Frank - that isn’t a bad stereotype. It gets you respect
Silence - Ikea? Beer. Likes to pick on Finns. Feels superior to Norway, hates Denmark. All blonde and beautiful. Spaced-out. No sense of humor.
LankyFellow - I’m not sure about that. It’s illegal to eat dogs here, but I certainly know people who have eaten them (I usually don’t like those people, it just so happens). Dogs are mostly loved and spoiled as pets. It’s a bit nebulous in mainland China though. I’ve known a girl who had a dog as a pet and ate dogs. You don’t just go to restaurants and order dog meat. There are special restaurants for dog-eating and other delicacies, even in the mainland. One guy said he had to go to a backwoods street restaurant especially for dogs, and then an actual dog (probably having sensed he ate his species) chased him down the street until he got into the van. One mainland restaurant had a huge sign that said dog meat is served here, like it’s a big deal. It’s not as frequent as people think, especially now that people are falling in love with canines and treating them more and more as humans.
Col Mort - yeah right, I bet you’d weep if your dear Rocky got roasted ;D