Social media and industry blogs are filled with reports of Literally surviving on dry shampoo and caffeine mom life shirt, the airline not providing wheelchairs to customers who reserved them, and, of course, downgrade experiences just like mine. I think it sounds really cool. I was watching the Norwegian movie ‘The Last King’ late the other night. My girlfriend woke up and asked if I had the subtitles on because their accents were so thick, and I told her that I had the subtitles on because they were speaking Norwegian. But I realized that to a half-asleep person Norwegian does kind of sound like heavily accented English. I listened more closely after that and it sounded like maybe a quarter of the words were cognates. It makes sense, as Norwegian and English are both Germanic languages.
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I find it interesting that, to me at least, Norwegian sounds more like English than Dutch or Literally surviving on dry shampoo and caffeine mom life shirt, which are apparently more closely related to it. The best television series ever on Norwegian television has to be Dag. It’s about a cynical marriage counselor who doesn’t believe in marriage, and it’s a perfect example of bleak Nordic black humor and minimalist elegance. A runner-up would be Kampen for tilværelsen, set in the highly cultured Ullevål Hageby neighborhood of Oslo. Just like Dag, it’s bleak, cringe-worthy, painfully funny and very solid production. Might be a little better than Dag for understanding Norwegian culture, as the humor is slightly less bizarre and more relevant—but it’s still bizarre.