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#7 - chibides
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(12/27/2012) [-]
I'm norwegian, and what the **** does børk mean?
I'm norwegian, and what the **** does børk mean?
#32 to #7 - thahebrewhammer
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(01/03/2013) [-]
How much stuff do you get for free from the all-loving Norwegian atheist gay pro-choice virgin neckbeard gangnam style government?
#11 to #7 - ienjoyrofling
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(12/28/2012) [-]
Can't tell if kidding. If not, in a stereotypical sense, to an English ear, summing up all of Swedish or a Norwegian language, it all sounds like 'Bork' (can't do the 'o' thing, sorry) to us. (Bee-York). If you had to sum up the English language what would it sound like to you? I'm curious :3
#15 to #11 - Shramin ONLINE
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(12/28/2012) [-]
English language is taught as a secondary language from a very young age in Norway, so it sounds like english.
#27 to #15 - ienjoyrofling
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(12/28/2012) [-]
Hm, actually, going back and reading my comic makes me sound a bit snobby, like 'What would YOU think it sounds like, derrr.' So sorry about that, no, I was just genuinely curious if it sounded odd or if a single word stood out at you as 'a sum up of the language.' And really is it taught that young? I'm sure it's beneficial, I wish our schools would enforce a language at a young age, it's the best time to learn, but instead they enforce, 'DUN WORRY KIDS, ERRYONE WILL SPEAK AMERICAN SOON.' Which is very irksome.
#34 to #27 - thorstoned ONLINE
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(01/30/2014) [-]
In norwegian school kids are thought at the school when you are either 9 or 10 years old, which is when you start in fourth grade.
#35 to #34 - anon
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(05/23/2014) [-]
From the first grade, at least in some schools.
#31 to #27 - Shramin ONLINE
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(12/28/2012) [-]
I felt no ill intent in your original comment, just responded with straight info.
It is taught very early, though how early I cannot truly say as I have a Norwegian and an English parent so I have spoken both all my life.

I agree with you on behalf of all primarily English speaking countries, they should teach a secondary, fundamentally different, language.
#33 to #11 - sheogorathmadgod
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(07/16/2013) [-]
To sum it up: U WOT M8
#14 to #11 - anon
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(12/28/2012) [-]
****
#26 to #7 - SnugglyWuggly
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(12/28/2012) [-]
Bjork.
#4 - HellsSponge ONLINE
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(12/27/2012) [-]
America really needs to invade, you know, for terrorism stuff and reasons.
#8 to #4 - mhden ONLINE
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(12/27/2012) [-]
BØRK BØRK BØRK!
#20 - happybutler
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(12/28/2012) [-]
Comments below me are Norwegians complaining about "børk"
Comments below me are Norwegians complaining about "børk"
#17 - friendlytroll
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(12/28/2012) [-]
I'm Norwegian...


What in ****** name is Børk?
#1 - astraea
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(12/27/2012) [-]
I dont even børk
#2 - kingsombra
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(12/27/2012) [-]
I'm norwegian and what is this?
#6 to #2 - astraea
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(12/27/2012) [-]
"Norway in a nutshell" I would assume
#5 to #2 - loffarn
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(12/27/2012) [-]
De fant olje.

De ble rik.


The end.
#16 - gabbelabbe
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(12/28/2012) [-]
cant decide if OP is talking about BJØRK og BARK...
#29 - kdiddlid
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(12/28/2012) [-]
**kdiddlid rolled a random image posted in comment #43929 at Music ** Nailed it!
#30 to #29 - kdiddlid
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(12/28/2012) [-]
That was actually my face after i saw the content o_o
#22 - vikinglifting
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(12/28/2012) [-]
Do you even Børk?!
#19 - anonymoose
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(12/28/2012) [-]
BørkBørkBørk

[INb4 Norway not Sweden. He's a culturally rich chef, he can do as he likes]
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