Does this mean different as in not the same entities or different as in not alike in terms of characteristics? Or can it perhaps mean both?
It can have both meanings.
In Dutch we use 'verschillende' for 'forskjellige', sounds a bit the same :)
Hva med: Different husbands have different wives? :)
It is the same, 'menn' means both.
Funny one. I believe it's a pun/ anagram on the english saying "different men have different views" :-)