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He was always nice to me, helping me with my films and stuff, but he was just a friend. The next day I went to a club with some friends and there he was.One day I decided to man up and ask him out but before I said nothing, he told me he met a girl at a club and… We started dancing and he was all flirty, then I told him that I knew he liked me, but he was always with frivolous girls and that he was an idiot.Terje was backpacking South America and I was working in a hostel with plans of moving to Australia.I actually met him on my last day at work, right before finishing my shift.While it’s true that many other countries also take coffee breaks, they aren’t appreciated in the same manner as they are here, nor are they mandated by law.Fika is a cultural requisite often including baked sweets, fruit or open-faced sandwiches enjoyed alongside coffee.Thats why I decided to start this channel, to talk about things like bunads, wasa bread… It would be wonderful to teach people all the silly things I learned about these past months. I was smoking a cigarette outside my house and I came up with the idea, I really don’t remember how, but I guess it was somehow dedicated to people that have this “goal” of getting a foreign spouse and probably look online for things like “how to get a rich husband” “how to catch a gringo” hahaha. The day I uploaded the video I was thinking that cyber bullies were going to eat me alive for my retarded humor. But you know, I think most men in the world, regardless of their culture will like a friendly girl.
In a confident tone, she chews over a thorny ambition of many women: how to get one of those handsome Norwegian husbands?This summer Terje and I went to the beach and that was pretty bizarre.The bus stops in the city were PACKED with people, umbrellas, floating devices, picnic baskets, polka dots, and all sorts of summery things.Of course there is the positive, its so much fun for us to learn about each others’ countries, languages and food. Terje is definitely the coolest guy I have ever met and life would stink without him.One thing that did change was the fact that everyone told me Norwegians were cold and unfriendly with strangers; I am the kind of person that talks to people in supermarkets/buses and I completely disagree with that.
People here for work, studies, looking for a better life or people that simply moved here because they fell in love and then they were suddenly told “from now on this is your home”.