The official Magnus Sheffield is not from Sheffield Thread

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'Scandinavian' is a word used by people that find it too much work or are too stupid to differentiate between places. Wout van Aert, european cyclist. Joao Almeida, southern european cyclist. Stefan Küng, alpine area cyclist.

The title should of course be the 'Sheffield, where venom comes from' line from Ad-Rock's shoutouts on Hello Nasty.
 
'Scandinavian' is a word used by people that find it too much work or are too stupid to differentiate between places. Wout van Aert, european cyclist. Joao Almeida, southern european cyclist. Stefan Küng, alpine area cyclist.
As far as your "stupid" comment, please do find a way to make your point without being a complete jackass. Magnus is a name common to many countries, so naming a single place would in fact be a stupid thing to do.
 
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'Scandinavian' is a word used by people that find it too much work or are too stupid to differentiate between places.
Languages and names cluster in a way that makes the term Scandinavian very useful. All three are quite different to the other Nordic languages, while they are quite similar in comparison. To not see that takes a too stupid person.
 
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