The Happiest Place On Earth: A World Map Of Every Country's Tourism Slogan

November 29, 2016

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This is the world map of countries' tourism slogans, compiled by the folks at FamilyBreakFinder. Most of them are pretty awful, presumably because a lot of countries don't hire their best and brightest thinkers to come up with tourism slogans. Also: Denmark is using 'The Happiest Place On Earth'? Sure the country has been named the happiest place to live in three out of four of the United Nation's World Happiness Report since 2012, but if I were Disney I would sue. As a matter of fact, I might just sue on Disney's behalf. Denmark: I'm suing you. "What do you want?" To be named king and $200-million. "Not a chance." I'll settle for a blue tin of those delicious little butter cookies you make.

Thanks to DavidDavid, who agrees every single country in the world's tourism slogan should be 'See It Before It's All Gone.'

  • The Sweez

    Iran: "You are invited."
    Me: "Uh, NOPE. The only plans I am making don't involve GETTING SHOT."

  • Dani

    Syria: "Always beautiful" :|

  • GeneralDisorder

    "Yes, It's Jordan"... Dafuq!! The nation that houses the ancient stone city of Petra!! And they go with that? How about "motherfucking Petra bitches... ain't nobody else got that!"

    Uzbekistan though... I sort of want to go there. My sister went there for something work related when she was... I don't know what she did for work. Every picture has the most amazing blue skies. I asked her "were the skies really that blue and vibrant looking?" She told me "I don't know. I spent the first half of the trip vomiting a few times a day".

  • Ah, we'll just countersue for you trying to break our happiness with that Trump thing.

  • Djibeauty.
    Hilarious.

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