09:22 AM  
littlett's: Was I the only one that read the article?

It was actually pretty interesting how the trade routs inflenced the fashions of the time.



hahahahahahahahahahahahaha....thanks I needed that!
Read the links???.....freaking hilarious.......
 
2008-02-26 10:09:31 AM  
damn the naggers for there being no pics
 
2008-02-26 10:09:42 AM  
MasterOfToads: Is there nothing they couldn't do?

Bathe. It got pretty stinky on those longships.
 
2008-02-26 10:09:59 AM  
littlett's: Was I the only one that read the article?

It was actually pretty interesting how the trade routs inflenced the fashions of the time.


FTA : Now we can say the pre-Christian dress code was very rich," textiles researcher Annika Larsson of Uppsala University in Sweden told LiveScience. "When Christianity came, the dress was more like that of nuns. There was a big difference."

You call that interesting? I call that a bloody shame! Mind you, there are some sexy nuns out there... Still, blonde, tall Swedish girls (fta: "cloaked in imported colored-silk gowns adorned with metallic breast coverings and long trains")
 
2008-02-26 10:10:31 AM  
the wealthiest and most powerful people got fancy burials and it doesn't mean joe and jane sixpack wore clothes like that. its like when you see in a really old/ancient cemetary the ages the people lived to is pretty high. the rich and powerful people who could afford tombstones and are buried there had the best medical care,food,shelter etc.. so they lived much longer then joe sixpack.
 
2008-02-26 10:11:30 AM  
Buttle not Tuttle: Princess Madeleine of Sweden

Oooo, yes! I just love beautiful heads of state or with her, some head from the state!
 
2008-02-26 10:11:33 AM  
img228.imageshack.us

/modern ancestor
 
2008-02-26 10:12:35 AM  
littlett's: It was actually pretty interesting how the trade routs inflenced the fashions of the time.

That, and the spread of Christianity. I suspect that grave goods like the blue silk dress described in TFA were reserved for the wealthy, possibly only for rare ceremonial or festive occasions. (As well as for the afterlife, of course - gotta look good when you're lugging mead in Valhalla, y'know...)

They're probably not too far off in terms of how the common people dressed, at least for everyday.

Norsemen - they lived in the North. If I'm going to be wearing 2 big metal brooches over my ta-tas, say in January, I'd rather be wearing the woolen shift than the thin silk number. Less chance of frostbite.

/brrrrr
 
2008-02-26 10:12:56 AM  
dragosani: FTA : Now we can say the pre-Christian dress code was very rich," textiles researcher Annika Larsson of Uppsala University in Sweden told LiveScience. "When Christianity came, the dress was more like that of nuns. There was a big difference."

You call that interesting? I call that a bloody shame! Mind you, there are some sexy nuns out there... Still, blonde, tall Swedish girls (fta: "cloaked in imported colored-silk gowns adorned with metallic breast coverings and long trains")



It is interesting what influenced the fashions of the time, not always the fashions themselves.
 
2008-02-26 10:13:33 AM  
And you thought Vikings couldn't get any more awesome.
 
2008-02-26 10:13:35 AM  
littlett's: Was I the only one that read the article?

You actually read the article before commenting? That's cute.
 
2008-02-26 10:14:02 AM  
techmom: littlett's: It was actually pretty interesting how the trade routs inflenced the fashions of the time.

That, and the spread of Christianity. I suspect that grave goods like the blue silk dress described in TFA were reserved for the wealthy, possibly only for rare ceremonial or festive occasions. (As well as for the afterlife, of course - gotta look good when you're lugging mead in Valhalla, y'know...)

They're probably not too far off in terms of how the common people dressed, at least for everyday.

Norsemen - they lived in the North. If I'm going to be wearing 2 big metal brooches over my ta-tas, say in January, I'd rather be wearing the woolen shift than the thin silk number. Less chance of frostbite.

/brrrrr


Don't want anything freezing and falling off!!!
 
2008-02-26 10:14:19 AM  
Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell feel vindicated now.

/wow am i a geek
 
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