- May 26, 2005
- Tend do walk the 40 meters from my bed to lecture.
We sound like we sing.What, just because we can get serious and you lot cant thanks to your constant high-pitched cheerleader-lingo
Excuse me dear Sir, but that's the biggest load of rubble I've heard. You guys speak like you've got a potato in your troats, with a bit of weird splashed on top. Sure, we up north understands it, but those guys in Oslo can't. Even Tr?nders are texted on TV3.On the west-coast the story is quite different, we sound more manly
You're from Oslo, you should just keep quiet.
Where in Oslo do you live, by the way?
I don't know what your knowledge of Norwegian geography and politics are, but the country is divided into five regions, Northern Norway, Tr?ndelag (middleish), Vestlandet (West coast), ?stlandet (The part to the east, against Sweden), and S?rlandet (the part at the lower southern end). So, I hear you say, "yes, but that's just politics, that has nothing to do with actual geographical features", and you are wrong. The western and the eastern part is seperated by mountains, the middle part is a mix of the eastern part and the Northern part, and the southern part, is a sort of thing that's survived from the time we were governed by the danes. So that's just politicly, though.Suuuure... norway has a west and east part
Yes, Norway has an Eastern and a Western part. And other parts.
Further, the difference of Norwegian dialects within the different ereas, and towns, are bigger than in most countries, you could speak standardized Norwegian fluently as a foreigner, and you wouldn't have a hope in hell of understanding a guy from Trondheim or Stavanger.
There's even parts where nobody but the population themselves understand what's said.
Hey, you guys invented leather pants and umpa music, you like Wenche Myhre, you had a contribution to Eurosong called "Ein Bischen Frieden", and you have the tenasity to criticise us for being cold and expensive?It?s cold and expensive up there.