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February 4th, 2015 2:00 pm| by admin

The Danish facebook page 'Date en indsat' ('Date an inmate') has attracted quite a bit of international media as of late.

With over 10,700 members, the page brings romance behind bars and the international media note in particular that the number of women using the page exceeds the number of inmates looking for love.

But there's a new sheriff in town. And his name is 'Date en indsat Guldkorn' ('Date an inmate golden nuggets').

The sole purpose of the site is to ”infiltrate the popular site 'Date en indsat' and share the perfect golden nuggets from the intelligent brains in there,” they write on the page.

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Crap eyebrows and ink
The ingenious facebook page has almost 20,000 likes and basically takes the piss out of the people using the 'Date en indsat' page.

One dude featured was a guy named Tobby, who said that he was well known from ”Denmark to Jutland”, while another fella from Ghana wrote ”I'm mostly a happy and smiling guy, if you don't start with racist comments I can get aggressive.” Punctuation and sentence structure matter.

From dubious tattoos and terrible grammar to pencil eye-browed ladies with weird pictures, the site makes fun of everyone. Last weekend they had an eyebrow/duck face competition.

There were no winners.

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