The Norwegian is a person of few words

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Ogrim
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The Norwegian is a person of few words

Postby Ogrim » Mon Jan 22, 2018 3:59 pm

I just can't resist posting this one:

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Ich grolle nicht

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Re: The Norwegian is a person of few words

Postby Chung » Mon Jan 22, 2018 9:17 pm

Being laconic is an essential part of being Nordic, and the Finns are no slouches.

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N.B. Matti puhelimessa "Matti speaking" (literally: "[This is] Matti in the phone"), Hei "hi; bye"
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