While touring Europe, Justin Bieber stopped at the Anne Frank house in Amsterdam, and when he signed the visitor’s book, he mentioned that he thinks Anne Frank would have been a big Bieber fan, that is, if she weren’t blind and deaf.
After 50 years and nearly half a million dicks, 70 year old twin prostitutes from Amsterdam are retiring
Twin sisters Louise and Martine Fokkens have been working as prostitutes in Amsterdam’s red light district for fifty years. Now 70 years old, the pair have decided it’s time to hang up their garters after receiving a combined estimated 355,000 dicks into their pasty orifices.
Few European Christmas traditions elicit as many diverse and divergent opinions as Black Pete of the Netherlands. Santa’s former slave may have been whitewashed in recent years, but many still view him as a racist caricature from the country’s colonial past.
In mid 2013, highways in the Netherlands will be getting a sort of a smart makeover. By using high tech paint, the highways markers will be much more visible in the dark, and in case of ice or snow, the roads will alert drivers to these conditions, which is especially helpful for ice that may be hard to see otherwise.
In Breda, Netherlands, over 14,000 redheads from around the world gathered to celebrate redheadedness. So if you recently felt a strong disturbance in the force, it was because of the voodoo of having 14,000 gingers in one place at one time.
After having a dream that Holland flooded due to global warming, Dutch millionaire Johann Huibers started work on a full scale Noah’s ark, complete to biblical specifications. And now that he’s done, the craft is seaworthy, but it certainly doesn’t look big enough to fit 2 of every land animal.
Losing a pet can be very sad, but it happens. And when life (some idiot not paying attention to where he’s driving) hits your cat and kills it, the best thing you can do at that point is turn your dead cat into a helicopter. At least that’s what artist Bart Jansen did with his cat, Orville.