- Also, having a [wp:Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir|gay prime minister] and cross-dressing comedian as mayor of the capital city is pretty damn cool, if you'll pardon the expression. Totnesmartin (talk) 11:14, 14 August 2010 (UTC)
 Regarding patronymics
The explanation of patronymics is very simplified in this section.
- People can have a patronymic last name after the mother as well and it's even possible to have them both at the same time. Also, it's also possible to have it after a grandfather or mother. One can also have it changed to a new custodian, like a stepfather or mother, especially if the other parent has died.
- It's not a general rule to add a tacked-on "s" at the end after the father's name. It's actually the said person's name in the genetive case with a "son"(male) or "dóttir"(female) postfix depending on the gender of the name bearer.
- While it's illegal to take up a new surname, surnames in general are not illegal. If somebody with certain family ties to one had a certain surname, you're entitled to have one too if you choose. If you migrate to Iceland and have a surname, you can keep it.
 Lack of seriousness
I've been reading a few articles, like this one for instance and given I'm here I would like to offer an example of the lack of seriousness and the lack of controls when editing articles. For instance, on this article when they talk about the Icelanders' beliefs on elves and stuff like that, then it closes speculating about the kind of creature Björk is.
I've seen on other articles similar statements about other groups, situations, etc. I mean, this is a joke site? I support the rational thinking, but the arguments can be supported if we are serious about it, not playing the fool. — Unsigned, by: Ateneo / talk / contribs