Disneyland Sues Denmark for Happiness Copyright Infringement
A recent study by the University of Leicester in the UK rated Denmark the happiest place on earth. While this maybe true in terms of Danes' outlook on life, the term "happiest place on earth" is the easily recognizable tagline in advertisements for Disneyland--a fact reflected even in United States postage stamps.
Disney is suing to stop Denmark from using the term "happiest place on earth" in any advertisements. Danish officials have yet issued no comment, though a source told CNN, "I'm sure tourists will be happier in Denmark -- we won't charge you $50 to come into a silly amusement park and take photos of people dressed like giant mice and ducks. "
A Disney spokesmouse in a phone interview told CNN: "Disneyland will protect its hotly contested title of 'happiest place.' If we have to, we will air-drop all our attorneys and law clerks into Denmark. That should put an end to their happiness rating once and for all."