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Is it true that you are not allowed to name your baby in Denmark without the approval of government authorities? Was Lars Ulrich a remarkable darts player in his youth? Is it true that in Denmark, it's not against the law to escape from prison? Find the answers to these amazing facts and more here!
TRUE Fact #1: You are not allowed to name your baby in Denmark without the approval of government authorities FALSE Fact #2: Lars Ulrich was a remarkable darts player in his youth. TRUE Fact #3: In Denmark, it's not against the law to escape from prison TRUE Fact #4: Captivated by Hans Christian Anderson's "The Little Mermaid" story, the founder of Carlsberg Breweries had its statue built in 1909. FALSE Fact #5: It is rude to accompany Danish pastry with soda. TRUE Fact #6: The name LEGO is a combination of two Danish words, “Leg Godt”, which means “Play Well”. TRUE Fact #7: If you’re not married when you turn 30, you will get a pepper shaker as a gift and men are called a Pepperman while females will be a Peppermaid. FALSE Fact #8: In Denmark, the tooth fairy is described as a flying mermaid. TRUE Fact #9: Danish Café-coffee is the most expensive in the world. TRUE Fact #10: ‘Please’ and ‘Thank You’ are not in the Danish Vocabulary. FALSE Fact #11: In Copenhagen, you have to be 17 to ride a bike. TRUE Fact #12: Danish women have the lowest incidence of obesity in the EU.