Weird things norwegian do

Weird things Norwegians do - A Frog in the Fjor

  1. Disclaimer: Weird does not mean negative, some of these strange things are very positive and should be exported to the rest of the world :-) 1. You are telling a great story to your Norwegian friend/colleague. He or she will start making strange sounds: aspirations with the mouth as if they have the beginning o
  2. Three years ago I wrote a blog post entitled Weird Things Norwegians Do, where I described 15 strange things I had noticed here. Now that I have been here a little longer, a few things have been added to the list. As before, weird does not necessarily mean negative. Some of these awkwardness should b
  3. I hope that's a consolation for all the Norwegians reading me See here for information on the Wonderful things (most) Norwegians do. P.S: As a note, it seems this applies mostly to Oslo and its Østlandet surroundings, and that in smaller cities or villages, in the North of Norway and other places people react completely differently to the situations described above
  4. This is pretty much the most Norwegian thing you can do in Norway in the summer (or anytime there isn't snow on the ground. And sometimes when there is snow on the ground.) In fact last summer was freakishly warm and sunny and should have been the best summer ever for all Norwegians, but all that sunshine without rain meant that we weren't allowed to grill, which essentially made last.
  5. Things that Norwegians do to get cozy: eat sweets and/or chips, go to a cabin in the middle of the mountains with no electricity or running water, spend time with people they love, light approximately 8,000 candles around their home, and eat tacos
  6. g and beautifully-maintained towns are also well worth the visit in their own right
  7. I am a norwegian and just happened to find your site. I read many things people say about us norwegians and i can explain some of them, and come with more facts. I dont know why we ignore people on the bus and everywere else

Norwegian Idioms and Sayings Translated into English 1. Å være pling i bollen. Translation: To be a ping in the bowl. Meaning: To be empty-headed/stupid (from the ping-like noise an empty bowl makes when you tap it) Discover weird and funny Norwegian idioms and sayings - you may learn a life lesson or two from Norway! 19 Must-Visit Attractions and Things To Do in Austin. Guides & Tips The Danish Phrases You Should Know Before Visiting Copenhagen. Books 12 Czech Sayings That Make No Sense in English

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