Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Happy, happy, joy, joy

European Union citizens are overwhelmingly happy with life -- and that's official.

A pan-European opinion poll conducted for the European Commission and published on Monday showed that 87 percent of EU citizens considered themselves happy, with a record 97 percent in Denmark.

Only in Bulgaria, which joined the bloc in January, did a majority of people (55 percent) say they were unhappy.

Of course Bulgarians are unhappy. They're in Bulgaria.

So, what's up with the Danish? Are they drunk all the time? Is that it?

1 comment:

punkinsmom said...

I work with a woman from Bulgaria. I have never in my life met someone who was happier to be in America.

And Danes are happy because they live so close to Norway.