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Faroe Islanders might be the second-happiest people in the world

Finland is the happiest country in the world for the second year in a row, according to the latest World Happiness Report.

Finland’s followed by Denmark, Norway, Iceland and The Netherlands.

The Faroe Islands are not included in the report, as the country is not considered a….ehrr…country by the United Nations.

Thus, one can only wonder how happy Faroe Islanders are as compared to, say, Norwegians and Icelanders.

However, since the Faroes are part of the Danish Kingdom, surely the country cannot lag too far behind the rest of the gang.

World’s happiest countries
1. Finland
2. Denmark
3. Norway
4. Iceland
5. Netherlands
6. Switzerland
7. Sweden
8. New Zealand
9. Canada
10. Australia

World’s least happy countries
1. South Sudan
2. Central African Republic
3. Afghanistan
4. Tanzania
5. Rwanda
6. Yemen
7. Malawi
8. Syria
9. Botswana
10. Haiti

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