Iraqi ‘refugees’ who left Finland because they didn’t like the weather kiss the ground as they return to their home country

Iraqi refugees who left Finland voluntarily due to chilly weather conditions have been pictured kissing the ground in joyous scenes upon their return to Baghdad.

Thousands of the migrants who left Finland arrived back in the Iraqi capital today and were pictured greeting loved ones and celebrating their return home.

They had originally fled to Finland only to become disappointed with life in the frosty Scandinavian country.

  • The Butterfly

    Must have been an nice rapecation.

    • Too cold they said.

      • BillyHW

        I’ve heard those Finnish women can be frigid.

        • Xavier

          Why do women fake orgasm?
          They think we care.

        • Kathy Prendergast

          “There are no frigid women; only inept men.” – Sigmund Freud.

          • BillyHW

            Except Hillary Clinton.

  • andycanuck

    I’m now hoping that the mild winter we’ve had so far in Southern Ontario turns on us and really screws us well into May. (The past two summers have sucked so that’s already covered.)

    • Canadian

      Yeah! I never thought that one day I`d pray for a months long cold snap!

      • Kathy Prendergast

        Even the rain in Vancouver seems to be making them miserable. Get used to it, suckas!

  • BradThomas

    That’s great, guys. Now just stay there and everyone will be happy.

  • Ed

    Celebrations all ’round!

  • Brenda

    Glad to see them happy for once.

  • Minicapt

    Next shipment!!


  • They can invite their brethren back if they like.

  • mattconan

    Good news is such a rarity these days.

  • Xavier

    They seem to prefer being on all fours, don’t they?
    Lower than apes and monkeys.

  • Kathy Prendergast

    “Kiss the ground”? It looks to me like they’re kissing the floor…terribly unsanitary, not to mention ironic as the materials for that floor were probably manufactured in China.

    • Kathy Prendergast

      Or, maybe they just lost a contact lens?

  • Kathy Prendergast

    I didn’t realize that for a “refugee” these days going back is an option. To me, it kind of contradicts the whole definition of refugee, but maybe that’s my age and the fact that I grew up knowing refugees to whom going back where they came from, if they wanted to which they never did, would be suicidal. If we can change the definition of “racism” in one generation, hey, why not other words?

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    The paskalainens are back where they belong.