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Written Norwegian and Danish are so similar that on the back of products that has a description in several languages, Norwegian and Danish are usually mixed together, and the few words that a written differently are separated with a “/”. So “I love you” would look like this on the back of a product:

SE (Swedish): Jag älskar dig.
FI (Finnish): Minä rakastan sinua.
DK/NO: Jeg elsker dig/deg.

I’ve never thought about it before, but it was pointed out to me a few weeks ago that DK/NO looks like someone was writing a paring, like Harry/Draco. I haven’t been able to unsee it since. :XD:


13th July 2010

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14 days ago #9483081        
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So adorable! :-)



1 month ago #9477602        
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Yessss she used Drarry as an example of a pairing.



2 months ago #9469136        
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so cute so cute so cuteee



2 months ago #9467874        
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Oh I hope you can imagine my pain... Everything is written German... Not Swiss... It's German! I need my respect! xD



3 months ago #9464878        
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I didn't understand at first, but then I read the description. Hahaha.... hahhahaha



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6 months ago #9429637        
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"-and the few words that a written differently are separated with a “/”."

More often than not, several Danish words take the place without the Norwegian counterpart, which annoys me slightly.

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7 months ago #9420203        
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On Norwegian things:
NO
SV/DK
FI
I have seen that so many times XD



8 months ago #9413779        
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Netherlands and France always both have to share with Belgium...



9 months ago #9404348        
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And when they write "DK/NO/SE", Swedish is sometimes not even included. ¬_¬



10 months ago #9385720        
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Irritating and cute in equal measures.



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