DutchReview’s Facelift and Our Halfway Point to a Four-Figure Fanbase

Greetings, dear readers!

If we were a woman, we would now slowly walk up to you and make a provocative pose while suggestively asking you: “Notice anything different, honey…?”, even though it’s obvious that we’re still drowsy from the anesthesia of all the plastic surgery we just had. That’s right: we got ourselves a digital face-lift! DutchReview 3.0 has officially kicked off today, bringing you the same quality of content in a higher quality format. Our new lay-out should make it easier for you to navigate through our articles while decreasing the loading time of all of our pages.

In addition, today the sum of our FaceBook likes hit 500, marking the half-way point to a four-digit fan-base. Joost Tendeloo, congratulations on being that awesome 500th brick in our wall! DutchReview salutes you, and of course all our other readers, followers, and likers (is that even a word? It is now!). Over the last few months, we have acquired an ever growing team of enthusiastic youngsters with a passion for beaming awesome Dutchness over the Internet. In the future, we will continue to do our best to bring you the most intriguing, informative, and funny articles.


Stay tuned for more updates and articles on all things Dutch,

The DutchReview Squad.

DR Squad
Because if you can’t celebrate it with haring, it isn’t worth celebrating at all.

Frank Kool
Frank Kool
Born and raised in Holland, spent his time procrastinating and studying Psychology and Philosophy. Frank harbors a special interest in weird social phenomena (which are ALL social phenomenon if you think about them long enough).


  1. You have RSS feeds for each article but not one for the site itself?

    That is as baffling as it is inconvenient. (If I’m wrong, please to point it out.)


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