The history of Norway (the funny version)

 
The history of Norway (the funny version)
He made a 3 min. video about Norway, which has been watched by millions.

This video, which is from 2007, has been seen over 2.5 million times on YouTube. You may have seen it yourself? If not, you're in for a treat.

The Norwegians have their own culture, are born with skies on their feet, eat mostly potatoes and use most of their time to drill for oil. They are also extreme nationalists - one day a year. Then they dress up in old traditional clothes, called "Bunad" and kick hats, as the video shows.

Just recently they also gave up plundering, raping and killing the British, and instead they began to study. However, a month before graduation, the Viking reappear and Mjød (beer) and partying will replace school books and learning. At the time of final exams, the Vikings have been dead drunk for a month. Some how most still think it's a grand idea.

But it doesn't matter, because regardless of the exams, people who some how manage to graduate will work as oil-drillers, and the rest will work as potato farmers.

You know, the worst thing is, even if this video is meant as a joke, a lot of it is actually accurate. For example that Norwegians are born with skies on their feet, eat mostly potatoes, and drill for oil - most of the time.

This is Norway, folks:



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