without the hillariuosness of Damn you autocorrect! Oh my gobblegobble (to quote a recent entry), I just absolutely love that website! It makes me laugh out loud every day. (And sometimes causes giggling at work, I try to keep it down, but my colleagues are probably wondering what’s going on).
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the radi-aid video was really funny! It’s actually made by some norwegian organisations, to show what it would be like if western countries was portrayed the way we portray Africa. Which is a good point. But also very funny!
about authors who make money writing books that have almost the same title and plot as famous books, so people end up buying the wrong book by mistake. I must admit, I almost want to buy “The dragon with the girl tattoo” about Lizbreath Salamander. Not to mention “Fifty Shades Of Sparkling Vampires With Dragon Tattoos That Play Starvation Games”. Hehehe. We’ve had a lot of fun at work today going through the incredibly creative book titles.
have now started a butter aid campaign for poor low carb Norwegians. A shipment of Danish butter was just handed out in front of one of the biggest TV stations here, it was sent in by listeners to a Danish radio comedy show apparently. What are neighbours for, if not to provide eachother with comedy material and help eachouter in times of tragic butter-disasters?
is hereby going to be my default excuse for everything. ;) http://bit.ly/tlUHg9 (Usually it’s true too! ;))
and when we got out into the street, it sounded like a classical concert was happening right outside. It turned out to be a car driving by, with the windows closed, but it was still extremely loud. It suddenly struck me that that is what people must be thinking every time Cora, I and the Poodle express drive by. I always listen to classical music and opera very loud in the car, sometimes singing along to some of the arias. Cora sometimes used to sing along too, but she stopped doing that after she was spayed for some reason, I think she used to feel a bit more sensitive before. ;)
Hehe, I’m sure it’s all very entertaining to people passing by!
What’s the meaning of stonehenge
It’s from a comedy talkshow (norwegian, but this song is in English). With a really funny comedian, who also has a really good voice. A few weeks ago, he actually showed up outside Oslo spectrum before a Josh Groban concert and convinced everyone he was Josh Groban. He sang “You raise me up” to the fans, who all took pictures with him, checked into a hotel as Josh Groban and walked right past security guards at the concert hall. Quite impressive and really funny!
Damn You Auto Correct It never fails to make me laugh out loud. I especially love how phones come up with clever versions of expressions, such as Oh my Gouda, Oh my Godzilla and Jesus Taliban. I think I can safely say I would never have thought of those versions myself. ;)
at some of the words in this blog about words that have no english equivalent. Norwegian is in there! Of course one needs a word for anything one might consider putting on a sandwich! I use that word every day, how anyone can do without it, I don’t know. It’s sandwhich-efficiency ;)
But my favorite are the georgians. Every language should have a word that means “I accidentally ate the whole thing.” Hehe. Brilliant!
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